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SmartyUDCsw - Application Guide
SmartyUDCsw - Application Guide
1 Disclaimer of Liability
THIS IS A HIGH PERFORMANCE PRODUCT USE AT YOUR OWN
RISK.
This product is intended for OFF ROAD USE ONLY.
This product is not intended to be used to break the law.
Do not use this product until you have read the following agreement.
This agreement sets forth the terms and conditions for the use of this product.
The installation of this product indicates that the buyer has read and understands
this agreement and accepts the terms and conditions.
1.1 DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
SMARTY Performance King SA, it’s distributors, jobbers and dealers (hereafter Seller) shall
be in no way responsible for the product’s proper uses and service. THE BUYER HEREBY
WAIVES ALL LIABILITY CLAIMS.
The buyer acknowledges that he is not relying on the Sellers skill or judgment to select of
furnish goods suitable for any particular purpose and that there are no liabilities which
extend beyond the description on the face hereof, and the buyer hereby waivers all
remedies or liabilities expressed or implied, arising by law or otherwise (including without
any obligation of the seller with respect fitness, merchantability and consequential
damages) whatever or not occasioned by the sellers negligence.
The Seller disclaims any warranty and expressly disclaims any liability for personal injury
and damages. The buyer acknowledges and agrees that the disclaimer of any liability for
personal injury is a material term for this agreement and the buyer agrees to indemnify the
Seller and to hold the Seller harmless from any claim related to the item of the equipment
purchased. Under no circumstances will the seller be liable for any damages or expenses by
reason of use or sale of any such equipment.
The Seller assumes no liability regarding the improper installation or misapplication of its
products.
It is the installers responsibility to check for proper installation and in doubt contact the
manufacturer.
The buyer is solely responsible for all warranty issues from the manufacturer.
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1.2 LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
SMARTY Performance King SA (Hereafter Seller) gives Limited Warranty as to description,
quality, merchantability, and fitness for any particular purpose, productiveness, or any other
matter of the Seller’s product sold herewith. The Seller shall be in no way responsible for
the products proper use and service and the buyer hereby waives all rights other than those
expressly written herein. This warranty shall not be extended, altered or varied except to be
a written instrument signed by Seller and Buyer.
The warranty is limited to one (1) year from the date of sale and limited solely to the parts
contained within the products kit. All products that are in question of warranty must be
returned prepaid to the Seller and must be accompanied by a dated proof of purchase
receipt. All Warranty claims are subject to approval by SMARTY Performance King SA.
Under no circumstances will the Seller be liable for any labor charged or travel time incurred
by in diagnosis for defects, removal, or reinstallation of this product or any other contingent
expenses.
Under no circumstances will the Seller be liable for any damage or expenses incurred by
reason of the use or sale of any such equipment.
In the event that the buyer does not agree with this agreement: THE BUYER MAY PROMPTLY
RETURN THIS PRODUCT, IN A NEW AND UNUSED CONDITION, WITH A DATED PROOF OF
PURCHASE TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF
PURCHASE FOR A FULL REFUND.
THE INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT INDICATES THAT THE BUYER HAS READ
AND UNDERSTANDS THIS AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTS THE TERMS AND
CONDITIONS.
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2 What is the Smarty UDC tuning software?
UDC stands for User Defined CaTCHER. The Smarty UDC tuning software (PC based) is an
ADDITION to the already existing Smarty tuners. This means that the tuning software can
be used with any Smarty product, both already sold or new.
The Smarty tuner retains all of it's actual features. I.E. all power levels, options and possible
settings remain “as is”. In addition to the previous features there is now the possibility for
the customer to program the Smarty with his own modified parameters to fine tune his
truck. One more power level is added to Smarty's menu. The User Defined CaTCHER.
2.1 How it works
First thing, the Smarty tuner needs to be upgraded with the UDC feature. This is simply
done by updating the tuner with a new software release which is available for free download
from our website. This needs to be done only with a pre owned product. Once the UDC
software is released the tuners will leave our facility with the UDC feature already installed.
Then the Smarty UDC software will be able to identify the software for THAT truck and
provide certain STOCK parameters to the customer which can be tuned at will.
Once the customer has modified the stock parameters on the PC to his needs, he will then
download that SW to the Smarty. Now, the Smarty can program his truck with the User
Defined CaTCHER level.
2.2 Easy tuning!
Our highest priority for the UDC: “it has to be as simple as possible!”. Any professional
tuner will tell you that the most time consuming part in custom tuning is working out the
right “base tune”. I.E. a tune where all the parameters needed for the increased
performance (like: torque limiters, fuel limiters, boost limiters, just to mention very few)
are finely matched. There are hundreds of parameters that need to come together for a
smooth, powerful and trouble free base tune! That requires broad knowledge and hundreds
if not thousands dyno runs! Weeks if not months or years!
With the UDC, as the base software, the highest CaTCHER in the Smarty is used and the
customer then needs to fine tune only the most performance relevant parameters.
For example, for the Cummins CR 5.9L these engine operation parameters are:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Duration (how long the fuel is injected->The fuel quantity).
Timing (when the fuel is injected in relation to the TDC).
Rail Pressure.
Wastegate opening pressure (where applicable).
Torque management (more or less sensitive throttle).
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It is now possible in very short time to finely match the above mentioned parameters to the
truck's needs. In addition, we will provide “sample” tunes from the real tuning world. It is
then possible to copy all (or part !) of these into a customer's software. A very good starting
point for everybody's needs! Combine this with the “tuning tips” that we provide in the
UDC software and fine tuning becomes
EASY!
The previously mentioned tuning sample document files can be copied and pasted into the
customer's software. The resulting tuning file can be eventually shared exporting it in
“sample” format.
It is possible to write a modified file into Smarty but it can NOT be read from the Smarty
later on! This is most important for example the tuning shop that needs to protect the hard
work.
The software we write into the ECM is protected against read out. Thus, it is not possible to
simply read the ECM to get the tuning file. The reason for this is the same reason as above,
protect the hard work.
We don't need to read out the ECM! The Smarty already has the software's for all trucks on
board. Smarty only needs to identify the truck (Year / Tranny / Emissions / VIN#) this takes
two seconds (Needed only if Smarty is not already VIN# locked).
