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Old 16th August 2012, 10:14 PM   #2761
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Hi David,

It would be great, if you could add boolean operators to the Find... function. Maybe it's just me, but sometimes I have a hard time finding a simultion, that I know I had :-).

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Old 17th August 2012, 09:28 AM   #2762
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It would be great, if you could add boolean operators to the Find... function.
Hi Oliver,

I am guessing that you must have quite a few records in your Hornresp.dat data file, to make such a request :-). Unfortunately, adding AND, OR and NOT operators to the Find tool would require a lot of work. As an alternative - perhaps you could come up with a way of commenting on your different designs in a consistent manner, using standard descriptions to make it a bit easier to track down particular records?

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Old 17th August 2012, 11:12 AM   #2763
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I have had similar problems. I date each one of my files, and put in good descriptors.

Have not been able to get the memory function in the wizard to listen to me. Maybe I have to read the manual.....
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Old 17th August 2012, 02:43 PM   #2764
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It would be nice if the find dialogue would start with the list in reverse order. 98% of the time you need what's at the end not the beginning.
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Old 17th August 2012, 03:38 PM   #2765
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Hi David,

I was afraid that would be your answer, and yes I have (too) many entries by now, and I manage to muddle through, and find what I'm looking for. Thank you again for your wonderful tool.

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Old 17th August 2012, 11:59 PM   #2766
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I manage by organising my entries into projects - keeping all related designs together. I implement this by keeping multiple copies of Hornresp, each in its own folder. (Each folder contains its own copy of Hornresp.exe and associated files.) It looks like this:
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Hornresp -+
          +- Tapped Horns 
          +- Ported
          +- CS2344
          +- etc
If I need to transfer a design from one to another, I export it and move the export to the import folder of the destination instance.
This also allows running two or more copies of Hornresp simultaneously. If I'm working on a design and want to refer to another design that isn't in the current database, I can start the copy that does have the design.

Going from one copy to multiples is easy.

- Make as many copies of your hornresp folder as you need. Give the folders appropriate names.

- Each copy is now a clone of the original. Open Hornresp in each one in turn and delete all records that you don't want in that project.

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Old 18th August 2012, 03:28 AM   #2767
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Hi Don,

Thanks, I'm sure that's one way of doing it.

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Old 18th August 2012, 07:27 AM   #2768
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Have not been able to get the memory function in the wizard to listen to me.
Hi Mark,

Pressing keyboard function keys F1 to F4 should enable up to four sets of slider values to be temporarily stored, and pressing keys Ctrl+F1 to Ctrl+F4 should enable those values to then be retrieved. It is not actually necessary to use the Store / Recall buttons provided under the Memory option. The stored slider settings are only retained in memory for the time that the Loudspeaker Wizard is open - they are not saved between sessions (things could get a bit confusing otherwise).

Could you please let me know if the Hornresp Loudspeaker Wizard memory functionality is not working as outlined above. Thanks.

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Old 18th August 2012, 07:41 AM   #2769
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It would be nice if the find dialogue would start with the list in reverse order. 98% of the time you need what's at the end not the beginning.
Hi Dan,

Simply highlight record 001, press the End key, and then use the Up arrow / PgUp keys to navigate through the records in reverse order - it works for me :-).

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Hi Dan,

Simply highlight record 001, press the End key, and then use the Up arrow / PgUp keys to navigate through the records in reverse order - it works for me :-).

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Thanks David I'll give it a shot.
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