Increasing and decreasing cell value

Increasing and decreasing cell value

Once a cell selection has been made, its value can then be changed. The following is how cell values can be changed.

  • Cell values can be increased by using the 'Page Up' key.

  • Cell values can be decreased by using the 'Page Down' key.

  • If smaller changes are required the 'Control' key can be held down while adjusting cells.

  • If larger changes are required the 'Shift' key can be held down while adjusting cells.

Direct Entry

The cell value can be changed to the new value, just by typing the new value.
A direct entry dialog will appear, showing the allowable values for this table.

Percentage Change

Cell values can be changed by a percentage if required. This percentage can be either positive or negative.
A percentage change can be made by using the 'P' key.

Linearising cells

Whilst tuning, it can become useful to linearise between cells. That is to make a range of cells linear between the two end cells. This feature can be used any time more than two cells are selected by using the 'L' key.

The linearize feature can be used in the 2D, 3D & Text View tuning table displays.

Selected cells before linearising Selected cells after linearising

Copying and Pasting cells

At any time cells can be copied and pasted like any other windows application.

  • To copy a cell selection, use the 'Ctrl C' keys

  • To paste a cell selection, use the 'Ctrl V' keys Cell values can be copied between tuning tables if the selection area and type are the same.

Quick Copy

Cell values can be quickly copied to the adjacent cells by holding the 'Ctrl Shift' and an arrow key. The direction of the arrow key will decide which direction the cell will be copied.

Please note that this feature will only work when either the row or column is still one cell wide.
ie, a 6 x 1 cell selection will work, as will a 1 x 6, but a 6 x 2 or a 2 x 6 will not.

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