The features like the ability to alter certain parameters like for example the speed limiter;
rev limiter; shift defuel; depend upon the Smarty NOT upon the UDC SW!
Example: the JR does not provide the option to raise the rev limiter; that's not going to
change even with the UDC. Those parameters remain in Smarty's options.
There is no limit to the number of VIN# licenses that can be used with the same software
(Main Dongle) but the Smarty will remain as is; one truck at a time. In other words,
multiple vehicles require multiple Smarty's and license dongles but only one tuning software
main dongle.
The UDC SW can be downloaded from our website but fully works only when combined with
a main dongle.
For evaluation purposes, the UDC software downloaded from our website works as a Demo
version until it is used in combination with a Main Dongle. The Demo version can not save
any changes made to a file and can not communicate with the Smarty.
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3 Setup
3.1 Requirements
3.1.1 Minimum Hardware Requirements
CPU:
Pentium 1 GHz or higher.
RAM:
512 MB or more.
Video card:
3D accelerated;
OpenGL 1.1 compatible;
800x600 65,535 colors.
Disk space:
you may need up to 650 MB of available
(if MS Framework is not yet installed).
you may need up to 48 MB of available
(if MS Framework is already installed).
USB:
two free USB(2 or 3) ports.
One for the license dongle and one for the Smarty.
3.1.2 Supported Operating Systems
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
XP
Vista
Vista
7
7
8
8
32
32
64
32
64
32
64
bit Service
bit Service
bit Service
bit Service
bit Service
bit.
bit.
Pack
Pack
Pack
Pack
Pack
3.
2.
2.
1.
1.
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3.2 Software installation
Setup installs the following software:
SmartyUDCsw
Smarty Tuning Software
SmartyUSB
Smarty USB Update Program
FTDI Driver Setup
USB driver setup for the Smarty
FTDI Driver
USB driver for the Smarty
3.3 Details of the setup
During the installation the following parts are loaded on the “C” drive of your computer:
•
•
the folder ...\<program files>\SPK\SmartyUDCsw with the applications:
◦ SmartyUDCsw.exe and it's related files;
◦ SmartyUSB.exe;
◦ the folder ...\Documents\SmartyUDCsw contains the sub-folders:
▪ Demo contains the files:
• Demo documents.
▪ Dodge contains the folder:
• CTD contains the folders:
• JR, S06P e SSR each of those is then again organized in sub folders for
the different models and MY. They contain the:
◦ Sample documents.
The folder ...\<common application data>\SmartyUDCsw contains:
◦ the file “UDC settings” SmartyUDCsw.dat;
◦ The folder ...\<user application data>\SmartyUDCsw is empty, ready to
store the files produced when the SmartyUDCsw is first launched:
▪ ApplicationOptions.dat with the Basic options...;
▪ ApplicationUserData.dat with the User data....
A folder in the path: Start\All programs\SMARTY Performance King is installed. It
contains:
•
•
•
the link to Uninstall SmartyUDCsw and Tools;
the folder SmartyUDCsw contains the links to:
◦ Link to Application settings;
◦ Link to User settings;
◦ SmartyUDCsw Guide;
◦ SmartyUDCsw Quick Guide;
◦ SmartyUDCsw Tuning Tips;
◦ SmartyUDCsw.
the folder: Tools contains the links to:
◦ FTDI Driver Setup;
◦ Smarty USB Update Program.
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4 License management
There are two different types of licenses. The “Main” license which enables the full
functionality of the UDC tuning Software and the eventually added “VIN#” license. Both
consist in a USB dongle.
The VIN# license dongle works only in combination with the Main license dongle. If more
than one VIN# needs to be worked on, both need to be inserted into USB ports on the PC
the UDC tuning software is installed.
4.1 Application license (Main Dongle)
The “Main” license dongle is essential for the use of the full functionality of the “Smarty UDC
tuning software”. The Main dongle contains also the license for ONE VIN#. AKA, it is
possible to tune one vehicle with this license. Should the need arise to tune more than one
vehicle then additional VIN# licenses need to be purchased.
When the UDC tuning software is started without the main dongle inserted into an USB port
on the PC, the software will be executed in Demo mode with limited functionality.
When the software for the vehicle you intend to tune is read for the first time from the
Smarty, you will be asked if you want to use the available VIN# license for that vehicle. If
confirmed, the available license will be used for the vehicle and the tuning file is generated
and saved on the PC allowing the customer to gain access to the full functionality of the
UDC tuning software.
Attention!
Once the VIN# license has been used for a vehicle it is not possible to use the
same license on a second vehicle. You need to purchase an additional VIN# license
dongle!
4.2 Vehicle license
The VIN# license dongle is NOT essential for the use of the UDC tuning software! It
contains only one additional VIN# license should you need to tune more vehicles than the
VIN# contained in the main dongle.
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5 UDC settings
The “UDC settings” (the definitions for the tuning maps) are contained in the file
SmartyUDCsw.dat which can be found in the the folder <Application Data>\SmartyUDCsw
of your computer.
The installation of the UDC software prepares a link to the folder with the file
SmartyUDCsw.dat Start\All programs\SMARTY Performance
King\SmartyUDCsw\Link to Application settings.
Every time the UDC software is started, by default, the function Auto Update 'UDC
settings', checks through the internet if an new(er) version has become available (No data
is collected from your PC!). If there is a newer version, the information about the previous
and the new version are displayed. The customer is then asked if he wishes to download
and install the new version.
During the update of the “UDC settings” an update of the already present tuning files is
done automatically.
It is also possible to update the “UDC settings” manually through the internet or from the
hard disk drive through the function Update 'UDC settings'....
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6 Using Smarty with SmartyUDCsw
6.1 Connecting Smarty
The Smarty becomes available for the communication with the PC after a few seconds after
it has been connected to the USB port. You need to wait for the main menu to appear on
Smarty's display. Typically a couple seconds.
If more than one Smarty are connected to the USB ports, only the one connected to the
lowest numbered port will communicate with the UDC.
6.2 Setting the Smarty for the UDC
For the Smarty to work with the UDC tuning software you first need to update it's software
with a UDC enabled version from our website (If not already installed). This update is free
and can be found on our download page http://www.madselectronics.com/download.html.
