Read mumble link structure

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I got a game which has mumble  link integrated.

Just for clearence: Accessing the structure is allowed by game-developers. Reference: here, here and here.

I got a code snipped for C# but I'm not able to rewrite the code for AutoIT.

public static void OpenMumbleLink()
            // Open the mapped memory file
            mappedFile = MemoryMappedFile.CreateOrOpen("MumbleLink", Marshal.SizeOf(data));
            accessor = mappedFile.CreateViewAccessor(0, Marshal.SizeOf(data));

        public static void GetData()
            // Make sure the map memory file is loaded
            if (mappedFile == null) OpenMumbleLink();

            // Read mapped memory file
            accessor.Read(0, out data);

                fixed (LinkedMem* _data = &data)
                    // Parse info
                    playerInfo.x = (float)(_data->fAvatarPosition[0]) * InchesPerMeter;
                    playerInfo.y = (float)(_data->fAvatarPosition[1]) * InchesPerMeter;
                    playerInfo.z = (float)(_data->fAvatarPosition[2]) * InchesPerMeter;
           = (int)_data->context[28] + ((int)_data->context[29] * 256);

How can I access the virtual memory mapped file and store the mumble link structure elements to my own structure?

Could someone help me or give me some hints to do this?

Edited by SturmGhost

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Just for clearence: Accessing the structure is allowed by game-developers

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