This plug-in is based on the original plug-in published by @value1. It is modified in that it exports angular rates in the vehicle reference system by default (as opposed to the Euler angles exported in the original plug-in).
When patching DCS for motion it will create an export script in...
This export script is called Simtools_DCS_Exp_Hook... .lua. You can change the exported data by modifying this script.
Installation is done through Simtools' Plugin Updater. Just drag and drop the .zip file onto the Updater.
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This plugin provides angular rates (not angles!) around the vehicle longitudinal (roll), lateral (pitch) and vertical (yaw) axis. It also provides vehicle lateral, longitudinal and vertical acceleration.
You can still get Euler angles exported by setting the three variables starting with "YouAbsolutelyInsistOnUsingEulerAngles..." in the export script to true but I do NOT recommend that.
Generic Var1-Var20. In the export script you can assign values to those slots to get the data you are interested in exported to GameDash.
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Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) - Experimental plug-in v0.10
This plug-in exports vehicle accelerations and vehicle angular rates.