6.3 Read the stock file from the Smarty
Once the Smarty is connected to the USB port with a standard USB printer cable (included
with the Main Dongle) the stock tables for your vehicle can be transferred from the Smarty
to the PC for modification with the UDC tuning software (From the top UDC menu select
Smarty then Read stock from Smarty).
Should the USB cable become disconnected during this process, no document will be
created and saved on the PC!
Warning!
The command Read stock from Smarty does NOT allow to read a custom tuned file
from the Smarty but only the stock one! Please keep a backup of your *.smarty
files!
6.4 Write the UDC to Smarty
Once the modifications to the table(s) have been done, to transfer those into the Smarty
select Smarty from the top menu and then “Write file to Smarty....” This process takes
about 10 seconds. Now you're ready to update your truck with the modified UDC
parameters.
The Smarty stores only one User Defined CaTCHER (stands for Clutch and Traction
Challenger, a performance software) which is overwritten at every update of the Smarty.
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Warning!
Please keep a backup of your *.smarty files!
Should the USB cable become disconnected during this process, please repeat the update.
Warning!
The User Defined CaTCHER file is erased from Smarty's memory during every
firmware update of the Smarty!
PLEASE! KEEP A BACKUP OF YOUR .smarty TUNING FILES!!!
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7 SmartyUDCsw Documents
All files created by the UDC tuning software use the extension .smarty (Dot smarty). We
refer to those files as “Documents” since they contain not only the tuning tables but also
various information about the vehicle, the UDC version used to create the file and so on.
7.1 Demo document
The Demo documents are for UDC software evaluation purposes only. The Demo
documents do not provide the full functionality of the UDC software. The Demo documents
are included in the UDC software as downloaded from our website.
Features:
YES
YES
NO
NO
Edit maps
Compare maps
Save the changes
Write the UDC file to Smarty
7.2 Standard document
The standard document is normally used for all UDC tuning software modifications and
operations. The standard document also contains the VIN# of the vehicle it is associated to.
The standard document can be opened / modified / written into Smarty, only if a matching
VIN# has been used in the Main or VIN# dongle! In addition, the standard document can be
written into a Smarty only if that Smarty is associated (VIN# locked) to the same VIN#.
The standard document is created automatically by the UDC tuning software when a file is
read from the Smarty. It is also possible to rename the standard document to your needs.
See also Read stock from Smarty..., Save as... and Document File Behavior.
Feature:
YES
YES
YES
YES
Edit maps
Compares maps
Save the changes
Write the UDC into Smarty
7.3 Sample document
The scope of a Sample document is file sharing. If a customer wishes to share his work with
others the standard document needs to be exported as a Sample. The Sample file does not
contain a VIN# and can be opened by all UDC customers without needing to use a VIN#
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license. Several Sample documents are included in the UDC tuning software download and
are meant as a base to start your own modifications. Not all features can be used with a
Sample document!
See also Export sample....
Feature:
NO
YES
NO
NO
Edit maps
Compares maps
Save the changes
Write the UDC into Smarty
7.4 Protected document
The scope of a protected document is to protect your know how and hard work. The
protected document can only be written into a Smarty with the matching to the document
VIN#. It can not be viewed, used for comparison, or copied. The professional tuner can
send these files to his customers without allowing anybody to see what modifications he has
done to the tables contained in it. The encryption of a protected file depends upon the
individual Main dongle used for the file. It can NOT be decrypted without THAT dongle!
Please keep a back-up of your files!!!
See also Export protected....
Feature:
NO
NO
NO
YES
Edit maps
Compares maps
Save the changes
Write the UDC into Smarty
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8 User interface
Title
Menu
Document tab
Left panel
Document Data
Map Selection
Map Info
Selected Map User
Notes
Width
Horizontal scroll bar
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Control box
Right panel
Main commands
Panel
Vertical track bar
Info cell Current /
Cursor
Vertical scroll bar
Unit Changes
Check button pan /
rotate
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8.1 Title bar
8.1.1 Title
The title shows the <product name> - <product configuration name> - <active document
name>.
If a comparison file is opened then the file name is added at the end of the string
(compared with <compared document name>).
If the file is read-only, the text "(Read Only)" is added to its name. The read-only files can
not be edited.
8.1.2 Control box
The control box provides buttons to minimize, maximize, or close the
window. Closing the window prompts the user to the confirmation to save
the changed files.
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8.2 Menu
8.2.1 File menu
8.2.1.1 Read stock from Smarty (CTRL+N)
Allows to read the stock file of your vehicle. In order to upload the stock file to your PC the
Smarty first needs to know with which vehicle he has to work with. This can be done in two
different ways:
1) The Smarty is already VIN# locked to a vehicle. No further action needs to be taken.
The Smarty is ready to upload the stock file to the PC.
2) The Smarty is not yet VIN# locked to a vehicle (like new out of the box). In this case
the Smarty needs to be connected to the vehicle you intend to tune first (key in run
position, engine not running) and wait for the main menu to appear on Smarty's
display. Once the main menu is displayed, press:
a) with the Smarty senior key # “9”;
b) with the Smarty Junior press keys “<” and “>” at the same time.
Follow the instructions on Smarty's display. This routine will take about two seconds
to complete.
The Smarty has to be connected to a free USB port on your PC. The Smarty becomes
available for the communication with the PC after a few seconds after it has been connected
to the USB port. You need to wait for the main menu to appear on Smarty's display. This
takes typically a couple seconds.
A document with the stock software will only be created if a valid VIN# license is available
for the connected Smarty. OR if a free VIN# license is available (dongle connected to a USB
port) and the customer agrees to use that license.
In the case that several free licenses are connected to the USB ports of the PC, the one
connected to the lowest numbered USB port will be used. See also License.
By default the new document is automatically saved on your PC. See the option Folder
Automatic Saving, File Name Numbering, with a 3 digit # see the option File #
Length.
Warning!
Once a VIN# license has been associated to a VIN# it is NOT possible to unlock it
from that VIN#!
See also Using Smarty with SmartyUDCsw and SmartyUDCsw documents.
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8.2.1.2 Open... (CTRL+O)
Allows to select a file you want to open. It is possible to open multiple files and each of
them can be compared to a different file. It is possible to open a Standard and protected file
only with a matching VIN# license.
SmartyUDCsw has a (Multi Documents Interface), every time a document is opened a Tab
with file name and close button is added which allows to activate and close the
document.
