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Log.Lvars.Log question

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Hi,

Am attempting to create macros for my King Air, for the first time. I have found ( Lua.log.Lvars and Lua Kill All) in the Options and Settings GUI, and have run the lua.log.lvars, with the scrolling red text on the screen, as it should. It also ends when pressing lua kill all. However, I cannot find the Log.Lvars.Log  anywhere in the Modules folder. 

 I have just today, updated FSUIPC to 4.495. I could not find the mentioned log in my previous version either.  Running FSX Acceleration and Windows7 Home edition.

 

Thanks,

 

Neil

 

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If you want a separate log for a Lua plug-in you need to enable that option in the Logging tab in FSUIPC options. Otherwise the logging gets merged into the normal FSUIPC4 log. This is a more normal need for Lua logging as it shows Lua actions in relation to, say, events, buttons or keys when they are also logged

The main use of the Lua log lvars plug-in is to be able to identify correct Lvars, and the values needed in them, by actually seeing the changes logged in real time on screen. If all you wanted was a list of them, then all you needed to do was assign to FSUIPC's built-in List local panel variables control, in the assignment drop down.

BTW the current version of FSUIPC is 4.95, not 4.495. You may find the interim update, 4.951, useful, as it annotates your INI file with control and key press decodes. Interim updates are provided in the Download Links sub forum, above.

Pete

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Hi Pete,

Thanks for the reply, will do as you suggested.  My incorrect version number was a finger slip!.

 

Neil

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