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For reasons we don't need to dig into I am in a situation where a QA stops to operate as it should, the only way to get it operational again is to either go into "edit" mode (which initiates a restart of the QA) or to change one of the QA variables and save it (which also initiates a restart)
But how can I do this in a more automated way? I have created a LUA scene that monitors the QA and can detect when the QA need to be restarted, but how do I in LUA code initiate a restart of a QA?
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