8.2.1.3 Recent documents
Allows to open one of the files that have been opened recently.
8.2.1.4 Save (CTRL+S)
Saves the opened file with the same name.
Modifications can be saved to the Standard documents ONLY. All other document types can
NOT be edited and saved!
When the option automatic saving has been disabled, see also Folder Automatic Saving,
when a document is saved the customer will be requested to specify a file name and a path
where to store the file.
8.2.1.5 Save all
Saves all the opened files with their original names exactly like the Save command.
8.2.1.6 Save as... (CTRL+MAIUSC+S)
Allows to rename a file and then save it.
The customer can change the path and file name at will for a Standard document.
8.2.1.7 Export sample...
Allows to export a Standard document in .sample format for file sharing. If a customer
wishes to share his work with others the standard document needs to be exported as a
Sample. The Sample file does not contain a VIN# and can be opened by all UDC
customers without needing to use a VIN# license. Several Sample documents are included
in the UDC tuning software download and are meant as a base to start your own
modifications. Not all features can be used with a Sample document!
Feature:
NO
YES
NO
NO
Edit maps
Compare maps
Save the changes
Write the UDC into Smarty
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8.2.1.8 Export protected...
Allows to export a standard file on the protected format. The scope of a protected document
is to protect your know how and hard work. The protected document can only be written
into a Smarty with the matching to the document VIN#. It can not be viewed, used for
comparison, or copied. The professional tuner can send these files to his customers without
allowing them to see what modifications he has done to the tables contained in it. The
encryption of a protected file depends upon the individual Main dongle used for the file. It
can NOT be decrypted without THAT dongle! Please keep a back-up of your files!!!
Feature:
NO
NO
NO
YES
Edit maps
Compares maps
Save the changes
Write the UDC into Smarty
8.2.1.9 Close
Closes the active document. If the Folder Automatic Saving, option has been disabled
the user will be asked to specify where the file has to be saved and with which name it has
to be saved.
8.2.1.10 Close all
Closes all files that have been opened.
Similar to the close command but closes all documents that have been opened at the same
time.
8.2.2 Edit menu
8.2.2.1 Foreword undo and redo commands
It is not possible to use the undo and redo commands in the document notes.
By default the max number of consequential undo or redo is limited to 50.
See also the option Maximum # Of Undo.
8.2.2.2 Undo (CTRL+Z)
Allows to return the file to the previous situation before the last change.
See also Foreword undo and redo commands.
8.2.2.3 Redo (CTRL+Y)
Allows to return to the situation before the Undo has been used.
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See also Foreword undo and redo commands.
8.2.2.4 Foreword selection echo commands
The Echo commands are not active when a multiple selection (in several load ranges at
once) has been made. In order to use these commands a selection in a SINGLE load range
needs to be done.
At the same time, the Echo commands are active if a selection (one cell or several cells) has
been made in a load range.
8.2.2.5 Backward selection echo (ALT+Left)
Allows to repeat the cells that have been selected in a certain load in the previous load
range (numerically lower load range).
Of course, this command can not be active when a selection in the first load range has been
made.
8.2.2.6 Full selection echo (ALT+Down)
Allows to repeat the cells selected in a certain load range in ALL load ranges.
See also Foreword selection echo commands.
8.2.2.7 Forward selection echo (ALT+Right)
Allows to repeat the cells that have been selected in a certain load in the following load
range (numerically higher load range).
Of course, this command can not be active when a selection in the last load range has been
made.
See also Foreword selection echo commands.
8.2.2.8 Foreword Copy and Paste commands
Copy and paste commands are compatible with the most popular spreadsheets.
Values outside the allowed range will be automatically set to respect the limits.
When the paste command is used on a spreadsheet any not selected cells will be empty.
When the paste command is used on a SmartyUDCsw document, the empty cells will be
ignored.
8.2.2.9 Copy (CTRL+C)
Copy selected cells to clipboards, marking the current cell. If no selection is available, all
cells will be copied and the first cell will be used as current cell.
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The current cell marked in the notes will be used as a origin cell when the cells will be
pasted.
See Foreword Copy and Paste commands.
8.2.2.10 Paste (CTRL+V)
When a selection is available data from the clipboard will be pasted in such a way that the
current cell in the clipboard will override the current cell in the document.
If no selection is available the content of the clipboard will be pasted in the document
starting from the first cell.
All the values outside the map will be ignored.
See Foreword Copy and Paste commands.
8.2.2.11 Manual entry... (F2 or Digits)
Only if a selection has been made, the
manual entry command will allow to type
directly the value that will be inserted in
the current cell or the whole selection.
It is not allowed to insert values exceeds
the map range.
8.2.2.12 Foreword editing commands
When the unit change has been selected as a percent (%), selected cells which value is zero
will not be changed using any of the edit commands. 100% of zero makes still zero...
Furthermore, in the tuning software changes in percent to negative values is considered as
if the value was a positive number. This was done to avoid confusion. When a “increase”
(facing UP) button is hit, one expects the graph to go UP not down...
It is possible to increase and decrease the values of the single cells only to the max and min
limits set for the Map in use.
Remember, a Sample document is read only.
8.2.2.13 Large increase (CTRL+Up)
Increases the value(s) of the selected cell(s) based upon the settings in the Unit Changes
window.
See Foreword editing commands.
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8.2.2.14 Small increase (CTRL+SHIFT+Up)
Increases the value(s) of the selected cell(s) by the smallest possible value for the table
in use. For example, the smallest value for degrees is 0.1 degrees. The smallest change for
the time is 1 micro second. The smallest change for pressure is 1 PSI.
See Foreword editing commands.
8.2.2.15 Restore original values (CTRL+Space)
Returns the value(s) of the the selected cell(s) to the original values (previous value(s) to
any and all changes).
See Foreword editing commands.
8.2.2.16 Paste from compared values (CTRL+SHIFT+Space)
Copies and pastes the value(s) from the file in comparison of the selected cell(s).
This function is available only when the a document (.sample!) is being compared with a
.smarty document.
Please see also Compare with file, Foreword editing commands and Comparison.
8.2.2.17 Small decrease (CTRL+SHIFT+Down)
Decreases the value(s) of the selected cell(s) by the smallest possible value for the table
in use. For example, the smallest value for degrees 0.1 degrees. The smallest change for
the time is 1 micro second. The smallest change for pressure is 1 PSI.
