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Old 14th December 2011, 06:00 AM   #2471
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Hi Mark,

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I for one would be willing to have a pause between movements on a slider.
When I said that the sliders "freeze", I really meant it :-). Hornresp becomes completely unresponsive - the only way forward is to forcibly close the program using the Ctrl+Break keys, and then to start again.

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I'm getting tons of use out of the particle velocity numbers and I am almost ready to play and post some real life test results with a fancy anemometer.
Pleased to hear that the particle velocity chart is proving to be of some value :-).

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Old 14th December 2011, 12:48 PM   #2472
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Awe that just sucks.

I really wish I could assist in some manner. My fluency in programming is long distant memories.

Please be assured that I cannot express my gratitude enough for your very generous hard work. Most of what I design would be an order of magnitude more difficult if I had to use anything else.
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Old 14th December 2011, 04:39 PM   #2473
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Maybe you could have it calculate at mouse up event (when letting go of slider) and abort at mouse down (if calculating) when using isophase.

Could F5 toggle back to input screen when pressed in a graph view?
That would be a fairly good and fast way to calculate and revise.
Especially if the last used input field is marked when returning.
Then you could type, press F5 to check, press F5 again, and type a new number.
Not too inefficient.
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Old 14th December 2011, 04:51 PM   #2474
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If you type in the number you want and don't press enter, just F5, the cursor stays in the same box. Then you can press Esc to come back to the input window. However, you can't start typing a new value before you have deleted the old one.

Perhaps this could be changed, so that in the case you have typed a number and then just F5, and then get back to the input window, the text in the box is selected, so the old value disappears as soon as you start typing? Then the sequence could be

-type value
-F5 to calculate
-Esc to get back
-type new value
-repeat...

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Old 15th December 2011, 07:26 AM   #2475
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Hi David_Web,

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Maybe you could have it calculate at mouse up event (when letting go of slider) and abort at mouse down (if calculating) when using isophase.
Unfortunately with Microsoft Visual Basic 6, MouseDown and MouseUp events do not apply to either horizontal or vertical scroll bar objects.

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Could F5 toggle back to input screen when pressed in a graph view?
That would be a fairly good and fast way to calculate and revise.
Especially if the last used input field is marked when returning.
Then you could type, press F5 to check, press F5 again, and type a new number.
When in Edit mode, if you click the Calculate button rather than press the F5 key to calculate results, the Esc key can then be pressed to return to the main input screen with the last input field highlighted. I will have a look at how difficult it would be to change the functionality of the F5 key so that it works the same as for the Calculate button (as suggested by Bjørn), and possibly also to allow either the F5 key or the Esc key to be used to return to the main input screen (as suggested by you).

Thanks for your input - it is appreciated.

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Old 15th December 2011, 07:30 AM   #2476
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Perhaps this could be changed, so that in the case you have typed a number and then just F5, and then get back to the input window, the text in the box is selected, so the old value disappears as soon as you start typing?
Thanks Bjørn - I will see what I can do :-).

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Old 15th December 2011, 07:45 AM   #2477
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Please be assured that I cannot express my gratitude enough for your very generous hard work. Most of what I design would be an order of magnitude more difficult if I had to use anything else.
Hi Mark,

Thanks for your kind words - positive feedback such as this is what keeps me going :-).

It is very nice indeed to know that Hornresp is appreciated and valued by users.

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Old 15th December 2011, 10:18 AM   #2478
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Very much so. In fact, this is quite old, but even before the PAR function was available, Hornresp was quite accurate:

Sim vs real world:

Click the image to open in full size.

One question:

Would it be possible to extend the graphs down to 5Hz on the display screen?

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Old 16th December 2011, 08:06 AM   #2479
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Would it be possible to extend the graphs down to 5Hz on the display screen?
Hi maxmercy,

Thanks for the feedback on Hornresp accuracy.

Extending the chart frequency range down to 5 hertz would complicate things greatly :-).

Frequencies below 10 hertz can of course be individually sampled, and the results manually added to the exported chart data for plotting in Excel or similar, if so desired.

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Old 18th December 2011, 10:10 AM   #2480
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Default Hornresp Update

Hi Everyone,

Hornresp Version 28.90 has just been released. Changes are:

1. The F5 function key now operates as proposed in Post # 2475:

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Sequence:

- Type value
- Press F5 to calculate
- Press F4 to compare with previous result (optional)
- Press F5 to return to input window
- Type new value
- Repeat...

2. The Help file is presented differently, and the contents can now be exported to a text file. The inclusion of the export option was prompted in part by the PDF file request from Zero D in Post # 2364:

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To navigate through the Help file use either the vertical scroll bar provided, or the UpArrow, DownArrow, PageUp, PageDown, Home and End keys.

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