Highlight cells in Scal tables

Any feature requests for the Syvecs Engine Control Systems
ZekeO
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Re: Highlight cells in Scal tables

Post by ZekeO »

I really appreciate the tips! I'll try it when I get to the //\3 this weekend.
RICE RACING
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Re: Highlight cells in Scal tables

Post by RICE RACING »

ZekeO wrote: Thu Oct 28, 2021 2:04 am I really appreciate the tips! I'll try it when I get to the //\3 this weekend.
NP, hope it helps.

Here is my own shit heap :roll: you can see there are allot of calibrations, but not all cars are as complex, some though you have a dash, a PDU, other add on boxes that have their own cal files, its easy/common to get 50 or more cals to set things up along the way and its always handy to go back easily and see all changes. Some people do things a bit differently by date ID which is fine when looking in explorer etc, but I find inside the software having an ID of the customer then version number is best, it can be ordered correctly and all the info you put under cal comments which you can easily see as you float your pointer over the files before selecting which one you want to load or pastecal load in.

Lots and lots of people dont get that it can take years if just one person is assigned with making a whole car package work, again I can tell you from experience depending on how complete it is not uncommon to have across all boxes about 1000 calibrations in the life time of setting it up, so getting yourself organized is the best first step you can make.
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