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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    That Windows 10 calculator is a major step backwards, I use (daily) a port of the old Windows 7 calculator and never run in to those issues.
    https://winaero.com/blog/classic-cal...s-10-creators/
    Thats much better!

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chavez91 View Post
    Paul, another bug...

    When Caxing 1D table that is 8 bit, if its a single ROW, it decides to skip bytes for fun. lol
    Here is where it gets odd, define the 2nd row and now you can see the skipped bytes in the 2nd row

    Do it as columns and you're fine. No skipped bytes, lol
    Some (many) controller types are defined with a byte-alignment of 2 bytes. That means if a calibration is defined with a data size of 8 bits or less and with an odd number of rows, then the last byte of each column is skipped. That ensures that each column starts on a word boundary.

    You can't change that byte alignment with a setting in the cax file - it's hard coded into the software.

    In the new V8 editor it is user define-able.
    Also in V8, you can simply transpose the table so that rows become columns and columns become rows which makes it easy to view/edit/copy/paste the data in the same format as "other software"

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    I just uninstalled the current public software and downloaded/installed this beta release. I get this error message when attempting to open any of the 2019-2020 6.7L files from the Mega.nz file link. Any ideas?

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    Thanks,
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    Mike, the issue is that V7 & V8 have not been updated to load those OS's in any public release.
    You can try to extract the attached rar into the Calibrations folder for V7 and the dat file for V8 and then see if your files load up.

    CMF_Calz.rar extract to:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\EFILive\V7.5\Calibrations\CMF

    CMF.dat save to:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\EFILive\V8\Controllers\Identify

    Cheers,
    Ross
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    Thanks for the reply Ross. I guess I am a little confused. I see in the release notes that this beta software that I installed supports CMF. I checked to be sure that the CMF .inx and .dat files were installed. I will try uninstalling and reinstalling the software.

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    It is beta software but it was released in September 2019, the .ctz files you are possibly trying to use came out after that beta was released. The couple of files I posted above contain the updates to support 19/20 files that came out after the beta.


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    Any Idea why when I bring in a bone stock IA80012.04 file into V7.5.... I get an incorrect checksum? Even converted from XCAL using yalls tool... same problem... V8 too using the files from above.
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    Sorry I'm not sure Josh, the IA80012.04 file I have loads up just fine. I've just sent a PM.


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    Thanks! Investigating.
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    Probably should mention that they are up to IA80012.07 now (released mid April), your file was released Nov 2019 (no clue what they've been changing).


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