See Foreword editing commands.
8.2.2.18 Large decrease (CTRL+Down)
Decreases the value(s) of the selected cell(s) based upon the settings in the Unit
Changes window.
See Foreword editing commands.
8.2.2.19 Foreword changes ramp
The direction of the selection (left to right rather than from the right to the left) determines
the first and last cell used for this function. Thus different selection directions give different
results.
8.2.2.20 Increase ramp (CTRL+Add)
Increases the values of the selected cells. The maximum percentage is applied in order of
the selection (from left to right OR from right to left) to the last selected cell. It is used to
help to completely re-shape a “curve” in a load range.
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See Foreword changes ramp and Foreword editing commands.
8.2.2.21 Decrease ramp (CTRL+Subtract)
Decreases the values of the selected cells. The maximum percentage is applied in order of
the selection (from left to right OR from right to left) to the last selected cell. It is used to
help to completely re-shape a “curve” in a load range.
See Foreword changes ramp and Foreword editing commands.
8.2.3 View menu
8.2.3.1 Default view (CTRL+D)
Returns the selected / active map (1D-2D-3D) to the default view.
8.2.3.2 Zoom fit (CTRL+F)
Returns the 3D map that has been zoomed to a dimension that fits the size of the window.
8.2.4 Smarty menu
8.2.4.1 Read stock from Smarty (CTRL+N)
Allows to read the stock file of your vehicle. In order to upload the stock file to your PC the
Smarty first needs to know with which vehicle he has to work with. This can be done in two
different ways:
1)The Smarty is already VIN# locked to a vehicle. No further action needs to be taken. The
Smarty is ready to upload the stock file to the PC.
2) The Smarty is not yet VIN# locked to a vehicle (like new out of the box). In this case the
Smarty needs to be connected to the vehicle you intend to tune first (key in run position,
engine not running) and wait for the main menu to appear on Smarty's display. Once the
main menu is displayed, press:
a) with the Smarty senior key # “9”;
b) with the Smarty Junior press the keys “<” & “>” at the same time.
Follow the instructions on Smarty's display. This routine will take about two seconds to
complete.
Same as Read stock from Smarty in the File menu.
See also Using Smarty with SmartyUDCsw.
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8.2.4.2 Write file to Smarty... (CTRL+F)
When the Smarty is connected to the USB port with a standard USB printer cable (included
with the Main Dongle) the UDC modified (or not, this means that it is also possible to write
the the stock parameters into Smarty) tables for your vehicle can be transferred from the
PC to the Smarty.
Attention!
The .smarty software (standard document) contains the VIN# of the vehicle
you're tuning. Only when the VIN#'s in the tuning file & Smarty & the vehicle are
matching will this process be completed. It is not possible to write a Demo or
Sample software into the Smarty! These documents do NOT contain a VIN#.
Please keep a backup of your custom tuned files! It is not possible to read them from the
Smarty!
See also Using Smarty with SmartyUDCsw.
8.2.4.3 Read info of Smarty...
Allows to read the firmware version from the Smarty (when connected to the PC).
See also Using Smarty with SmartyUDCsw.
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8.2.4.4 Smarty update manager...
The “Detect” button verifies
which Smarty is connected
to the PC and selects it form
the drop down menu. In
addition, the most relevant
parameters like firmware
revision and level are
displayed.
When the “Detect” button
is used, the text windows
display the information read
from the Smarty like Model,
Firmware version and
Software version.
The drop down menu
Smarty model allows to
select manually which
Smarty model needs to be
updated. Use this menu if
the Smarty does not already
have a UDC firmware
installed since the previous
(older before UDC)
firmware's do not have the
ability to communicate
automatically with the PC.
The drop down menu
Smarty updates available
allows the selection of the
update for the selected Smarty. Depending upon the Smarty model more than one update
can be available. Please select the one you need to install.
The Comments window displays the eventual information of the selected update.
The Download button downloads (through the web!) the selected update onto the PC in
use and stores it on the hard drive. Internet connection is needed!
Once the right update has been downloaded onto the PC, the Update > button does the
un-zip of the .smt file and launches the SmartyUSB software. The update of the Smarty
through the Smarty USB software is NOT automated! The customer needs to acknowledge
and click on the Send button menu. Now the update process starts and completes without
any further customer intervention.
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8.2.5 Comparison
8.2.5.1 Compare with a file... (CTRL+K)
Opens a second file and lays it over the first file that has been opened.
It is only possible to compare files for the Smarty devices compatible with each other (see
following table), for example, it is not possible to compare JR with SSR files, or TNTR with
REVO.
The sample files are read only and can not be modified!
The colors and way of visualization of the comparison file can be customized in the basic
options.
Please see also Document_Appearance.
The basic option Mode Of Default Folder Of Document Compare is set by default so that
ta file is saved automatically in the folder where the files for that vehicle and Smarty model
reside.
8.2.5.2 Compatibility comparison table
DEVICE
YEARS
DEVICE
YEARS
J06
2003 to 2004
↔
J06
2004.5 to 2007
S06 / ST REVO
2003 to 2004
↔
S06 / ST REVO
2004.5 to 2007
S06 / ST TNTR
2003 to 2004
↔
S06 / ST TNTR
2004.5 to 2007
S06 / ST SSR
2003 to 2004
↔
S06 / ST SSR
2004.5 to 2007
8.2.5.3 Remove comparison (CTRL+SHIFT+K)
Closes the active comparison file.
8.2.6 Tools menu
8.2.6.1 Update 'UDC settings'...
Checks for updates for the “UDC settings” parameters used by the tuning software.
Updates the UDC definitions from the hard drive or the inter net.
During the download from the internet NO information are collected from your PC!
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8.2.6.2 Quit the download of the 'UDC settings' update...
Quit the download of the “UDC settings” update.
8.2.6.3 Info of 'UDC settings'...
Displays the version and revision of the “UDC settings” in use.
8.2.6.4 Info of document 'UDC settings'...
Provides all information about the “UDC settings” used to edit the file in use.
8.2.6.5 Read info of dongles...
Show the informations for all the dongles detected: type and VIN#. It also reports the not
readable dongles.
8.2.6.6 Basic options...
Allows for the customization of several functions in the tuning software.
