Inserting and deleting Axis Points

Inserting and deleting Axis Points

Tuning table axis points can be added and removed by using the 'Ins' & 'Del' keys.

New axis point

To insert a new axis point, select the 'Ins' key. An insert dialog will appear.

If axis points are available, it will allow you to insert a row or column, and allow you to select a axis value. Once this has been competed, the new axis value will appear in the tuning table. The values in the new cells will be interpolated from those either side.

Please note once the predefined maximum number of axis points has been reached, the insert & delete icons will appear greyed out.

Delete an existing axis point

To delete an axis point, select the 'Del' key. A delete dialog will appear. It will prompt you to delete either the current row(s) or column(s).

Axes Setup

If changes to tuning table axes are required, they can be performed in the Axes Setup page.
The Axes Setup allows the user to:

  • Change multiple axis points for both the row & column axis

  • Insert & delete axis points,

  • Change the channel used for the axis

  • Enable and disable individual axes

  • Load and save axis channels & points.

Axis points can be increased up until the Maximum Length is reached. The Maximum Length can be found in the Axes Setup.
The Axis values can be modified as any other tuning table.

Access to the Axes Setup can be made by pressing the F3 key.

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