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Old 25th October 2008, 03:52 PM   #241
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'In focus' just means the field is highlighted, not in the Horn Wizard window. You can also double click the field and a flare type selection window will pop up:

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Old 25th October 2008, 04:09 PM   #242
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'In focus' just means the field is highlighted, not in the Horn Wizard window. You can also double click the field and a flare type selection window will pop up:

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I double click on the L12 field, and nothing happens. If I click on L34 field, I get only two selections in the "horn flare" window: Conical and exponential.

Below is the part of the explanation I can't understand.
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Old 25th October 2008, 04:50 PM   #243
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Right, clicking on any other than L12 just gets the two choices. Anyway, not sure what you don't understand, but if you can't get it to work by either highlighting the L12 field and typing in H, O, etc., or double clicking it to get the flare selection window, then the only thing I know to do is try uninstalling/reinstalling it.

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Old 25th October 2008, 05:42 PM   #244
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Well, right clicking never brings up the "horn flare" window on my system. Double left clicking L34 or L45 does. All versions that I tried does not work. I've done all the clciking and double clicking all over the place. I guess I will try on a non-AMD cpu computer and see what happens. Installation is basically just extracting the files to the designated directory.
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Old 26th October 2008, 07:04 AM   #245
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I just downloaded the latest Hornresp, and have some difficulty creating the model. In the help file it tells you to when you have L12 in focus you can type H, L, O, etc to get the type of flare you want. However, when I do this, nothing happens.
Hi soongsc,

1. Start Hornresp.
2. Ensure that record 1 is displayed.
3. Click the 'Add' button to create a new record.
4. Highlight the 'Con' input box.
5. Press the 'H' key on your keyboard.

You have now specified a hyperbolic-exponential flare.

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Old 26th October 2008, 12:07 PM   #246
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Thanks for the key to the mystery David.



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4. Highlight the 'Con' input box.
5. Press the 'H' key on your keyboard.

You have now specified a hyperbolic-exponential flare.

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Ah, now the other sections cannot be modified. I had in mind to set different sections according to different flare rules. Is it not possible?
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Old 27th October 2008, 07:46 AM   #247
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Ah, now the other sections cannot be modified. I had in mind to set different sections according to different flare rules. Is it not possible?
Hi soongsc,

Multiple segment horns are limited to conical and exponential expansions (flare rates can be positive, negative, or zero). As explained on page 1 of the Hornresp Help file, horn systems can have an oblate spheroidal waveguide, a single Le Cléac'h, tractrix, spherical wave or Salmon's family hyperbolic-exponential flare segment, or up to four conical and/or exponential flare segments connected in series.

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Old 27th October 2008, 01:54 PM   #248
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Hi David,
I was hoping to add a better mouth to the OS wave guide. Other horn systems seem to have nice lips. But I think I'll just try some other options for now.

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Old 27th October 2008, 05:26 PM   #249
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Hi David,
I was hoping to add a better mouth to the OS wave guide. Other horn systems seem to have nice lips. But I think I'll just try some other options for now.

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Ditto. That would be my one other part I would like in the program, but I'm not going to ask for it. I've seen an OS with a trax mouth integrated, but I suspect it won't make a lot of difference in simulation.
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Well, I can't say for sure, but if some software had the capability, it certainly opens more doors to explore the possibilities in a short time.
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