M settings button in LINUX

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Re: M settings button in LINUX

Post by johnh » Wed Apr 13, 2016 10:52 pm

csw900 wrote: By the way (if its not a secret) what is contained in the .cbo file?
The .cbo file contains the 'memory' of your combination (piston) settings.

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Re: M settings button in LINUX

Post by Jim Henry » Thu Apr 14, 2016 1:08 am

johnh wrote:
csw900 wrote: By the way (if its not a secret) what is contained in the .cbo file?
The .cbo file contains the 'memory' of your combination (piston) settings.

---john.
Correct. And you can use "Save combo as..." to create named .cbo files that can be loaded with "Load combo" to save as many settings as you want.

.cbo files are not human readable. You can use Export and Import memory level to write out or read in the combinations for the current memory level as a .csv (comma separated value) file. These are human readable but not overly human friendly. There isn't much error checking when importing a .csv file so it is up to you to provide a correct file. Reading a bad file won't do any permanent damage though.
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