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This seems to be a known problem with the released version of the SimConnect library, which wasn't present in the beta build. It affects all SimConnect clients, including FSUIPC7. It has been reported

I have uploaded a new build of FSUIPC7. This is now compiled against the 0.5.1.0 SDK (was previously 0.4.1.0) and against the static library, so the SimConnect.dll is no longer required with this vers

Not related to this thread, but all FSUIPC7-beta users should update to the latest build. For details, please see   I recommend all beta users to follow that thread, as that is where I will be p

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3 hours ago, Enrico Schiratti said:

Just wondering, does it make sense to mess around with the SimConnect XML?

I don't see how that could help.

Asobo posted on this issue today:

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SimConnect causing the Simulator to freeze on the release version We are aware of this issue, and working on a fix right now. We hope to have news very soon. Sol / Asobo

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"SimConnect causing the Simulator to freeze on the release version We are aware of this issue, and working on a fix right now. We hope to have news very soon. Sol / Asobo"

Gotta wonder what debug switch/flag they left set in the final compile.

 

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38 minutes ago, roa said:

Just wondering, where does ASOBO communicate?

I am also confused. I had to call my son to explain discord to me. Then there is all sorts of other forums 

Proudly I will say, as I have deserved my long life... things used to be much simpler back on Compuserve! 

Either way, it seems that things are moving towards the https://forums.flightsimulator.com/ ... 

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27 minutes ago, Enrico Schiratti said:

I am also confused. I had to call my son to explain discord to me. Then there is all sorts of other forums 

Proudly I will say, as I have deserved my long life... things used to be much simpler back on Compuserve! 

Either way, it seems that things are moving towards the https://forums.flightsimulator.com/ ... 

Well *that* will have the kids scratching their heads! LOL (just as we are with Discord bahahahahahaha!)

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3 hours ago, John Dowson said:

SimConnect causing the Simulator to freeze on the release version We are aware of this issue, and working on a fix right now. We hope to have news very soon. Sol / Asobo

Ahh the infamous "very soon". Hehehehe, some things never change 😉 

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4 hours ago, 737-SimGuy said:

Ahh the infamous "very soon". Hehehehe, some things never change 😉 

I keep hearing about simconnect being libbed into FSUIPC7 but you can’t run this exe without it.  So the version Of FSUIPC7 which I have must  be older.  I am running version 7.0.0.0 modified on 8/17

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1 hour ago, Gregory MacBeth said:

It looks like you downloaded from the correct location, or try the other link that was provided there. I would download again, as Pete Dawson updated the file to no longer need the simconnect.dll. Save the .key file, the delete the FSUIPC folder and unzip the newly downloaded version. Copy the backed up .key file ack into the folder, overwriting the existing one.Then you no longer need to add the simconnnect.dll file. But FSUIPC still uses simconnect to communicate with the sim, so the FPS drop is still and issue, till MS/Asobo fixes simconnect.

I hope that helps

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7 hours ago, Gregory MacBeth said:

I keep hearing about simconnect being libbed into FSUIPC7 but you can’t run this exe without it.  So the version Of FSUIPC7 which I have must  be older.  I am running version 7.0.0.0 modified on 8/17

For the latest version you need to download again. There's no built-in automatic updating.

Either of the original links will provide the latest file. Both sites are maintained.

Pete

 

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1 hour ago, Dan1el said:

please excuse the question, but are the problems with the FPS break-ins solved with the current version of FSUIPC?

No, as its an issue with SimConnect, not FSUIPC. We're awaiting a patch to the sim/SDK from Asobo/MSFS to resolve this issue. They are releasing information tomorrow about upcoming patches - hopefully this will be addressed and we'll know more then.

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Hi John and Pete,

    first of all, let me thank you guys for all your hard work.

It is appreciated as i've been using your software for a long time now. yes the paid version.

and i plan on using it for a long time to come.

my only issue is below...

 

im a little confused by all this talk about simconnect causing the fps drops.

My simconnect isn't causing any drops at all, i can connect acars to my sim using simconnect and do VA flights no issue.

as soon as i try to connect it using fsuipc7 (latest Version) my frames drop from 60-100 down to 10-20

 

and if fsuipc doesnt need to use simconnect now, why am i still getting fps drops?

from where i sit, simconnect isn't an issue.

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3 hours ago, GrumpyOldMan said:

and if fsuipc doesnt need to use simconnect now, why am i still getting fps drops?

Of course FSUIPC uses SimConnect. It just doesn't need the SimConnect.dll any more as it is now compiled against the static SimConnect.lib file.

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https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/known-issues-last-modified-8-26-2020/128064

From where I sit 😉, it is at the very top of the list... the known issues tracker has not been updated.

 
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To view top issues affecting the community and their current status, visit our Known Issues Tracker 1.4k.

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21 hours ago, John Dowson said:

No, as its an issue with SimConnect, not FSUIPC. We're awaiting a patch to the sim/SDK from Asobo/MSFS to resolve this issue. They are releasing information tomorrow about upcoming patches - hopefully this will be addressed and we'll know more then.

Thanks for the information. Let's hope that the problem will be solved as soon as possible. I had bought the AddOn "A Pilot's Life" and wanted to use it in connection with FSUIPC, but due to the FPS breakdowns this is not possible.

Thanks in any case for your work.

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3 hours ago, Dan1el said:

Thanks for the information. Let's hope that the problem will be solved as soon as possible. I had bought the AddOn "A Pilot's Life" and wanted to use it in connection with FSUIPC, but due to the FPS breakdowns this is not possible.

Thanks in any case for your work.

Yup me too with A pilot's life

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