Some changes to the options become active immediately. Others will be applied only to the
next document, others again only upon the next start of the tuning software! In the last two
cases an alert window will appear and display the needed information.
See Basic options details.
8.2.6.7 User data...
The Tuner information which will be saved in the “Protected” files and displayed when a
protected file is opened.
8.2.7 Help menu
8.2.7.1 Quick guide...
Opens the quick guide.
8.2.7.2 Application guide...
Opens this guide.
8.2.7.3 Tuning tips...
Opens the tuning tips.
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8.2.7.4 Web site 'SmartyUDCsw'
Opens the SMARTY Performance King home page.
8.2.7.5 About...
Displays the version of the UDC Tuning software.
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8.3 Left panel
8.3.1 Document Data
8.3.1.1 Product version
The UDC tuning software product version.
It displays weather the software is run as a Demo or fully
functional Basic version. If the UDC software is started without the
main dongle connected to a USB port on the PC then by default it'll
start as a Demo version only.
8.3.1.2 Smarty
The Smarty type of the opened document.
8.3.1.3 VIN
The VIN# used in the opened document and it has been locked to.
8.3.1.4 User File Notes
For user notes and input on the tuning file.
Displays the user notes for the active document.
The User File Notes are in read only for the Demo documents, Sample documents and
protected Protected documents, while they are in read and write mode for the Standard
documents.
8.3.2 Map Selection
Selection of the table(s) in which modifications need to be done.
A single (left)click to select a table.
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8.3.3 Map Info
Important information about the tables which can be worked on
are displayed here. The defined maximum and minimum values
are found here.
This window is read only for all documents.
8.3.4 Selected Map User Notes
Customer notes for each single Map can be input here.
The Selected Map User Notes are in read only for the Demo
documents, Sample documents and Protected documents,
while they are in read and write mode for the Standard
documents.
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8.4 Controls around the document
8.4.1 Width
To set the number of cells displayed in the 2D graph.
Then lower the value then more cells are displayed.
8.4.2 Check button pan / rotate
The use of this button allows to rotate the 3D graph with the scroll bars.
In Scroll mode.
In rotation mode.
8.4.3 Horizontal scroll bar
Moves the selected graph left / right (where possible).
8.4.4 Vertical scroll bar
Moves the selected graph up / down (where possible).
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8.5 Right panel
8.5.1 Main commands panel
The main panel with the most used tools for the modifications to
the software tables. For details please see also the Edit menu.
Only the buttons with a dark gray border are active. Which buttons
and functions become active depends upon which kind of document
has been opened, if a selection of points has been made, which
view has been selected (Table, 2D or 3D), etc.
All functions in the Main commands panel are also present in the
file menus.
See also File menu, Edit menu and View menu.
8.5.2 Vertical track bar
The vertical track bar is most important for smoothing the “curves”. It's function is
meant to work mainly with the 2D graph. (It works also with the 3D view but it's
more difficult to actually see the smoothness or roughness in the 3D graph.)
Dragging up the cursor “deforms” the view of the table in it's X axis so that the differences
between the single cells become more evident. What may look smooth without activating
this function may in reality not be so. It is always a good idea to use this function after the
first rough adjustments have been done. Anyhow, depending upon the goal of the tuning,
smoothness is not always a good thing.
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8.5.3 Info cell Current / Cursor
This panel shows the value(s) of the cell(s) that have been
selected with the cursor. It displays also the RPM and the
load range of the selected cell.
“Original” displays the value of a selected cell like it originally
was when the document has been opened.
“Actual” displays the value of a selected cell that has been
modified since the document has been last opened. When the
value of cell has been modified then “Original” and “Actual”
will display two different values. If no changes have been
made then the fields “Original” and “Actual” will display the
same value.
The field “Cursor Act. - Orig.” displays the numerical
difference between the original and actual value of the
selected cell.
The field “Cursor Act. - Comp.” displays the numerical
difference between the original and the value of the file in comparison of the selected cell.
The left column is to the current point, the right one the point under the mouse cursor.
The second last line displays the value difference between the current (actual) point and the
original value of that point.
The last line displays the value difference between the current (actual) point and the value
of the comparison file in use.
8.5.4 Unit Changes
This field allows to define by how many units the large
change buttons will increase or decrease the selected cell(s).
The small change unit is fixed and can not be changed by the
customer. It's value is always as small as possible for the
table in use. This allows for very fine changes.
To set the large changes to a value of choice, a number needs to be typed into the
“Multiplier” field. As in the picture, “Multiplier” = 100 “Small” = 1 the result is that the large
change buttons will change the value of the selected cells 100 times the value of the small
change, AKA “100”. When the “%” check box is selected then all changes made will be in
percent.
8.5.4.1 Percentage (%)
The percentage works only with the Large increase and Large decrease commands!
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8.5.4.2 Multiplier or Percentage (X)
The multiplier applied to value of the small change to set the desired large change value. If
the Percentage box has been checked (is active) then the applied changes are in %.
8.5.4.3 Small change (S)
Value set by default to the commands Small increase and Small decrease.
8.5.4.4 Large change (L)
Calculated value of the Large increase and Large decrease.
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8.6 Document tab
Tab with file name
and close button
Map table view
Map 3D view
Handles to resize
views
Map 2D view
Under cursor cell
Selection
Current cell
8.6.1 Tab with file name and close button
The active (in use) document-tab is displayed in a clear color and bold text.
If multiple documents have been opened, only one of them can be used at a time. Clicking
on one of the tabs will select that document and that Tab will turn clear and bold. Opening
several documents at the same time can become confusing and is recommended only for
exercised users!
Clicking on the X in the tab will close that document.
Any action or change done will become effective only in the active document!
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8.6.2 Handles to resize views
Left clicking and dragging the handle is used to resize the view of a table. These commands
are interactive.
Vertical resize.
Horizontal resize.
Vertical resize. This icon appears when a window (view) becomes too small to display
any useful information. Releasing the left click the split view will be moved to the lower
border of the screen in order to maximize the area of the windows on the top of the screen.
To return the window to it's original size simply double click (left) on the icon.
Vertical resize. This icon appears when a window (view) becomes too small to display
any useful information. Releasing the left click the split view will be moved to the upper
border of the screen in order to maximize the area of the windows on the bottom of the
screen. To return the window to it's original size simply double click (left) on the icon.
