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Execute .lua script from external application via FSUIPC

Hey everyone!

Is it possible to use the FSUIPC SDK, to call a .lua file in the simulator, let's say for example, when a button is pressed in the app?

Regards :wave:
So... I managed to figure it out on my own :)

Basically, you want to write to the 0x0D70 offset, and pass the Lua command with the name of your lua.

In c# that would be:

 if (_fsuipcConn) //first we check if we're connected to FS
                Offset<string> luaset = new Offset<string>(0x0D70, 10); //then we initiate the offset
                luaset.Value = "Lua dashcalc"; //as value we assign Lua which means we want to run the lua script, and dashcalc which is the filename of the script itself
                FSUIPCConnection.Process(); //finally, we send it to FS