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Thank you. I'll incorporate that into the next build.

Plan-G / Re: V3.2.0 does not load database [Solved]
« on: Today at 04:33:43 PM »
Interesting, the simconnect dll is supposed to be a fat binary (ie both 32 & 64 bits), and older versions of P3D are supposed to work with newer versions of Simconnect (at least, Simconnect is supposed to fall back for compatibility with older versions, or so I understood).

It seems that may not entirely be the case.

Thanks for the update, & glad you finally have it working. We live and learn...

Plan-G / Re: Aircraft not showing up on networked pc
« on: Today at 04:27:18 PM »
You need WideFS to use FSUIPC across a network.

Plan-G / Re: Aircraft not showing up on networked pc
« on: Today at 12:29:13 AM »
Does the FS title bar change from "Waiting for clients" to "1 connected" when you make the connection?

(I am assuming you have registered WideFS as well as registered FSUIPC - WideFS will not work unregistered)

Plan-G / Re: Plan G and Flight Planner in P3Dv4.1
« on: Yesterday at 08:20:04 AM »
Change directory in the Export File dialog - it's a standard Windows save dialog with all the usual facilities. The difference from FSX is that P3Dv4 plans go in My Documents\P3d v4 Files instead of My Documents\Flight Simulator X Files.

Within P3D, to load a flight plan from a different folder, click Load, then Browse.

Plan-G / Re: Roadway Identifiers Incorrect
« on: February 20, 2018, 11:11:47 AM »
Road markings are part of the map, and so not under my control. If the map provider has updated their map imagery, that'll start to come through as tiles expire from the local cache (map tiles are normally cached for around 3 months, although you can purge the cache from within Settings).

BTW, I've removed the email address from your post: it's never a good idea to leave email addresses in public - they will get harvested by all kinds of spam crawlers.

Plan-G / Re: Unable print Flight Plan
« on: February 17, 2018, 11:29:48 AM »
Ok thanks. I'll make sure it gets looked at.

Plan-G / Re: Unable to load into laptop
« on: February 17, 2018, 11:29:02 AM »
I've googled around, and found a way to fix the problem, although it is a little complicated. The best-explained set of instructions I found is here:

I haven't tried it myself, or experienced the problem either, for that matter. So I'm afraid it's proceed at your own risk, although all you're doing is updating security permissions for one of the built-in worker accounts. It shouldn't have any knock-on in terms of general Internet security.

Nowhere have I found any explanation as to why the problem happens or what causes it. So I'm still in the dark regarding that aspect.

Hope it helps, and if you do try, let us know how you get on.

Plan-G / Re: Unable to load into laptop
« on: February 13, 2018, 11:54:29 AM »
I've never known a situation where Setup didn't run. All I can really suggest is to try downloading the file again, in case it got corrupted somehow. And if that fails, try running Windows in safe mode.

Plan-G / Re: Stumped
« on: February 09, 2018, 04:30:10 PM »
Ok, so far as I can tell, Plan-G successfully connects to WideClient, but WideClient does not connect to the FSUIPC server. Both FSUIPC and WideClient appear to be up to date and appropriate to the sim version. Building a Plan-G database is not relevant to this problem.

I'm not an expert in FSUIPC, but here are some thoughts from the FSUIPC support forum:

* Check that your Windows workgroup name is the same on both PCs: broadcasts stay in one workgroup
* You may need to add the ServerName or ServerIPaddr and the protocol parameters to the WideClient.INI, as instructed in the user guide (in the section with the red text heading asking everyone to read it!)

Thanks. That's a known issue/unforeseen consequence, and will be fixed in the next build.

Plan-G / Re: Stumped
« on: February 02, 2018, 10:56:22 PM »
Ok, lets go through this step by step.

1. Run FSX and start a flight. Does it say in the title bar "Flight Simulator X with WideServer: waiting for clients"? (this may take a few moments)
If yes, go to step 2.
If no, you have not correctly installed FSUIPC. Install/reinstall it.

2. On your second PC, run WideClient.Does the FSX title bar change from "waiting for clients" to "1 connected"?
If yes, go to step 3
If no, you have a networking problem. Make sure that FSX and WideClient are not being blocked by antivirus or firewall. Also, please attach the log files from FSUIPC (in FSX\Modules) and from WideClient (in the folder containing WideClient.exe)

3. Run Plan-G on the PC with WideClient. Check the Connection settings and make sure FSUIPC is selected. Then click the Connect button. Plan-G should now connect to FSX.

Plan-G / Re: Possibility of JoinFS Traffic
« on: February 02, 2018, 05:09:39 PM »
No, but I think something could be done along those lines. I'll look into it.

Plan-G / Re: Simconnect problem with P3D v3.4
« on: February 02, 2018, 05:08:37 PM »
Index refers to which entry in your simconnect.xml it's going to use. Your file has three entries: 0 is the first one, 1 is the second one, and 2 is the third.

Looking at the port numbers, index needs to be set to 2.

You may need to have three entries in the .cfg too, but I'm not sure about that.

Plan-G / Re: Simconnect problem with P3D v3.4
« on: February 02, 2018, 10:42:47 AM »
Ok, your Simconnect.xml (which you did not show) needs to be in C:\Users\(me)\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3
and your Simconnect.cfg needs to be in C:\Program Files (x86)\Plan-G v3.2.0

It sounds like you have the files in the wrong places.

(note, I don't actually have v3, so the xml location is based on extrapolating the naming convention, I'm pretty sure it's right though.)

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