[PROGRAM] YS CAMERA by Kurosaki

Note that alterations to the YSFlight .EXE is forbidden
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[PROGRAM] YS CAMERA by Kurosaki

Post by DD-Destroyer » Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:13 pm

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Details of how to use it is at "Image" Folder.


By the way, maybe an error message at some users like below.
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Download MSCOMCTL.ocx


First, download this .ocx file.
Second, check your OS(Windows, Mac, Linux etc.)'s bit.
Third, Put MSCOMCTL.ocx to system folder....

For 32 bits, C: - Windows - System
For 65 bits, C: - Windows - SysWOW64

Fouth, open CMD at start menu and type like below

cd c:\windows\sysWOW64(System) [ENTER]
regsvr32 mscomctl.ocx [ENTER]

So you can see complete register message. That's over, then open program and ENJOY!!!

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Re: [PROGRAM] YS CAMERA by Kurosaki

Post by Flake » Wed Sep 02, 2015 10:45 am

If I may add to this (I know this post is ancient):

You don't need to drag the .dll's to WOW64 or etc.

Just put them in the same folder, works fine. :)

Also, you may also be missing Comdlg32.ocx - just google that and download and place in the folder as well.
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Re: [PROGRAM] YS CAMERA by Kurosaki

Post by Swift » Fri Aug 05, 2016 8:19 pm

*Bump* I've been getting a runtime error '9' "Subscript Out Of Range" error when trying i click next after selecting the camera. What exactly is the problem :? .
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