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  1. Hello all! Do we have any "unofficial" date for first release??
  2. That's what i want!! I will try to tested tonight. Normally if SubPc1 (Remote with voice) select COM1 and SubPc2 (Remote with voice) select COM2 and of course Host PC runs Remote No voice. There's no way to have the two remotes on separate COM radios. They'll both be on whichever COM radio is selected for transmit in the sim. I mean that both will have the same COM1 and COM2, but the first will have .COM1 (active) and the second .COM2 (active). I believe that this functionality is not possible? If i type .COM1 in any remote, then both will switch to .COM1? Thanx!
  3. That's what i want!! I will try to tested tonight. Normally if SubPc1 (Remote with voice) select COM1 and SubPc2 (Remote with voice) select COM2 and of course Host PC runs Remote No voice.
  4. It is my understanding that your vpilot setup has the sole purpose to enable flight by a single user, thus making it possible for him to use a second remote vpilot on SubPC 2 as proxy to control the vpilot console (on the mainPC & the SubPC 1). This way though still your are using only one sound output and whenever you opt to receive both coms, you get to hear them on the same speakers as on vpilot 1. Am I correct ? In my case i would like to use Host on MainPC and remote on SubPC1 (pointing to Host) and remote SubPC2 (also pointing to Host). So if the co-pilot (SubPC2) wants to hear
  5. Yes i know that, thanx! The point is not to hear two things simultaneously because at the end you don't hear nothing! And since it is not supporting different sound cards for each COM, maybe 2 remote would help solving this.
  6. I don't know why you would need this? As Ross mentioned "For dual-pilot home cockpit setups"
  7. It's not currently set up to allow that, but it might be fairly easy for me to make it support that. Why would you want to do that? For dual-pilot home cockpit setups, or something else? Exactly! Since vPilot have one audio export and it is not possible for the copilot to listen/talk to another frequency ( ex. ATIS), i thought that he could run another vPilot Remote to "his" pc and handles COM2 by him self. Regards, Mike
  8. Would it be possible to use 2 Remotes (two different pc's) with 1 host? For example one talking to one frequency and the other to another.
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