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+1 for offline mode, there i was, just yesterday, saying how good it was that it prompted, how short sighted of me! :-) To be able to send an entire table down the the ram or even flash and have an ack packet come back to say "got it" would be awesome. Another button at the top "send table to ram" that worked would be awesome :-)

As rob said, tweaking over a nice glass of wine and loading to the car in the morning would be great :-)

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Fri Nov 06, 2009 5:32 am
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Tuning idea :

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The cell colours! Rob likes the blue one as a current operating zone cell, and the white one as "i'm tuning this" cell. I couldn't see which cell he was tuning AT ALL today with the sunlight on the screen :-/ If we could make that aspect better, it would be awesome. Both tuning and running cells need to be obvious, really. Next feature when you get a minute? today/tomorrow. if not, don't worry as it's usable as is :-) the syncing to the ecu ideas need more thought/work more importantly than the highlighting issue.

Thanks for all your work mate, just awesome.

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Rob suggested that it would be nice to be able to copy and paste regions of the table. In particular it would be very nice to be able to grab a row or column and bang it into another row or column as is and then adjust it afterwards. Something to keep in mind for sure. We should also look at what mtx does and see if there are any tricks to learn from it :-)

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There are no tricks to learn from MTX I assure you.

Copy/Paste regions of the map was certainly on my list of requirements. I guess you're quickly running into handfuls of features you could make use of today. Aaron, just make sure you don't toss features in without making sure the UI stays simple.

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BenFenner wrote:
Aaron, just make sure you don't toss features in without making sure the code stays clean.

Fixed! :-)

Yeah, the car is tuned and the next real user will be a while away, but it is true that all of the above things would have made life easier.

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Fred wrote:
BenFenner wrote:
Aaron, just make sure you don't toss features in without making sure the code stays clean.

Fixed! :-)

Yeah, the car is tuned and the next real user will be a while away, but it is true that all of the above things would have made life easier.

Fred.


Before new features, I will be creating a test framework and then cleaning up the code :) It needs to be clean to stay clean :P

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sry_not4sale wrote:
It needs to be clean to stay clean :P

Amen! :-) See you in a few weeks! :-)

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BTW, I take back what I said about more colour range, it is mint as is :-) See a recent screenshot for proof :-)

Saw this last night, thought you might like it :

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It's been a bumpy road but I finally fixed what I'm sure will be my last major problem with the car last night. I still have some work to do on the car, but mentally it isn't taking up space in my brain anymore which leaves a great big void for messing with the tuner.

In the coming days or weeks I will be going through the process of getting my development environment up and going again. I might be able to dust off and resume where I left off, or I may start over completely.

Aaron I think I asked you this before, but would it be best to try to update my code by using git to pull down all the new changes, or would it be better to just start from scratch on that end? I'd like my new commits to build upon my old commits in the git hub stats if that's at all possible (narcissistic I know). I'll have to make sure I catch you on an instant messenger at some point if you're willing to give me a few bullet points about what I need to do to get back into things.


I'm so happy to be dealing with AEM's tuner instead of MegaTune on my car. I get really excited about a good tuner. I don't know why, I just do. I can't wait to see FreeEMS's tuner become even better than that in the future and I know I can help make that happen.

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Good stuff mate :D

BenFenner wrote:
Aaron I think I asked you this before, but would it be best to try to update my code by using git to pull down all the new changes, or would it be better to just start from scratch on that end? I'd like my new commits to build upon my old commits in the git hub stats if that's at all possible (narcissistic I know). I'll have to make sure I catch you on an instant messenger at some point if you're willing to give me a few bullet points about what I need to do to get back into things.

Hey man, no worries.

(writes a big speel on merging/pulling/pushing/conflicts... then deletes it)

I just remembered you were pushing to a branch in my repo. Probably best now that you fork a copy of the tuner repo to your own account, and use that. That will mean you will be all up to date, you will still be tagged in your old commits, and everything should be a lot simpler in the future :) So in other words, start your local copy from scratch.

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I get really excited about a good tuner. I don't know why, I just do. I can't wait to see FreeEMS's tuner become even better than that in the future and I know I can help make that happen.

oh, HELL YEAH ;)

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