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View Poll Results: What would you like in regards to a UDC copy/paste function?
- Just from Excel/OO Calc to our table? 8 47.06%
- Select a complete map from a file and copy it to another? 6 35.29%
- Select an area from a file and copy it to another? 3 17.65%
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Old 12-28-2012, 03:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation POLL - UDC Copy/Paste Function

1- Just from Excel/OO Calc to our table?

2- Select a complete map from a file and copy it to another?

3- Select an area from a file and copy it to another?

Lets have your thoughts in a poll!
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would have to say after seeing UDC in person but not actually manipulating it. That a copy and paste from an existing map would be a better feature for me. Also all 3 would be awesome so if it was in any order I would say 2, 3, 1.
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In priority order I would like to see 2, 1, 3..

Most importantly is to allow the ability to copy duration/timing/fueling tables into any type of programmer file i.e. use a S06 timing table in a Smarty Jr. or SSR tune and vise versa. Make all tables & maps interchangeable between programmers so as not to start from a stock tune when building multiple tunes for multiple programmers..

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I would also want to be able to view multiple platform files in the comparison feature, and if I like what I see, be able to copy parts or whole areas. Be nice to have the window scroll right or left to the ends of the tables when your pointer reaches the edge of the screen.
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In priority order I would like to see 2, 1, 3..

Most importantly is to allow the ability to copy duration/timing/fueling tables into any type of programmer file i.e. use a S06 timing table in a Smarty Jr. or SSR tune and vise versa. Make all tables & maps interchangeable between programmers so as not to start from a stock tune when building multiple tunes for multiple programmers..

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I would also want to be able to view multiple platform files in the comparison feature, and if I like what I see, be able to copy parts or whole areas. Be nice to have the window scroll right or left to the ends of the tables when your pointer reaches the edge of the screen.
I would also second this....
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I say #1. The ability to use a timing calculator in excel and then copy/paste it into UDC would save a TON of time!

to/from excel is my number 1.

2 and 3 already exist with the current UDC, as long as the files can be compared. When I swapped from Jr to Sr I couldn't compare the files so had to do each cell by hand. But again copy/paste from excel would allow for this as well.
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I say #1. The ability to use a timing calculator in excel and then copy/paste it into UDC would save a TON of time!

to/from excel is my number 1.

2 and 3 already exist with the current UDC, as long as the files can be compared. When I swapped from Jr to Sr I couldn't compare the files so had to do each cell by hand. But again copy/paste from excel would allow for this as well.
My feelings exactly.

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I say #1. The ability to use a timing calculator in excel and then copy/paste it into UDC would save a TON of time!

to/from excel is my number 1.

2 and 3 already exist with the current UDC, as long as the files can be compared. When I swapped from Jr to Sr I couldn't compare the files so had to do each cell by hand. But again copy/paste from excel would allow for this as well.
This is true, I would like to be able to copy from the UDC tables to Excel also.. A standard excel timing calculator should be available for everyone to utilize..
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How bout explaining what this is so us dumb asses can understand. Thanks
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How bout explaining what this is so us dumb asses can understand. Thanks
Explain what exactly?

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To clarify my vote for #1, I think it needs to be a to/from excel, not just from.
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