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I am trying to read data from FS2004 with the current version of Fsuipcdll, under Windows10. Most of the data I can read, but some unfortunately not.

The whole Aircraftinfo group does not provide any data. Also in the official example program these data are not read.

ATC ID, Tail number and Aircraft Type are not displayed. Heading, Altitude for example work.

Where could be the problem? Probably sitting in front of the PC ;) 

 

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I've tried here with FS2004, the latest version (3.2.2-Beta) of my FSUIPC Client DLL and FSUIPC 3.999z9b and it works fine.

To check if the problem is with my DLL or not, can you please log the following two offsets in FSUIPC:

E004 (U16) and F004 (U16).

These will show how many ground and airborne AI planes FSUIPC is seeing. 

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Let me know the results.

Thanks,

Paul

 

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Thanks. I still can't think what could be causing this.

Please can you try using a different FSUIPC client. I suggest FSInterrogate2std.exe from the FSUIPC SDK:

Read the Aircraft Info in that program to see if's working there:

1. Goto the Interrogate Tab

2. Type in an offset range from 3130 to 3177

3. Press [Setup fields]

4. Press [Select all] on the toolbar

5. Press [Read buffer-1] to get the values (They should appear in the last column).

 

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If this program also doesn't get the values then there's something wrong with FSUIPC itself or maybe FS2004.

Paul

 

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