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  1. #1
    Renaud Emont
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    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    Hi everyone and happy new year !

    I began 2005 whith this interesting question :
    How to send keystroke via network to FS ? I use PM airbus set, FSUIPC and
    wide FS. Keystroke will be generated on a computer handling EPIC cards and
    FSCommunicator. I want FS2004 to received it on another computer(for IVAP
    squawck activation).
    How to ?

    Thanks.


  2. #2
    Peter Dowson
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    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    On 1/1/2005 7:09:06 AM, Renaud Emont wrote:
    >Hi everyone and happy new year
    >!
    >
    >I began 2005 whith this
    >interesting question :
    >How to send keystroke via
    >network to FS ? I use PM
    >airbus set, FSUIPC and wide
    >FS. Keystroke will be
    >generated on a computer
    >handling EPIC cards and
    >FSCommunicator. I want FS2004
    >to received it on another
    >computer(for IVAP squawck
    >activation).
    >How to ?


    WideClient has a facility to send all keystrokes it receives to FS -- just
    one line in the WideClient.ini file is needed (check the Doc). However, for
    it to work, WideClient must have the focus.

    The only alternative I know of is to write detailed key message data to
    offsets 3200-320B. This actually produces the Windows KEY messages which affect
    FS.

    Regards,

    Pete


  3. #3
    Renaud Emont
    Guest

    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    Thanks for the answer. I will use FSUIPC offset 3200. But I don't understand
    a word of how to do it ...
    3200 message (WM_KEYDOWN or WM_KEYUP)
    3204 wParam for the message
    3208 lParam for the message
    All 12 bytes must be written in one IPC write.
    What does this mean ?
    Can you explain me how to make a "C" keysent to FSUIPC ?


  4. #4
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    On 1/2/2005 4:21:15 AM, Renaud Emont wrote:
    >Thanks for the answer. I will
    >use FSUIPC offset 3200. But I
    >don't understand a word of how
    >to do it ...
    >3200 message (WM_KEYDOWN
    >or WM_KEYUP)
    >3204 wParam for the
    >message
    >3208 lParam for the
    >message
    >All 12 bytes must be written
    >in one IPC write.
    >What does this mean ?
    >Can you explain me how to make
    >a "C" keysent to FSUIPC ?


    What language are you programming this in? I can point you to the Microsoft
    C/C++ documentation for the WM_KEYDOWN and WM_KEYUP messages. I don't have
    any myself, it is all standard programming. Don't you have any references
    their for your language?

    Pete





  5. #5
    Renaud Emont
    Guest

    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    I'm using FSCommunicator to talk to FSUIPC. My hardware is EPIC cards.

    I'd like to press a button in my system, make an EPL code (EPIC language)
    that send a nqw command for FScommunicator. The value of the nqw command will
    be sent to FSUIPC offset by FSCommunicator.

    So what I want is a value that I can sent to the FSUIPC offset.

    How can I do ?


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