I have attached a screenshot where I get stuck. I constant update rate of 5 Hz for example is very desirable for me. Just about finished catching up after my short break, and investigating and fixing some bugs or P3Dv4 problem solutions. Although no real life flying experience, I have a good understanding and always learning more and more. I am no longer in any position to make changes to that 14 year old version! Really my 64-bit development was only intended for 64-bit simulators.
No, I haven't downloaded it yet. That's why I was wondering if I can speed this up a little. It seems to make no sense at all when the latest versions are so good. I have the knowledge and experience to really deliver an excellent aviation community. The controls for a Q400 will not be the same as a 747-400 or a Cessna 172.
So is there really a bug on my side? The fsuipc read functions are blocking my whole program. Pete Alright, looking forward to get it Thanks for your help! Howeverm if it is 8 bytes instead of 4, none of the following parts will be right, so the read will fail, probably just returning an error. Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at. Yes, they have really improved it. I will be pressing L-M hard for a good implementation of this. Pete The read structure includes a pointer which tells the Process where to store the data it receives.
I did not find any solution. Kind regards Maik I don't need a constant update rate but I don't get more than 2 to 4 Hz update rate. I wasn't able to get rid of my throttle quadrant jitter without it. Ich compiled everything in 64 bit but did not get it running. A fantastic module by Pete Dowson.
But I can not get the registery key? Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. All we want is a relatively simple setup to practice flying with this computer sitting in the hangar next to our fullscale Cessna. The program is free for anyone to use as necessary to support their own data needs, as well as users of the mentioned programs. Note that version 3 will only work with the. I constant update rate of 5 Hz for example is very desirable for me.
And then, as foretold in the great prophecy, Dcrack came unto our midsts. Since this fsuipc doesn't work. I think it should be reciprocal? I don't need a constant update rate but I don't get more than 2 to 4 Hz update rate. Maybe you have something ncorrectly set for your compilation. You'd need to recompile it as a 64-bit version, adjusting things in it to match. . Leading scientists, shamans, priests, and philosophers have always said it could never be done.
It is even quoted in an earlier message in this thread! Kind regards what is the maximum frequency the data can be polled from the fsuipc interface. But you'd certainly notice that! You'd need to recompile it as a 64-bit version, adjusting things in it to match. So another question: what is the maximum frequency the data can be polled from the fsuipc interface. Sign in to follow this. Direct download via magnet link.
I think he did a 64-bit compatible version. Over time this will mean that version 5. I checked pointes and variables, length. I suppose it is not free, even with my membership. Maybe you can comment this since I don't have any glue how to debug this. Since we all working on the same project I used to implement source and header files in such a manner that every user has to compile its own lib file.
That is why I did this workaround by creating a tcpserver with fsuipc lib which is able to read fs9 data and stream it to my application by tcp. Check the data accumulated in the mapped memory before calling SendMessageTimeout. Check the data accumulated in the mapped memory before calling SendMessageTimeout. Works with Prepar3d V3 1. What about a crack to the latest version 4. I think he did a 64-bit compatible version. Download: Fsuipc Full Version, Downloads Found: 13, Includes: Crack Serial Keygen, Date Added: Today.
We use Peter's programs and documentation quite extensively with Project Magenta, it was and is most valuable to us. This free software is required for aeroSystems to run. Anyway, you need to do your own debugging I'm afraid. Have you checked out Paul Henty's. Direct download via magnet link.