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    Is there a way to get the strings/info displayed on the MCDU ?

    In the quest to build my cockpit interface, I'm doing some tests to read/write info into Jee.
    Using FSUIPC I can get/set all the params that Jee needs to be controled by an external interface.

    Example : MCDU

    Offset: 78EC - MCDU Controls. Set value :
    Value Action
    1 to 26 -> A to Z
    ....

    However, there's no offset to read the strings that are actually displayed in the MCDU screen.
    Is there a way to access them ?

    thanks for your help

    /rgds

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    Re: Is there a way to get the strings/info displayed on the MCDU ?

    I believe these are the only offsets available for use -

    http://www.jeehell.org/Offsets.pdf
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    Re: Is there a way to get the strings/info displayed on the MCDU ?

    Quote Originally Posted by OmniAtlas View Post
    I believe these are the only offsets available for use -

    http://www.jeehell.org/Offsets.pdf
    Thanks OmniAtlas

    Yes, I've also use that document as reference.
    Since I couldn't find the offsets , I asked...we never know.

    Having access to it, would allow me to create a Browser based MCDU interface that could be use anywhere
    1) Android tablets/Stick PCs
    2) iPads
    3) Linux based clients
    4) etc

    I've quick emulate it ... every key entry is working...only the output isn't there

    Well, maybe one day the offsets will be extended.

    thanks
    /rgds