Horizontal resize. This icon appears when a window (view) becomes too small to
display any useful information. Releasing the left click the split view will be moved to
the left border of the screen in order to maximize the area of the windows in the right side
screen. To return the window to it's original size simply double click (left) on the icon.
Horizontal resize. This icon appears when a window (view) becomes too small to
display any useful information. Releasing the left click the split view will be moved to
the right border of the screen in order to maximize the area of the windows in the left side
screen. To return the window to it's original size simply double click (left) on the icon.
8.6.3 Images of the cursor in the maps views
No change to the views is allowed.
Only vertical movements of the screens are allowed.
Only horizontal movements of the screens are allowed.
Both vertical and horizontal movements of the screens are allowed.
Moving the mouse rotates the 3D view.
Zoom to the active window. Moving the mouse up / down will zoom in and zoom out.
(3D only).
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8.6.4 Map table view
X-axis
Y-axis
Z-axis (cells)
Current cell
Selection
Under cursor cell
Under cursor cell info
8.6.4.1 Keyboard and mouse buttons
Contextual menu:
Right Mouse
Navigation:
Pan
Right Mouse + drag mouse
Selection:
Single
Sequential
Zone
Multiple add/remove
Remove all
Editing:
Change
Manual entry
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Press Left Mouse and drag mouse over map cells
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the
background of the map
CTRL + SHIFT + Press Left Mouse and drag mouse
F2 or Digits
See Edit menu and View menu for other key combinations.
To customize the appearance of the documents please see Document Appearance.
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8.6.5 Map 2D view
Separation line Y-axis
Actual values
Compared values
Selection
Original values
Zero line
Under cursor cell
Under cursor cell info
Current cell
Z-axis
X-axis
Y-axis
8.6.5.1 Keyboard and mouse buttons
Contextual menu:
Right Mouse
Navigation:
Pan
Right Mouse + drag mouse
Selection:
Single
Sequential
Zone
Multiple add/remove
Remove all
Editing:
Change
Manual entry
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Press Left Mouse and drag mouse over map cells
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the
background of the map
CTRL + SHIFT + Press Left Mouse and drag mouse
F2 or Digits
See Edit menu and View menu for other key combinations.
To customize the appearance of the documents please see Document Appearance.
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8.6.6 Map 3D view
Z-axis
Compared values
Selection
Under cursor cell
Under cursor cell info
Current cell
X-axis
Y-axis
8.6.6.1 Keyboard and mouse buttons
Contextual menu:
Right Mouse
Navigation:
Pan
Rotate
Zoom
CTRL + Right Mouse
Right Mouse + drag mouse
SHIFT + Right Mouse
Selection:
Single
Sequential
Zone
Multiple add/remove
Remove all
Editing:
Change
Manual entry
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Press Left Mouse and drag mouse over map cells
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the
background of the map
CTRL + SHIFT + Press Left Mouse and Drag Mouse
F2 or Digits
See Edit menu and View menu for other key combinations.
To customize the appearance of the documents please see Document Appearance.
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8.6.7 Selection
Several cells may be selected at the same time. To do this, select the initial cell with the
mouse (left click) then keep the left click pressed and drag to the last cell of the selection of
choice. When a selection has been made, the values of the selected cells can be changed all
at the same time. By how much the value will be changed depends upon the selection made
in the Unit Changes window.
It is also possible to “echo” the selection to the previous or next load range(s)
Please see also the Edit menu menu or the Main commands panel.
The color of the selection can be customized. Pleas see also Selection Color.
There are several possible ways to make a selection:
Single
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Sequential
Press Left Mouse and drag mouse over map cells
Zone
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
Multiple add/remove
CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
Remove all
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the
background of the map
8.6.8 Current cell
The current cell (or point) is part of a selection.
The current cell (or point) can be the first or the last point in a selection. This depends upon
the setting made in the options: Last Cell Selected Is Current. This again depends upon
if the highest or lowest value in a selection needs to be displayed and analyzed.
It is possible to customize the color of the current cell (or point) with the option Current
cell Color.
The information about the current cell (or point) are displayed in the first column of the
Info cell Current Cursor windows.
8.6.9 Cell under the mouse cursor
Used to visualize the information of one cell. Even when a selection has been made it is still
possible to move the mouse cursor over the active graph. A pop up window will display the
information about the selected cell.
The information about the cell under the mouse cursor are displayed in the second column
of the Info cell Current / Cursor windows.
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9 Basic options details
9.1 Foreword basic options
The customer information are saved in the file: ApplicationOptions.dat which can be found
in the folder: <User Application Data>\SmartyUDCsw on your computer.
During the installation a link to the folder is created which contains the
ApplicationOptions.dat Start\All programs\SMARTY Performance
King\SmartyUDCsw\Link to User settings.
Any value that has been changed is in evidence as a bold text, except the the font options.
9.2 Generic Application Behavior
9.2.1 Activation Application Tips
If set to “true” the application tips are active. Set to “false” disables the application tips.
9.2.2 Display Application Tips (ms)
Time the tips are shown in milliseconds.
9.2.3 Active Application LOG
When True, the software produces a log file in the folder ...\Documents\SmartyUDCsw.
9.2.4 Auto Update 'UDC settings'
When true, checks for the presence of updates to the “UDC settings'' and eventually
downloads and installs the most recent version.
9.3 Document file Behavior
9.3.1 Auto Open File
Allows to define which document has to be opened at the next start of the UDC software.
The possible options are:
None
no document will be opened;
ActiveWhenWindowsClose
the document that was open when the UDC
software
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LastOpened
LastSaved
has been closed;
the last document which has been opened;
the last document that has been saved.
9.3.2 Folder Automatic Saving
The documents will be saved in the path specified in this field. By default the documents will
be saved in: <MyDocuments>\SmartyUDCsw. When this field is blank there will be no
automatic saving for the new documents and the customer needs to specify a folder where
to save a document every time he wants to save a file.
This option also determines which folder will be used to open .sample documents. By default
it is set to: DefaultFolderForSavingAutomatic.
9.3.3 File Name Numbering
There are two different ways to save a document automatically:
Sequential
the suffix of the file name is numbered sequentially,
see also File # Length;
DateAndTime
suffix of the file name with date and time.
9.3.4 File # Length
The number of digits used for the suffix with the automatic-sequential file name numbering.
