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Fred wrote:
Yeah, I set the default in the code to be 16 16 for you a while back, all tables are that now, though in future if a tuning app supports it they could easily all be different and the firmware wouldn't care.

the lambda table is 6
the ignition table is 8

the format, size, structure, offsets, are all the same, only the location id and the cell value/unit transformations are different. details for that copy/paste from above:

"ign timing table same as ve but cells are raw/1024 = deg btdc and lamda, cells same as var returned?"

meaning:
* a lambda cell has /32768
* a ign cell has /1024

What did you mean with "(18:10:56) Dave: number don't change in the gui properly either, but i'll fix that tomorrow maybe" ? I guess I'll find out soon :-)


It means when you do a restore, the gui won't change to reflect the difference from the backup yet. you need to click on "get data from ecu" and then it'll refresh.. the backup restore is a pain because it does 42 location ID's (all indexable tables that freeems tells me about, since Idon't have any XML or other info telling me what's not needed to be backed up)

also q/w/+/- don't update the text but the values DO change, i need to fix those so they properly handle the conversion, they just increment the RAW ecu value by +/-1 /10, not the gui value, so for things that have a conversion like /1024 the gui value doesn't appear to change due to lack of significant digits.

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Thu Mar 03, 2011 1:20 pm
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Thanks Dave, that is good to know!

When I asked for some way of saving data, I was expecting you'd just make the table import/export thing work, that would have been good enough for now, and also would allow me to pull in my ms map (maybe) as a base tune, though I'm not sure how/if that would work. The table export thing would probably give me something readable too, right? Or not? Excuse me being an mtx noob, I'm trying! :-)

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what do you mean the lambda table is 6 and ignition table is 8? is that 6x6, 8x8? or are those LOCATION ID's? I'm nto psychic, you need to be COMPLETELY CLEAR!!!!!

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Sat Mar 05, 2011 2:41 pm
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Name: Lambda Table
LocationID: 6
ConversionFromECUToDisplay: x/32768
ConversionFromDisplayToECU: x*32768
Unit: Lambda

Name: Ignition Table Main
LocationID: 8
ConversionFromECUToDisplay: x/1024
ConversionFromDisplayToECU: x*1024
Unit: Degrees BTDC

Same structure, offset, size, dimensions as the existing VE table, 16x16.

How's that? :-)

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Sat Mar 05, 2011 2:55 pm
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Done

Tab labels are wrong, but i don't care right now..

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Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:43 am
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Great! :-) I'll try to get you that Ignition timing data ASAP.

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