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Luke Kolin

Offset 3402, bit 11 (replay) in P3Dv4.5

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I've been trying to detect instant replay for my flight recorder in P3D v4 using the new offset 0x3402 that reads from the PDK. It appears that during instant replay, bit 11 does not appear to be set. Could someone validate that it's not just me?

Cheers!

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Hi Luke,

bit 11 is not set, for Instant replay its bit 13 - bit 11 is Recording Active. Try monitoring the offset as U16 hex (to log).  If you then look at the log, you should see the value together with the log of the mode.

John

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Did this change? The offset status document for 5.15 says that bit 12 is playback, whereas for 5.154 it says bit 13.

Cheers!

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The only change in the documentation seems to be the bit numbering - it went from 0-12 in the 5.15 documentation and 12 was Instant Replay (Recording Playback was 11), and it the later documentation the bit numbering starts at 1. The actual bits used hasn't changed. Not sure why I changed the numbering...it seems that sometimes we count from bit 0 and others from bit 1. Sorry for the confusion.

John

P.S. Latest version is 5.155

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Just checked and it looks like this was a mistake caused by the word processor deciding to auto-number.... I'll change it back to going from bit 0 for the next release.

But as I said, the actual bit used hasn't changed!

Cheers,

John

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