9.3.5 Mode Of Default Folder Of Document Compare
There are two different ways to choose from which folder a comparison file is opened:
DefaultFolderForSavingAutomatic
the same folder as the automated file
saving;
CurrentDocumentFolder
the folder of the active document.
9.4 Document Behavior
9.4.1 Activation Cursor On Maps Tips
If set to true the tips for the cursor on the maps are displayed.
9.4.2 Display Cursor On Maps Tips (ms)
The time in milliseconds for displaying the tips for the cursor on the maps.
9.4.3 Activation Hardware Acceleration
If true the hardware acceleration for the views (Table, 2D & 3D) is active. If set to false no
hardware acceleration is used. Without the hardware acceleration the view refresh rate will
become slower.
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9.4.4 Maximum # of undo
Max number of undo for every table in the document.
9.4.5 Last Cell Selected Is Current
When set to true the last cell of a selection will be used as the current point and displayed in
the values windows. If set to false the first point in the selection will become the current
point and it's values will be displayed.
9.4.6 Shift Direction
Set to standard the direction of the movement of the maps will be in the same direction as
the mouse is moved. When this option is set to Reversed then the movement of the maps
will be in the opposite direction of the mouse.
9.4.7 Rotation Direction
Set to standard the direction of the rotation of the maps will be in the same direction as the
mouse is moved. When this option is set to Reversed then the rotation of the maps will be
in the opposite direction of the mouse.
9.5 Document Appearance
9.5.1 Layout Viewports Map
The way the three different windows are arranged on the screen:
Horizontal_Table_Left_Top_3D_Right_Top_2D_Bottom;
Horizontal_2D_Top_Table_Left_Bottom_3D_Right_Bottom.
9.5.2 Actual Color
The text color used in the tables.
9.5.3 Shows Original in 1D
When set to true shows the original map in the table window.
9.5.4 Shows Original in 2D
When set to true shows the original map in the 2D window.
9.5.5 Shows Original in 3D
When set to true shows the original map in the 3D window.
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9.5.6 Original Color
The color in which the original values (values of the table when it has been opened) of a
table are displayed. This color is used for the text and for the lines of the original values in
the 2D and 3D views.
9.5.7 Original Thickness Proportions
The thickness of the lines used to show the original values.
9.5.8 Shows Comparative 1D
When set to true, shows the values of the file in comparison in the 1D (table) window.
9.5.9 Shows Comparative 2D
When set to true, shows the values of the file in comparison in the 2D window.
9.5.10 Shows Comparative 3D
When set to true, shows the values of the file in comparison in the 3D window.
9.5.11 Comparative Color
The color in which the original values (values of the table when it has been opened) of a
comparison file are displayed. This color is used for the text and for the lines of the original
values in the 2D and 3D views.
9.5.12 Comparative Thickness Proportions
The thickness of the lines used to show the values of the file in comparison.
9.5.13 Load Map Colors
The possible colors for the single load ranges are:
Alternate
alternating colors, CyanoToBlue and YellowToRed;
CyanoToBlue
from cyan to blue (minimum to maximum value);
YellowToRed
from yellow to Red (minimum to maximum value).
9.5.14 Current Cell Color
Color of the cell selected as the current one. Depending upon the setting in Last Cell
Selected Is Current it can be the first or the last point of a selection.
9.5.15 Selection Color
The color in which a selection is displayed.
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9.5.16 Font of Maps Labels
The Font used for the labels.
9.5.17 Font of Table Map Values
The Font used for the values in the tables.
9.5.18 Ratio Threshold Values Clear Text
The ratio used for the passage of the colors from dark to light in regards of the values of the
table.
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10 Shortcuts
10.1 File
CTRL
CTRL
CTRL
CTRL
+
+
+
+
N
O
S
SHIFT + S
Read stock from Smarty
Open...
Save
Save as...
10.2 Edit
CTRL + Z
CTRL + Y
ALT + Left
ALT + Down
ALT + Right
CTRL + C
CTRL + V
F2 or Digits
CTRL + Up
CTRL + SHIFT + Up
CTRL + Space
CTRL + SHIFT + Space
CTRL + SHIFT + Down
CTRL + Down
CTRL + Add
CTRL + Subtract
Undo
Redo
Backward selection echo
Full selection echo
Forward selection echo
Copy
Paste
Manual entry
Large increase
Small increase
Restore original values
Paste from compared values
Small decrease
Large decrease
Increase ramp
Decrease ramp
10.3 View
CTRL + D
CTRL + F
Default view
Zoom fit
10.4 Smarty
CTRL + N
CTRL + W
Read stock from Smarty
Write file to Smarty...
10.5 Comparison
CTRL + K
CTRL + SHIFT + K
Compared with file...
Remove comparison
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11 Mouse and keyboard in the map views
11.1 Map table view
Right Mouse
Contextual menu
Right Mouse + drag mouse
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Press Left Mouse + drag mouse over map cells
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the background
CTRL + SHIFT + Press Left Mouse + drag mouse
Pan
Single selection
Sequential selection
Zone selection
Multiple selection
Remove selection
Change values
CTRL + C
CTRL + V
F2 or Digits
Copy
Paste
Manual entry
11.2 Map 2D view
Right Mouse
Contextual menu
Right Mouse + drag mouse
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Press Left Mouse + drag mouse over map cells
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the background
CTRL + SHIFT + Press Left Mouse + drag mouse
Pan
Single selection
Sequential selection
Zone selection
Multiple selection
Remove selection
Change values
CTRL + C
CTRL + V
F2 or Digits
Copy
Paste
Manual entry
11.3 Map 3D view
Right Mouse
Contextual menu
CTRL + Right Mouse
Right Mouse + drag mouse
SHIFT + Right Mouse
Click Left Mouse over map cell
Press Left Mouse + drag mouse over map cells
SHIFT + Click Left Mouse over start and end map cells
Pan
Rotate
Zoom
Single selection
Sequential selection
Zone selection
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CTRL + Click Left Mouse over map cells
ALT + Click Left Mouse or Click Left Mouse in the background
CTRL + SHIFT + Press Left Mouse + drag mouse
Multiple selection
Remove selection
Change Selection
CTRL + C
CTRL + V
F2 or Digits
Copy
Paste
Manual entry
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