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Hello Pete

 

  It seems the fsuipc beta 4.935a for P3D 2.3  does not longer allowes writing the Fuel Flow values. 0x0918 and 0x09B0.  We are getting OK after write, but checking the values afterwords via FSUIPC logging results in the P3D values. This behavior was different in the older versions of FSUIPC, allowing us to overwrite the values.

 

 We have used overwrite in order to supply 3rd party software with correct Fuel Flow values, as our Q400 addon does not use the FSX/P2D flight dynamics engine. Would it be possible to restore this behavior?

 

  Thank you for taking your time to read this

 

With best regards,

Oleksiy Frolov

Majestic Software

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Hi Pete,

I have my LUA scripts not initialize offsets when P3DV2.3 starts. Using FSUIPC 4.936. I also notice a different behavior in my LUA scripts and in the older version of FSUIPC they worked fine. Probably the same problem Oleksiy is seeing.

Martin

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 It seems the fsuipc beta 4.935a for P3D 2.3  does not longer allowes writing the Fuel Flow values. 0x0918 and 0x09B0.  We are getting OK after write, but checking the values afterwords via FSUIPC logging results in the P3D values. This behavior was different in the older versions of FSUIPC, allowing us to overwrite the values.

 

 

Two points.

 

First, 4.935a does NOT work with P3D 2.3, you MUST use the currently supported version, 4.936.

 

Second, there has been no change whatsoever in any offset facilities in any version of FSUIPC for many years. If there is any change it is in P3D 2.3, not in FSUIPC.  The offsets you mention are the SimConnect variables

 

"RECIP ENG FUEL FLOW:1" and

"RECIP ENG FUEL FLOW:2"

 

and their definition in FSUIPC has not changed in any way since FSUIPC 4.0 when FSX was released in 2006.

 

Pete

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