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  1. #1
    Peter Dowson
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    New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Hi folks,

    Here are my latest interim test versions of FSUIPC (3.422) and WideClient
    (6.412).

    The main work in FSUIPC has been in areas concerned with timestamps and
    corrections to a number of odd little things which have affected internal DLLs
    and GAUges.

    In the more recent releases of WideFS, most of my attention has been on
    improving the efficiency of WideServer, as well as making to operate with both
    TCP/IP and IPX/SPX at the same time. In the last couple of weeks I have
    concentrated instead on making WideClient run more smoothly. I think I've
    achieved this, now, by dividing up the tasks it does between different threads
    in a different way, and re-ordering its priorities. Certainly it seems a lot
    smoother here on all four of my Client PCs, and even works well on the PC
    which is running 3 copies of the Project Magenta PFD/ND/EICAS program.

    Please use them when you can, but don't delete your existing versions just
    yet. I'd like to hear of any problems.

    Regards,

    Pete Dowson

  2. #2
    Martin Gerner
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Hi Pete,

    don't know what you did, but the outcome of the new wideclient.exe seems
    (did only a quick 30 mins test with 5 clients) indeed noticeably smoother.

    Thanks +

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    "Peter Dowson" wrote in message
    news:271000.53815@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi folks,
    >
    > Here are my latest interim test versions of FSUIPC (3.422) and WideClient
    > (6.412).
    >
    > The main work in FSUIPC has been in areas concerned with timestamps and
    > corrections to a number of odd little things which have affected internal


    > DLLs
    > and GAUges.
    >
    > In the more recent releases of WideFS, most of my attention has been on
    > improving the efficiency of WideServer, as well as making to operate with


    > both
    > TCP/IP and IPX/SPX at the same time. In the last couple of weeks I have
    > concentrated instead on making WideClient run more smoothly. I think I've
    > achieved this, now, by dividing up the tasks it does between different
    > threads
    > in a different way, and re-ordering its priorities. Certainly it seems a
    > lot
    > smoother here on all four of my Client PCs, and even works well on the PC
    > which is running 3 copies of the Project Magenta PFD/ND/EICAS program.
    >
    > Please use them when you can, but don't delete your existing versions

    just
    > yet. I'd like to hear of any problems.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Pete Dowson




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  3. #3
    null null
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Hi

    i tried them with FSBUS and i get strange things

    at the start all is going well and smooth but if you do no updates on the
    cockpit ( nav / heading /crs )
    when you hit a keystroke ( ex: 6 or 7 to change range ) it takes a long
    time
    before the command is
    commited

    best regards
    Thierry


  4. #4
    Peter Dowson
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    On 11/19/2004 5:34:55 PM, Thierry Wehr wrote:

    >when you hit a keystroke ( ex:
    >6 or 7 to change range ) it
    >takes a long time
    >before the command is
    >commited


    Keyboards? Folks are still using Keyboards?

    Sorry, I need more information please!

    *What sort of keyboard are you hitting?
    *Where is it in relation to everything else?
    *How is it programmed?
    *Is it using WideFS? If so how?
    *Is is programmed in FSUIPC's Keys page?
    *Are you using WideServer 6.41 too?

    That's a start. After I can understand even a little of what you are doing
    there will be other questions and log files need too, no doubt.

    If it is a keyboard on the same PC as the PM component which is supposed to
    be processing the keys, then I asume you have checked keyboard focus and so
    on?

    How does FSBus come into this at all?

    Regards,

    Pete


  5. #5
    Thomas Richter
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Hi Pete,
    please can send the WideClient 6412 again.
    If I open the Zip-File to copy the WideClient to Explorer I get a ERROR.
    I downloaded it more times but it`s every time the same.
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    "Peter Dowson" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:271000.53815@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi folks,
    >
    > Here are my latest interim test versions of FSUIPC (3.422) and WideClient
    > (6.412).
    >
    > The main work in FSUIPC has been in areas concerned with timestamps and
    > corrections to a number of odd little things which have affected internal


    > DLLs
    > and GAUges.
    >
    > In the more recent releases of WideFS, most of my attention has been on
    > improving the efficiency of WideServer, as well as making to operate with


    > both
    > TCP/IP and IPX/SPX at the same time. In the last couple of weeks I have
    > concentrated instead on making WideClient run more smoothly. I think I've
    > achieved this, now, by dividing up the tasks it does between different
    > threads
    > in a different way, and re-ordering its priorities. Certainly it seems a
    > lot
    > smoother here on all four of my Client PCs, and even works well on the PC
    > which is running 3 copies of the Project Magenta PFD/ND/EICAS program.
    >
    > Please use them when you can, but don't delete your existing versions

    just
    > yet. I'd like to hear of any problems.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Pete Dowson




