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Hi,

Now that AVC is a public beta and we can program a key for PTT, maybe FSUIPC will be able to program a joystick button as PTT (like roger wilco) ?

*** AVC enters open beta

At the same time, our new voice client, AVC, has entered an open

beta test in preparation for its final release. This client is

intended primarily for use by pilots and our testing to date has

been a spectacular success. You can obtain a copy of this beta,

which will expire on 1 January 2004 from

http://www.xsquawkbox.net/setup.exe

and the manual from http://www.xsquawkbox.net/avc.pdf.

I'm curious...

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Now that AVC is a public beta and we can program a key for PTT, maybe FSUIPC will be able to program a joystick button as PTT (like roger wilco) ?

If it accepts normal keystrokes and will detect them even when it doesn't have focus, you can do of course do that with both FSUIPC and WideClient already. If neither, then you can't. Roger Wilco couldn't, it isn't the same -- I use direct commands via the message system for PTT in Roger Wilco. That's mch more efficient and really what is needed.

Regards,

Pete

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