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Saving Vessel Details

Postby pheinema » Tue Mar 25, 2008 5:18 pm

:?: So I have been working with this program and I am wondering how to save Vessel information, and for that matter Heat Source info, and Schedule information :?: I though that once i entered it it would be displayed in presets, but i don't find it there. I really think that it is illogical to make one remember/write down the calibration results (takes an hour :!: ) especially when it would be so easy for the program to record it. 1love

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Re: Saving Vessel Details

Postby jeff » Tue Mar 25, 2008 5:46 pm

pheinema wrote::?: So I have been working with this program and I am wondering how to save Vessel information, and for that matter Heat Source info, and Schedule information :?: I though that once i entered it it would be displayed in presets, but i don't find it there. I really think that it is illogical to make one remember/write down the calibration results (takes an hour :!: ) especially when it would be so easy for the program to record it. 1love

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File->Make Default will preserve your settings.
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Postby pheinema » Tue Mar 25, 2008 6:56 pm

but there is no way to set the vessel as a preset, I mean if you have more than one vessel? like you can only save a default profile?
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Postby slothrob » Tue Mar 25, 2008 8:44 pm

pheinema wrote:but there is no way to set the vessel as a preset, I mean if you have more than one vessel? like you can only save a default profile?

If you save the default with a Schedule, with a particular vessel chosen for the default Schedule, then that becomes your vessel preset.

If you save the recipes as Templates you can save a number with different vessel defaults.

When you save the Default, however, all your vessels are available from the Equipment Display.

Does any of that answer your questions?
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Postby jeff » Tue Mar 25, 2008 9:38 pm

pheinema wrote:but there is no way to set the vessel as a preset, I mean if you have more than one vessel? like you can only save a default profile?


Presets have been eliminated in BTP 1.5. The assets library has replaced them.
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Postby pheinema » Wed Mar 26, 2008 10:47 am

K well that works. I'm on a mac if that makes any difference on the answer... thanks!
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Postby shunt » Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:23 am

I also have this problem. I am unable to get my vessel (did my calibration) to show up in my presets.

''Presets have been eliminated in BTP 1.5. The assets library has replaced them.''

Are we on 1.5 yet?
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Postby jeff » Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:54 am

shunt wrote:Are we on 1.5 yet?


1.5 is not publicly available yet.
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Postby shunt » Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:22 pm

So I will need to enter all of my info back into a new vessel preset when i make a new recipe?

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Postby jeff » Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:57 pm

shunt wrote:So I will need to enter all of my info back into a new vessel preset when i make a new recipe?

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The easiest thing to do after you set up your equipment is to choose File->Make Default to save your settings for every new recipe you open. You can also save the equipment settings as a template that you load into recipes that don't have any equipment yet.
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