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Problem with gauges.h

Hi all,

i try using gauges.h not in a new gauges but in a simconnect application for complete some data that SimConnect API doesnt give me. But........
CRASH .... when (for example ) call one gauges.h function FSX give me an error of Memory Access violation......

Sorry but Linkage to Panels DLL work or not in FSX?!? Cause i ve an opinion that Gauges Variables and Simconnect DLL run into two separate Thread Context.

What s your opinion ...

Hi, karijno,

You mean....that you want to use or access the Token Variables from your application (*.DLL.....not *.EXE)?....if that is what you want then you may want to see the thread called "Creating FSX Modules??" in the "Tools Programming" section,...look at the end of the thread (the lastest posts)...and you may find a different method to access Token Variables in FSX, from a FS module (not gauge).

Best Regards,

Manuel Ambulo