+ AA6YQ comments below
Why not? If he wants to emulate a WinKeyer, and the software that heI'm trying to understand the documentation for WK3 but obviously I'mYou can not limit yourself to WK3. There are significant issues in
+ No one has reported any problems with WinWarbler interoperating with any version of WinKey. If a defect is reported, I will of course correct it.
+ If one is emulating hardware and only expects to employ a single application with that emulation, then it is reasonable to determine what subset of the hardware specification must be implemented to "satisfy" that application, and limit the emulation to that functionality to avoid spending time implementing emulation functionality that the application will not use. However, if you intend to use multiple applications with that emulation, then it is generally better to emulate the hardware's full functionality.
+ Bo, I've been unable to help because none of the strings you have posted are valid WinKey commands, so I can't tell what your emulator is doing.