Sorry, I didn’t realize Roeland is a developer! My apologies to Roeland! I literally found out about wfview an hour or two before I posted my first message.
I should tell you that my IC-7300 and I are located 12 time zones away from each other. I’m retired and live in Thailand and my radio is in VE3.
I currently use Win4Icom suite. It provides a CW Terminal that lets you type in plain text, which it uses to control the 7300’s internal keyer. You can also save a dozen or so short messages for casual contest operation. I don’t know if the internal keyer accepts ASCII text input or not. There may be an intermediate step (or two) that I don’t know about.
It can also use a Winkeyer, which can take ASCII text and translate it into Morse Code. The Winkeyer connects to the 7300 via the Key jack, so there are two methods of sending Morse Code for us remote operators to send Morse Code to a 7300. I rarely use the Winkeyer because the 7300’s internal keyer is good enough for me.
Most of my CW operation is in contests. I believe N1MM contest logger sends text to the 7300’ keyer or to the Winkeyer.
I’m interested in helping out if I can. I’m about 13,000 km from my transceiver, which likely makes me a worst case scenario for remote control. I’ll install wfview on my host computer and see how it goes with WSJT-X. If you want to try some experiments with CW just let me know. Be advised I’m not a programmer, but I can follow simple instructions! My host in VE3 is capable of changing Menu settings in the radio but hasn’t had to touch the radio since we set it up in Nov 2019.