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Old March 3rd 04, 05:43 PM
legere
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Default FSUIPC - like interface

I used to play around with 'scripting' flight simulator
using FSUIPC. Now that FSUIPC has gone commercial, has anyone
else stepped up to the plate to offer something for experimenter's
like myself to mess around with flight simulator?
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Old March 4th 04, 10:29 PM
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Not that I've heard of. Buy FSUIPC... we all support each other and
innovation in the community when folks do
-Mitch Morrell
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"legere" wrote in message
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I used to play around with 'scripting' flight simulator
using FSUIPC. Now that FSUIPC has gone commercial, has anyone
else stepped up to the plate to offer something for experimenter's
like myself to mess around with flight simulator?



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Old March 5th 04, 05:35 AM
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This is similar to FSUIPC:
http://www.flightdecksoftware.com/fdsconnect.php and was announced
shortly after Pete made FSUIPC semi-payware.

I'm not going to rant yet again about how I don't understand why people
don't want to pay for such an excellent, enabling add-on with *stellar*
customer support (even when it was free), but I will just note that I
have never even downloaded the FDSConnect software. I don't see the
need.

But then, I am a registered FSUIPC user so maybe I just don't get it.

Dave Blevins

On 3 Mar 2004 09:43:24 -0800, (legere) wrote:

I used to play around with 'scripting' flight simulator
using FSUIPC. Now that FSUIPC has gone commercial, has anyone
else stepped up to the plate to offer something for experimenter's
like myself to mess around with flight simulator?


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Old March 5th 04, 12:52 PM
legere
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Thanks for the link.... maybe FDSConnect will do what I want.

I don't want to start a flame war. I may purchase FSUIPC. I am
not seriously opposed to it. I just wondered if there was another
way. All I ever used from FSUIPC is read /write / process, for which
I wrote a java wrapper so that I could script FS from Jython/ Matlab /
Mathematica. Now, I just discovered that the new SDK includes a much
nicer java interface then mine, so maybe buying FSUIPC is the right
thing.
Has anyone had any issues with the German company that you have to
pay?
Simmarket?




wrote in message . ..
This is similar to FSUIPC:
http://www.flightdecksoftware.com/fdsconnect.php and was announced
shortly after Pete made FSUIPC semi-payware.

I'm not going to rant yet again about how I don't understand why people
don't want to pay for such an excellent, enabling add-on with *stellar*
customer support (even when it was free), but I will just note that I
have never even downloaded the FDSConnect software. I don't see the
need.

But then, I am a registered FSUIPC user so maybe I just don't get it.

 




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