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Old 12th November 2012, 03:58 PM   #211
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This is the advanced mode with the stock model.
I am not familar with this mode yet as the last version I had worked with was 2.18.
When ever I tried to enter any data(my first move was the start area) it would error and would not let me continue and would error on any other move I tried to make including trying to get into the basic mode.

Once I restarted the program I was able too first get into basic mode and then I could enter the data but as a stated I had to do this twice in order to see the changes.

Other than that if I run into any more serious issues I will use the email instead as requested.

Thank you!

jer

P.S. I just tried the new update and now it is not accepting any new data,Again I was just changing the start area ( in basic mode) to begin with from stock .15 to .1 and also .5 and it would change it back to .15 and show no changes.

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Old 12th November 2012, 04:31 PM   #212
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Hmmm......Edit button......Okay, I got now!
Sorry about the confusion!!
I was not aware of this function from prior versions.

Thanks!!

jer

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Old 12th November 2012, 06:45 PM   #213
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Thanks schmeet! Very nice program. Not to mention to make it available.
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Old 15th November 2012, 02:27 PM   #214
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Hmm. I have been using the program a fair bit over the last couple of days and I'm not happy with the new Basic Mode and the conversion between the two, it introduces errors and strange things can happen.

Unless you all object profusely I think i will remove the basic mode and concentrate more on the advanced mode again to make it more user friendly.

Anyone have any thoughts?
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Old 15th November 2012, 02:29 PM   #215
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Please do if it makes it easier for you! Personally I am not using the basic mode.
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Old 15th November 2012, 03:41 PM   #216
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Yeah, I just don't think it's right for now. Its just not stable enough yet.
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Old 15th November 2012, 04:15 PM   #217
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I think the basic mode is a good idea, but obviously...

FWIW, usually, when I'm about 2/3s done, I stop and start over. The trouble is, you never really know where you're going when you start, so you make a best guess and go from there. It's always a tough decision to start over, but when I do, I end up with something that's more modular, more readable, more easily expandable, and that last 1/3 is easily done.
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I think the basic mode is a good idea, but obviously...

FWIW, usually, when I'm about 2/3s done, I stop and start over. The trouble is, you never really know where you're going when you start, so you make a best guess and go from there. It's always a tough decision to start over, but when I do, I end up with something that's more modular, more readable, more easily expandable, and that last 1/3 is easily done.
When I write code I use the accordion method. I expand it, then compress it, then expand it, then compress it…
I have in more recent times tried to adopt a more modular approach.
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Old 16th November 2012, 02:46 AM   #219
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I suggest 2 separate programs, one basic, one advanced. That should solve the problem and keep the functionality. But please don't forget to work on variable port placement in basic mode.

I think it's essential for beginners to start in basic mode. If there's no basic mode you are going to lose a lot of people right off the bat.
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Old 16th November 2012, 08:32 AM   #220
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I suggest 2 separate programs, one basic, one advanced. That should solve the problem and keep the functionality. But please don't forget to work on variable port placement in basic mode.

I think it's essential for beginners to start in basic mode. If there's no basic mode you are going to lose a lot of people right off the bat.
Whilst i agree with you, and it would be nice to have a large user base. I would prefer my program to be a more advanced modelling program that can be used to model complex geometries that might not be possible in other software. (Without having to resort to things like akabak).

I will try and get back to having a basic mode, I just don't think that its working at this moment in time and it will inhibit further development.

(Variable port placement will come eventually!)
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