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    Pc network for my rpoject!!

    Hi to all!!

    I got some parts ready to put together but i don't know if i'm correct or not.

    My first pc1 is the server for sioc, Fsx, leveld, lekseecon, also i got on it
    fscopilot and fwiin, wideview software as server on it also, and some other
    programs to create routes; this pc is for 3 mip monitors also. my second pc have
    FSx, leveld and wide view as a client, this pc is for outside view. I don't know
    where i'm need to install the ASE "weather" or any other software for traffic, in the main pc or the 2pc.

    My question is also i'm doing the right decition or i need to change
    something, please!! thanks for any help!

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    Re: Pc network for my rpoject!!

    Hi Gsxr02,

    If you want to sync your weather using Wideview, then you will have to put ASE on the Server. If you have issues with the weather not synchronising correctly with Wideview, then Luciano has a new Wideview.dll that you can download to fix it. I and some others have reported that when FSX exits, there is a creash, but only on exit. You will find a thread on the Wideview forum regarding the weather. If I find the exact thread, I will put a link here.

    Here is the link to the posts and the last post from Luciano on that page has the link to the revised Wideview.dll

    http://www.wideview.it/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1039

    Kind Regards

    Bernie.
    E8400 @ 3.0GHz, DDR2 Ram 800MHz 4Gb, Vista Home Premium 64Bit, MSI 9800GT @ 512Mb, Philips 22" LCD Widescreen, Cockpit Setup X 5 using Wideview and Widetraffic.

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    Re: Pc network for my rpoject!!

    Hi thanks for your respond!!

    I just register my self on the website, how long take to get access to it!

    Thanks!

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    Re: Pc network for my rpoject!!

    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr02 View Post
    Hi thanks for your respond!!

    I just register my self on the website, how long take to get access to it!

    Thanks!
    Hi Gsxr02,

    Unfortunatley I can't remember as it was so long ago, that I did. I don't think it took all that long.

    Kind Regards

    Bernie.
    E8400 @ 3.0GHz, DDR2 Ram 800MHz 4Gb, Vista Home Premium 64Bit, MSI 9800GT @ 512Mb, Philips 22" LCD Widescreen, Cockpit Setup X 5 using Wideview and Widetraffic.