Tuning Pages

Tuning Pages

The Elite Software Programmer allows the user to setup multiple tuning pages, or tabs. These tuning pages can be configured individually and populated with displays.

Tuning tabs

To move between Tuning Pages, use the 'Tab' key or alternatively click on the required tab with the mouse.
Tuning Pages can be added as well as renamed, copied and deleted by right clicking on the desired tab.

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