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Hello,<BR closure_uid_z41z41="12088"><BR closure_uid_z41z41="12089">Following the recommendation of Paul Henty, I'm posting here hoping someone has an idea of ​​what I do to get in solving this problem:<BR closure_uid_z41z41="12090"><BR closure_uid_z41z41="12091">I am part of VA www.voeazulvirtual.com.br that represents the "Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras," we use for a better simulation of Feelthere aircraft, specifically the EJETS, ERJ 195 and ERJ-190. In the interest of providing a differential to other VA initiated a project to create a toy system that performs the functions of EPOP Embraer and also download the charts, METAR, TAF, and most importantly, increasing FSACARS replace the drives with data such as log of switches among others, as a box-preta.O problem is that not all data, as some switches work by reading the Autopilot from FSUIPC. Feelthere probably should have its own implementation. Could someone show me the best way forward for the reading of these data? Any idea how to make this work? An example?<BR closure_uid_z41z41="12092"><BR closure_uid_z41z41="12093">I really appreciate anyone who can help.

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Hello,<BR closure_uid_z41z41="12088"><BR closure_uid_z41z41="12089">Following the recommendation of Paul Henty, I'm posting here hoping someone has an idea of ​​what I do to get in solving this problem:<BR closure_uid_z41z41="12090"><BR closure_uid_z41z41="12091">I am part of VA www.voeazulvirtual.com.br that represents the "Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras," we use for a better simulation of Feelthere aircraft, specifically the EJETS, ERJ 195 and ERJ-190. In the interest of providing a differential to other VA initiated a project to create a toy system that performs the functions of EPOP Embraer and also download the charts, METAR, TAF, and most importantly, increasing FSACARS replace the drives with data such as log of switches among others, as a box-preta.O problem is that not all data, as some switches work by reading the Autopilot from FSUIPC. Feelthere probably should have its own implementation. Could someone show me the best way forward for the reading of these data? Any idea how to make this work? An example?<BR closure_uid_z41z41="12092"><BR closure_uid_z41z41="12093">I really appreciate anyone who can help.

I've moved your post from the User contributions subforum to here, the proper Support Forum. Yours iss not a contribution but a request for help.

Do you think you could re-post it with a readable format please? I don't know how you are getting what you are posting, but whatever it is it is not normal plain text, and it is rather unreadable like that. And try to break it into paragraphs please.

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Pete

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Hello,

Following the recommendation of Paul Henty, I'm posting here hoping someone has an idea of ​​what I do to get in solving this problem:

I am part of VA www.voeazulvirtual.com.br that represents the "Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras," we use for a better simulation of Feelthere aircraft, specifically the EJETS, ERJ 195 and ERJ-190. In the interest of providing a differential to other VA initiated a project to create a toy system that performs the functions of EPOP Embraer and also download the charts, METAR, TAF, and most importantly, increasing FSACARS replace the drives with data such as log of switches among others, as a box-preta.

O problem is that not all data, as some switches work by reading the Autopilot from FSUIPC. Feelthere probably should have its own implementation. Could someone show me the best way forward for the reading of these data? Any idea how to make this work? An example?

I really appreciate anyone who can help.

I can't answer the question, but can clean up the html... ;)

I'd suggest it was probably copied from another forum's response box, from the coding. Also, it is correct that FeelThere use next to no default code for their autopilots (thankfully!) - A job for LUA maybe?

Ian P.

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I can't answer the question, but can clean up the html... ;)

I'd suggest it was probably copied from another forum's response box, from the coding. Also, it is correct that FeelThere use next to no default code for their autopilots (thankfully!) - A job for LUA maybe?

Ian P.

Thank you for correcting the text, actually copied from another page, but it was the translator of Google (laughs). My English is a denial, so I preferred to use the tool. And how this would work in LUA? An example?

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Hello,

There are other people far better placed to explain this, as I am a total beginner at LUA.

As I discovered earlier when trying to convert an English phrase to German, Google Translate is... "limited" at times!

I hope your questions can be resolved fairly easily, at least.

Best regards,

Ian P.

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And how this would work in LUA? An example?

No one can provide an example for your specific aircraft unless they have worked out how to get to whatever information it is you need.

I do not know the Feelthere EJETS, ERJ 195 or ERJ-190. I checked in the User Contributions subforum, and no one else seems to have posted any solutions there either. Maybe there are really no problems and you are misunderstanding something? What is the information you need to extract and does it all work okay with default FS aircraft?

The "Lua" suggestion was because a lot more can be done with Lua plug-ins than with simple assignment. However, it is not really the first step. For sophisticated add-on aircraft the answers sometimes lie in Mouse Macros or local gauge variables (L:Vars) -- usually not both, because Mouse Macros work with regular C/C++ programmed gauges whilst L:Vars tend to predominate with the newer style XML gauges.

To see what others are doing with all sorts of add-on aircraft (sadly not yours though), do check out the User Contributions subforum.

Regards

Pete

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No one can provide an example for your specific aircraft unless they have worked out how to get to whatever information it is you need.

I do not know the Feelthere EJETS, ERJ 195 or ERJ-190. I checked in the User Contributions subforum, and no one else seems to have posted any solutions there either. Maybe there are really no problems and you are misunderstanding something? What is the information you need to extract and does it all work okay with default FS aircraft?

The "Lua" suggestion was because a lot more can be done with Lua plug-ins than with simple assignment. However, it is not really the first step. For sophisticated add-on aircraft the answers sometimes lie in Mouse Macros or local gauge variables (L:Vars) -- usually not both, because Mouse Macros work with regular C/C++ programmed gauges whilst L:Vars tend to predominate with the newer style XML gauges.

To see what others are doing with all sorts of add-on aircraft (sadly not yours though), do check out the User Contributions subforum.

Regards

Pete

Thanks Peter I will give a researched, and yes, it works with the default FS aircraft. I want to monitor switches, for example, when on or off the Altitude Hold Switch or Auto Throtle.

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