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I am currently working on a (freeware or maybe open source) GPS/Instrument data exporter using FSUIPC. It takes the data from FSUIPC and sends it out to a serial port connected Palm OS PDA, using special client software. The server(runs on the desktop) is coded in VB, and the client is coded in C++. I am running into a problem, though: what format should I display it in? I've been toying around with mini-glass cockpits, simple instrument readouts, all the way to full-featured moving map GPS displays! What would you like to see?

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I was aware, but that seems to not be supported anymore, and there is no indication that it works with FS9. Plus, that is only for export, there is no way to write the GPS data with it, as I am thinking of doing. Thanks anyways!

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