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    User Defined Definition Area

    Is it possible for you guy's to implement an "info" window at the bottom of the window much like you have in the editor when you hover over a parameter it gives you a definition of what that parameter does? I've applied definitions to most all the parameters I map out but sometimes the "bubble" isn't large enough to display the full title for said parameter and hovering over it with our description would be a huge benefit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSxpwrdZ View Post
    Is it possible for you guy's to implement an "info" window at the bottom of the window much like you have in the editor when you hover over a parameter it gives you a definition of what that parameter does? I've applied definitions to most all the parameters I map out but sometimes the "bubble" isn't large enough to display the full title for said parameter and hovering over it with our description would be a huge benefit.
    That and being able to resize the window would be awesome.

    And being able to use patches.

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    The software has gone through huge improvements over the last 2 years or so, but needs to move on and evolve out of the Microsoft Excel type architecture.

    Don't get me wrong, it is still#1 in my book but bringing the GUI out of that type of structure and into a more modern one would be huge.
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    Can you post some screenshots with some circles/etc.. highlighting what you're looking for?
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    YES !!!! I agree with those comments. Please!!!

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    Yes, please!!

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    The above is a big one, description pulled from XDF into the lower portion just like HPT mapped tables. While you're at it put the min/max possible value in the description window also.

    To add to the above:

    -Display axis labels/units listed in the XDF definition
    -Option for 3D model/display of tables user defined
    -Allow compare file (obviously would need to be the same OS so memory locations of tables match up)
    -When editing values inside the tables allow precision +/- adjustments based on resolution like normal tables in HPT, Currently all adjustments are 1.0+/-


    Those things would make life much easier as is. Further options like having software auto-load the xdf files with a file for that OS and assign the parameters a location within the different areas of the tunes rather than all in one user window would be awesome to do in the future.

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    patches are my big thing.

    I cannot tune a vehicle without being able to load in patches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by decipha View Post
    patches are my big thing.

    I cannot tune a vehicle without being able to load in patches.
    Yeah, patches are another thing I would really like to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSxpwrdZ View Post
    The above is a big one, description pulled from XDF into the lower portion just like HPT mapped tables. While you're at it put the min/max possible value in the description window also.

    To add to the above:

    -Display axis labels/units listed in the XDF definition
    -Option for 3D model/display of tables user defined
    -Allow compare file (obviously would need to be the same OS so memory locations of tables match up)
    -When editing values inside the tables allow precision +/- adjustments based on resolution like normal tables in HPT, Currently all adjustments are 1.0+/-


    Those things would make life much easier as is. Further options like having software auto-load the xdf files with a file for that OS and assign the parameters a location within the different areas of the tunes rather than all in one user window would be awesome to do in the future.

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    Bump!!
    James Short - James@ShorTuning.com
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