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Old 28th October 2011, 09:55 PM   #2361
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This'll cost ya...

Go to the input screen and have a look in the menus...

It's called the Loudspeaker Wizard... CTRL+E
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Old 29th October 2011, 05:41 AM   #2362
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This'll cost ya...
How much

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Go to the input screen and have a look in the menus...

It's called the Loudspeaker Wizard... CTRL+E
Please see my screenies. I can't see how to launch LW from the Menu Bar ? Also that & several other options are Greyed out in the default design ?

TIA
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Old 29th October 2011, 06:05 AM   #2363
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I can't see how to launch LW from the Menu Bar ?
Hi Zero D,

The Loudspeaker Wizard tool works with single segment conical and parabolic horns, and all multiple segment horns. The tool can be accessed from the Input Parameters window when in edit mode, by selecting the Tools > Loudspeaker Wizard menu command.

See page 11 of the Hornresp Help file for further information.

To quickly see how the tool operates, simply display the input window for default record 1, press the Add button to create a new record, and then select Tools > Loudspeaker Wizard.

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Old 29th October 2011, 05:49 PM   #2364
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@ David McBean

Hi & Thanks for posting, & the program, i'm now able to locate the sliders etc

I love the fact that HR is a no install App, no registry entries etc etc

Would it be possible for you to transfer the help file over to a PDF & include that seperately ? I believe that being able to resize the HF would be a bonus

Also i realise it's probably asking a lot but could you please consider, if it's possible that is ? allowing us to have multiple interactive windows open at once. I think being able to view/change etc the design in this way, rather than having to flick backwards/forwards between one another, would make it a lot easier to envisage the bigger picture, literally !

I've designed/built numerous successful speaker/sound etc systems over the years, even before i got a PC using Richard Smalls etc papers, but designing horns & TH's is a new adventure for me. So consider me a newbie in this respect

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Old 29th October 2011, 06:00 PM   #2365
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Not very hard actually.

I use a program called PDF creator.

If David added that in there would be a lot larger file.

And I like the latest version that is out. Looks great David!

Seems that all the little gremlins are vanquished.
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Old 30th October 2011, 07:02 AM   #2366
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Hi Zero D,

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I love the fact that HR is a no install App, no registry entries etc etc
I like to keep things as simple as possible :-).

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Would it be possible for you to transfer the help file over to a PDF & include that seperately ?
Sorry, it's not going to happen :-).

In the circumstances, perhaps the best thing to do might be to print out a hard copy of the Help file direct from Hornresp and keep it handy - it only requires 11 sheets of paper. Items of particular interest can be highlighted with a marking pen for ready reference.

Alternatively, the PDF file kindly provided by Mark above can be used.

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I believe that being able to resize the HF would be a bonus
Sorry, it's not going to happen :-).

I assume you are aware that both the Hornresp program and Help file can be viewed together? Simply move the displayed Help file from directly above the program.

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Also i realise it's probably asking a lot but could you please consider, if it's possible that is ? allowing us to have multiple interactive windows open at once.
Sorry, it's not going to happen :-).

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I've designed/built numerous successful speaker/sound etc systems over the years, even before i got a PC using Richard Smalls etc papers, but designing horns & TH's is a new adventure for me.
In that case, I hope you find Hornresp to be a useful new design tool.

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Old 30th October 2011, 07:09 AM   #2367
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Not very hard actually.

I use a program called PDF creator.

If David added that in there would be a lot larger file.

And I like the latest version that is out. Looks great David!

Seems that all the little gremlins are vanquished.
Thanks Mark.

As always, if you do happen to find any bugs, please let me know :-).

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Old 30th October 2011, 10:14 AM   #2368
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If David added that in there would be a lot larger file.
Hi, i wasn't thinking of DM adding it into the main program, but as an extra in the Folder

Thanks for taking the time to make the PDF

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I like to keep things as simple as possible
Haha, yes simple in that respect

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I assume you are aware that both the Hornresp program and Help file can be viewed together?
Indeed i am, but resizing isn't possible

Re - Having multiple interactive windows open at once

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Sorry, it's not going to happen
Ahh well, no harm in asking/wishing/hoping That really would be the icing on the cake though

Thanks anyway for ALL you've done, & continue to do

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Old 31st October 2011, 03:55 PM   #2369
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@ David McBean

Hi,

Cms is shown as for eg = 4.00E-04 What do they mean, & why can't we enter in m/N ?

Rms & Le arn't always quoted in driver TSP's, but i'm presuming these are auto calculated by HR ?

I don't see anywhere to enter Xmax, so how is DD arrived at ?

Also when clicking on some Data Entry Boxes i get popups for entering Vas & fs etc, & asking if other parameters are correct. I think it would be clearer/easier, for us to be able to have extra DEB's to enter these directly.

If i've missed anything etc, i appologise in advance, = freshman

TIA

@ mwmkravchenko

I've manged to modify your nice PDF, & highlighted in Yellow the text that was highlighted in Green in HR's Help File. Hope you don't mind.
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Old 1st November 2011, 03:39 AM   #2370
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Hi Zero D,

From the Help file: "...Moving the mouse pointer over an object or message on the input parameters window displays a context-sensitive explanatory note in the status bar panel at the bottom of the window."

I happen to like the T/S parameter entry in Hornresp.

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