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    Editing a plugin variable

    Is it possible to edit a plugin variable?

    I'm using RRVehicleMaintenance (RRVM) and the math in one of the variables is off by a decimal. I'd like to simply take that variable and multiply by 10 to get the result I'm looking for but I can't figure out how/if it's possible.

    Does anyone know if RR allows this?

    EDIT:
    Never mind, it is possible. The way I did it wasn't pretty from a coding standpoint, but it works.
    When I click on the fuel button the command is now "RRVM_FUEL||SETVARBYCODE;MPG;RRVM_MILESPERGALLON|| EVAL;MPGNEW;$MPG$*10" then have the label call MPGNEW instead of RRVM_MILESPERGALLON.
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    Why do you need this?

    The best way, when you ask the developer of the plugin.

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    Are you sure it's just not a case of your car getting a very bad MPG figure ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harryberlin View Post
    Why do you need this?

    The best way, when you ask the developer of the plugin.
    I asked the dev. in the RRVM thread and in a PM. Reading other posts in the thread makes me think he hasn't really been back since 2011. The PM was sent just a few hours before I made this thread but I thought I'd see if it was even possible to do it myself if I needed to while waiting for a reply.

    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer
    Are you sure it's just not a case of your car getting a very bad MPG figure ;-)
    I am getting very bad MPG, but I'm getting 10.9 bad, not 1.09 bad.
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