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Flytweaker Beta1.2 now available

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Hi all,this very early developing stage is now available on the FLY! wikihttp://flylegacy.dyndns.org/twiki/bin/view/Fly/FlyTweakerIt is only a very small download.There is no manual yet (and only some functions which could be described) but I think the program is easy to use. I give some hints on the FLY wiki.If you test it, please give me some feedback. It works great on my PC, but that means nothing - the program got through a very rapid development phase as I could use code snipplets from my landsat7 program. Please report bugs!RegardsGeorg HeliFLYer EDDWYOU ALL WHO ANSWERED ME - I hope you are NOT disappointed! You may have thought of a DLL TASKmanager, but this is beside my personal scope. You canNOT switch the use of DLLs *WHILE* FLY!2 is running, ONLY *BEFORE* you start the program. Therefore Flytweaker is more a DLL FILEmanager, not more. It might be a problem of language that I could not describe the use of the program the right way, sorry for that.

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Hi all,Basically there are two kind of dll : those linked to a plane like a gauge or a subsystem, those linked to a peculiar scenery like the last dll made for sounds objects or windsockets, and those that are linked to nothing and likely are new feature programs (like the hud).The first type dlls are enabled by the plane or the scenery and disabled when the plane is changed or the scenery isn't called anymore, while the latter type dlls are constantly enabled and looped by Fly! if no special menu or user hot key disable them ...Technically speaking the latter are dlls that use the DLLIdle function callback.Then, if you want to remove some dlls from the folder you need to distinguish the first from the second because, if you remove the first you'll have a first class BTD, Fly! complaining the loss of that gauge or that subsystem ...!So what ? Use the Ctrl+T key in fly! and note the dlls that are always enabled from those that are only called with a plane or a scenery.You should be able to remove the first ones safely ... but remember that removing dlls can cause a BTD ! Then remove them carefully, one by one , and be ready to put them again in place.Hope this can help somehow ...Cheers,laurentC

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