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    Input AST swith ID in FSUIPC address

    Hello.
    I'm new around here and i am starting to put together my A320 home cockpit and i have a question.
    I am working with Airsimtech software package and in their SDK in says the following: "discover inputs on fsuipc offset 4602 with 1 byte and 4850 with 2 bytes of lenght". I'm also using InterfaceIT from FDS. Well i found this but the problem is i don't know where to input the SWID on that address, and how it's done.
    Well this sounds easy but i don't have a clue where to start. If somebody could help me i would very much thank you.

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    Joćo Vitoria

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    Re: Input AST swith ID in FSUIPC address

    Hi Joao,
    Read page 9 of the InterfaceIT manual. It shows you how to download all the AST XML's for A320.
    No need to re-write FSUIPC offsets.

    http://www.flightdecksolutions.com/p...SYS-MAN-V5.pdf

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    Re: Input AST swith ID in FSUIPC address

    Hello Nat
    Yes That alredy try, but is just 18 files.
    The problem is that we are doing everything right, interfaceit, ast server, FSUIPC, WideFS, we have everything.
    We make the connections in interfaceit when we do the test button never works.
    What could be wrong here?
    Have exhausted all solutions, any ideas?

    hug
    Joao