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    Viewing Multiple Log Files

    So, I had 3 log files opened.
    I wanted to view one of the that I was not currently viewing. How?

    If I try to reopen it i2 says that you already have it open. Great, how do I see it then without closing all logs and reopening it.


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    When I have multiple MoTeC files open in I2 I can jump between them by...
    On left hand side of screen just under the 'Open+' symbol you will see a verticial box label... 'Data'.. and another called 'Channels' below it.
    Click on the 'Data' box and it will show all your open files.... one below the other in boxes
    From left hand side there is Date... Time... and M etc...
    I select a file by clicking in under 'M' and the circle changes to red and you will get that file...
    then close this box....
    am sure there may be a short cut key but I dont know it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eds_FZR View Post
    When I have multiple MoTeC files open in I2 I can jump between them by...
    On left hand side of screen just under the 'Open+' symbol you will see a verticial box label... 'Data'.. and another called 'Channels' below it.
    Click on the 'Data' box and it will show all your open files.... one below the other in boxes
    From left hand side there is Date... Time... and M etc...
    I select a file by clicking in under 'M' and the circle changes to red and you will get that file...
    then close this box....
    am sure there may be a short cut key but I dont know it...
    HI Shobiz
    Ed is all over it, ( despite being on holiday on some remote Island near the equator)
    The short cut is F8
    You will see all the files you have open, its a bit like a cache I suppose, you can have limitless files open sitting in the back ground there, and as Ed said you simply click on the circle beside the appropriate file to open that file in the program
    A nice feature that you can use is overlays.
    Push F8 and choose a second file, this time not by clicking in the circle but in the square directly right of the circle.
    This will then add that selected file on top of the previous one. you can then slide them back and forth over top of each other by selecting the show data off set axis icon ( top right icon) Short cut "o"
    Extra axis appear at the bottom and this allows you to slide one data file along against the other so you can line up some similar data, such as WOT testing.
    An even easier way to do this is to create laps, but I might start a seperate thread for that one.

    Cheers


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    Thanks, that is what I have been looking for to compare ignition timing, etc from past logs.

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