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P J Hearne28/02/2020 01:54:00
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System Setup - Under Model Type I get this message saying if I choose Model Type then all will be deleted in the current model memory?

Does this mean my first model will be deleted or does it just refer to it the second Highlighted Model that I am creating?

Anyone help please, computers like things just right nowadays!

IMPORTANT: When you select a new model type, you will delete
any programming data in the current model memory. Always
confirm the desired model memory before changing model types.
It will be necessary to re-bind after resetting the model type
IMPORTANT: When you select a new model type, you will delete
any programming data in the current model memory. Always
confirm the desired model memory before changing model types.
It will be necessary to re-bind after resetting the model type
IMPORTANT: When you select a new model type, you will delete
any programming data in the current model memory. Always
confirm the desired model memory before changing model types.
It will be necessary to re-bind after resetting the model type
Don Fry28/02/2020 06:37:59
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It refers to the memory you are working in, the highlighted one. It means, if there is a model on the highlighted memory, it's data will be deleted.

Denis Watkins28/02/2020 08:36:48
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This is just Logic at work PJ, it is assumed that changing " Model Type "

Would not use the same settings/ trims etc of a previous model

So giving you a new start point for another model

P J Hearne28/02/2020 13:18:54
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Ah thanks Guys, I think I was worrihg that changing model Type Say from Aero to Helicopter would change the entire use of the Tx and all previous models would have to be saved to some undefined memory.

I prefered Futaba for User friendly content but bought Spektrum for its AS3X.

Don Fry28/02/2020 17:52:48
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I'm an ex Futaba user, and all in all, they are much the same. But different

Be warned, exponential in Futaba has negative values to give a "soft" centre. Spectrum has positive values for the same result.

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