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    >



  6. #6
    Martin Gerner
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Thomas,

    just redownloaded + checked the zip - it's perfectly fine

    ....?
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    "Thomas Richter" wrote in message
    news:271220.53815@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi Pete,
    > please can send the WideClient 6412 again.
    > If I open the Zip-File to copy the WideClient to Explorer I get a ERROR.
    > I downloaded it more times but it`s every time the same.
    > --
    > Best Regards
    > Thomas - EW321
    >
    > "Peter Dowson" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    > news:271000.53815@wb.onvix.com...
    >> Hi folks,
    >>
    >> Here are my latest interim test versions of FSUIPC (3.422) and

    WideClient
    >> (6.412).
    >>
    >> The main work in FSUIPC has been in areas concerned with timestamps and
    >> corrections to a number of odd little things which have affected

    internal
    >
    >> DLLs
    >> and GAUges.
    >>
    >> In the more recent releases of WideFS, most of my attention has been on
    >> improving the efficiency of WideServer, as well as making to operate

    with
    >
    >> both
    >> TCP/IP and IPX/SPX at the same time. In the last couple of weeks I have
    >> concentrated instead on making WideClient run more smoothly. I think

    I've
    >> achieved this, now, by dividing up the tasks it does between different
    >> threads
    >> in a different way, and re-ordering its priorities. Certainly it seems a
    >> lot
    >> smoother here on all four of my Client PCs, and even works well on the

    PC
    >> which is running 3 copies of the Project Magenta PFD/ND/EICAS program.
    >>
    >> Please use them when you can, but don't delete your existing versions

    > just
    >> yet. I'd like to hear of any problems.
    >>
    >> Regards,
    >>
    >> Pete Dowson

    >
    >
    >
    >

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    >
    >
    >>

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  7. #7
    Thomas Richter
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Hi Pete,
    all OK, I downloaded it with Outlook.
    Now I downloaded from PM-Newsgroup and its working.
    I love Microsoft so much, if you don`t have Problems - you have Microsoft!!
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    Thomas - EW321

    "Thomas Richter" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:271220.53815@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi Pete,
    > please can send the WideClient 6412 again.
    > If I open the Zip-File to copy the WideClient to Explorer I get a ERROR.
    > I downloaded it more times but it`s every time the same.
    > --
    > Best Regards
    > Thomas - EW321
    >
    > "Peter Dowson" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    > news:271000.53815@wb.onvix.com...
    >> Hi folks,
    >>
    >> Here are my latest interim test versions of FSUIPC (3.422) and

    WideClient
    >> (6.412).
    >>
    >> The main work in FSUIPC has been in areas concerned with timestamps and
    >> corrections to a number of odd little things which have affected

    internal
    >
    >> DLLs
    >> and GAUges.
    >>
    >> In the more recent releases of WideFS, most of my attention has been on
    >> improving the efficiency of WideServer, as well as making to operate

    with
    >
    >> both
    >> TCP/IP and IPX/SPX at the same time. In the last couple of weeks I have
    >> concentrated instead on making WideClient run more smoothly. I think

    I've
    >> achieved this, now, by dividing up the tasks it does between different
    >> threads
    >> in a different way, and re-ordering its priorities. Certainly it seems a
    >> lot
    >> smoother here on all four of my Client PCs, and even works well on the

    PC
    >> which is running 3 copies of the Project Magenta PFD/ND/EICAS program.
    >>
    >> Please use them when you can, but don't delete your existing versions

    > just
    >> yet. I'd like to hear of any problems.
    >>
    >> Regards,
    >>
    >> Pete Dowson

    >
    >
    >
    >

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    >
    >
    >>

    >



  8. #8
    Patrick Smith
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    New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    Yes Pete,i placed it in and FS9 rejected the Mod dll




    Learn CPR


  9. #9
    Enrico Schiratti
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    Re: New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    > Yes Pete,i placed it in and FS9 rejected the Mod dll

    Are you using FS9 or 9.1? No issues with the new version here.

    Ciao

    Enrico


  10. #10
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    New test versions of FSUIPC and WideClient

    On 11/21/2004 7:03:54 AM, Patrick Smith wrote:
    >Yes Pete,i placed it in and
    >FS9 rejected the Mod dll


    "Yes Pete"? Is this a reference to something else? Sorry, I'm confused.

    What does "i placed it in and FS9 rejected the Mod dll" mean, please? Placed
    what in where and what is a "mod dll", and what is the error you get?

    Sorry, I really don't understand such over-abbreviated reports. Are you sure
    you linked this to the correct thread? I deal with FS modules like FSUIPC,
    WideFS, and so on. Are you talking about one of those?

    Regards,

    Pete





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