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

    Ok, I will check for EPIC direct input to WideFS.

    Everyting would be simple if My EPICs cards were plugged into my FS computer,
    but it is not the case ....

    Will continue in this topic if successful.


  2. #2
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    On 1/3/2005 2:12:34 PM, Renaud Emont wrote:
    >Ok, I will check for EPIC
    >direct input to WideFS.
    >
    >Everyting would be simple if
    >My EPICs cards were plugged
    >into my FS computer, but it is
    >not the case ....


    WideFS has handled button stuff from EPICs for some time. Only the exis
    inputs aren't handled.

    Regards,

    Pete





  3. #3
    Renaud Emont
    Guest

    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    Impossible to make it work .....

    WideFs seem only to make keysent from server to client. Can't make the
    inverse ... (

    My goal is only to have Time speak on the FS computer, and command the Push
    to talk from my EPICsystem computer.


  4. #4
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    On 1/6/2005 5:37:07 AM, Renaud Emont wrote:
    >Impossible to make it work
    >.....
    >
    >WideFs seem only to make
    >keysent from server to client.
    >Can't make the inverse ...
    >(


    No, that isn't true. You can tell Wideclient to send ALL keystrokes it gets
    to FS on the Server. The parameter is:

    SendKeyPresses=Yes

    as documented in WideFS.doc. But for it to work WideClient must have the
    keyboard focus OR you have to write a program to send the keystroke to
    WideClient's window (class FS98MAIN).

    >My goal is only to have Time
    >speak on the FS computer, and
    >command the Push to talk from
    >my EPICsystem computer.


    I don't know "Time speak", but does it use ordinary key messages or does it
    actually "hot key" the keyboard? In the latter case it might be difficult to
    do anything except locally.

    But, in any case, I don't understand, if you have EPIC, why you are using a
    keyboard on the Client PC for PTT. Why not use a Button? FSUIPC will
    recognise buttons pressed on any Client computer, so you then just need to program
    the button on the FS PC. You can program it to do a Roger Wilco or AVC
    "PTT" directly, or send keystrokes if that's what you need to do. Have you not
    looked at doing it this way? Why are you using key presses on the Client
    PC in the first place?

    Regards,

    Pete


  5. #5
    Michel Vandaele
    Guest

    Re: Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    Hi Peter,
    Maybe it is interesting to know, that Team Speak is now the official voice

    program on the IVAO network and that you don't need RW anymore when using
    the new IVAP clientsoftware (which is replacing SB)

    Can you program a direct PTT button to Team Speak, as you did for AVC and RW

    in the past ?

    Many thanks

    Michel


    --
    Michel VANDAELE
    Member of the board FSCB
    EBOS2002 Designteam
    My B744 simulator project
    http://users.pandora.be/michel.vandaele/sim1.htm

    >>Impossible to make it work
    >>.....
    >>
    >>WideFs seem only to make
    >>keysent from server to client.
    >>Can't make the inverse ...
    >>(

    >
    > No, that isn't true. You can tell Wideclient to send ALL keystrokes it
    > gets
    > to FS on the Server. The parameter is:
    >
    > SendKeyPresses=Yes
    >
    > as documented in WideFS.doc. But for it to work WideClient must have the
    > keyboard focus OR you have to write a program to send the keystroke to
    > WideClient's window (class FS98MAIN).
    >
    >>My goal is only to have Time
    >>speak on the FS computer, and
    >>command the Push to talk from
    >>my EPICsystem computer.

    >
    > I don't know "Time speak", but does it use ordinary key messages or does
    > it
    > actually "hot key" the keyboard? In the latter case it might be difficult


    > to
    > do anything except locally.
    >
    > But, in any case, I don't understand, if you have EPIC, why you are using


    > a
    > keyboard on the Client PC for PTT. Why not use a Button? FSUIPC will
    > recognise buttons pressed on any Client computer, so you then just need to


    > program
    > the button on the FS PC. You can program it to do a Roger Wilco or AVC
    > "PTT" directly, or send keystrokes if that's what you need to do. Have you


    > not
    > looked at doing it this way? Why are you using key presses on the Client
    > PC in the first place?
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Pete
    >



  6. #6
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Re: Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    On 1/6/2005 1:53:45 PM, Michel Vandaele wrote:
    >Hi Peter,
    >Maybe it is interesting to
    >know, that Team Speak is now
    >the official voice
    >program on the IVAO network


    Ah! It was "Team Speak" in the orginal message, not "Time Speak"? Yes, I know
    it is used by IVAO, and I recently sorted out the way to get its PTT
    working across WideFS. Please check the current WideFS documentation.

    >Can you program a direct PTT
    >button to Team Speak, as you
    >did for AVC and RW
    >in the past ?


    Not direct, no. It's by a key press, but using the new feature
    "UseSendInput". It is all clearly defined in the WideFS documentation. Take a look when
    you have time.

    If you are using TeamSpeak on the FS PC, you simply program a button to send
    the key. According to other Team Speak users you need to choose a Key with
    no other ramifications, because TeamSpeak doesn't "swallow" it, it allows
    it to pass through!

    Regards,

    Pete


  7. #7
    Michel Vandaele
    Guest

    Re: Keystroke via FSUIPC & wide FS

    Hi Peter,
    Thank you for your quick answer

    > Not direct, no. It's by a key press, but using the new feature
    > "UseSendInput". It is all clearly defined in the WideFS documentation.
    > Take a look when
    > you have time.


    Okidoki, will go true the documentation during the weekend
    >
    > If you are using TeamSpeak on the FS PC, you simply program a button to
    > send
    > the key. According to other Team Speak users you need to choose a Key

    with
    > no other ramifications, because TeamSpeak doesn't "swallow" it, it allows
    > it to pass through!
    >


    No I'm using Teamspeak on a client pc together with IvAp (no RW or SB
    involved anymore), but the PTT button is on my yoke, which is connected to

    my flightsim pc.

    Ciao

    Michel


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