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Compound loading 6th order quarterwave "Super Planar" horns and pipes concepts/builds
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Old 14th January 2018, 05:27 AM   #751
David McBean is offline David McBean  Australia
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Talking about bugs, in troubleshooting this, I think I ran into a bug with Hornresp. Using F6 to refresh the import in the "Loudspeaker Wizard" apparently doesn't change the value of S6 to match what's in the current import file.
Hi Brian,

Further to my Post #748, could you please post a copy of a data file exported from boxplan-splanar.xlsm so that I can import it into Hornresp for testing purposes. Alternatively, simply post an xls version of your boxplan-splanar worksheet and I can export the test data myself. Many thanks.

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Old 14th January 2018, 12:13 PM   #752
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Hi Brian,

Further to my Post #748, could you please post a copy of a data file exported from boxplan-splanar.xlsm so that I can import it into Hornresp for testing purposes. Alternatively, simply post an xls version of your boxplan-splanar worksheet and I can export the test data myself. Many thanks.

Kind regards,

David
Hi David, I've attached a zip file containing the workbook in both versions of Excel. It also contains a few bug-fixes, one pretty major, so it should be used in place of the previous versions.
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Hi David, I've attached a zip file containing the workbook in both versions of Excel. It also contains a few bug-fixes, one pretty major, so it should be used in place of the previous versions.
Excellent, thanks Brian.
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I never allowed for the possibility of a compound horn design being imported into the Loudspeaker Wizard.
When I get a chance I will have a look at what can be done to hopefully fix the problem.
The problem has been fixed in the latest release:

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Hi David, I've attached a zip file containing the workbook in both versions of Excel. It also contains a few bug-fixes, one pretty major, so it should be used in place of the previous versions.
AWESOME STUFF BRIAN!

Thank you so very much for making this .....

and that is good news on the two options for excel files, i will give the new one a try now
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