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On 10/14/2018 at 3:12 AM, efpg0708 said:

Have you seen this new tool ?


Maybe this could help on a future implementation of the friction module in FSUIPC5 ?

Well, if it provides friction facilities, maybe the FSUIPC Lua friction functions could be implemented for P3D4. I don't know. John Dowson pointed this possibility out to me and maybe it could go on the list for future implementation.

I assume the DLL has to be re-issued for each new version of P3D4, as for some of the things it mentions it must surely be hacking ito the P3D code. I've been avoiding making FSUIPC5 version dependent because P3D4 is such a live and ongoing project. It would be up to the user to provide the correct DLL for FSUIPC5 to detect and access.



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Hi Pete,

Are there any news for that topic? I am very bad in C++ to use the simin-sdk... Really missing the lua!

Thank you!


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No news of this as of yet. It is something that will be looked into in the future, but at the moment this is low priority so nothing for the time being.




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