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Andy

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Danny, I like the clean look of the new version of RM. However, there are a couple of features of the old version that I miss.
While I am roasting, I usually have a reference curve for air flow on top, because I mostly use air flow to control the profile of my fluid bed roaster.
I  miss referring to the on-graph timer for Development/1st crack progress and the temp reading while in a mode other than my BT data curve.
Also, I no longer see my Drying End marker on the roasting graph, even though it is calculated in the roast data at the end of the roast.
Am I missing a setting that will allow these things? Does my question make sense?

Danny Hall

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Hi Andy

Glad you are enjoying it!

I didn’t remove any functionality per se, but I did rework/retool many, many different things, for the sake of consistency, and clarity. Which curves display in each different “Targeting” mode was one of those things, as well as a clear distinction between “Reference Curves” vs “Data Curves”, to try and make it more clear as to their source and distinct function.

So, in the analyzer, you may have used it with targeting mode “Off” in the past, and still have seen your Profile curves displayed (Reference Curves). In version 10, you’ll need to use “Profile” targeting mode to see those “Reference Curves”. So, in the toolbar, tap the bottom left targeting button until your see “Profile/Program Targeting Mode” flash at the top. You will see all of your Profile reference curves then.

For events - if it belonged to the curve you mentioned above, changing to Profile targeting mode will  fix it. If not, please make sure that “Labels” mode is turned on in the analyzer. It’s the oval button with two lines inside of it located in the bottom toolbar. If labels are turned off, events are hidden. That should make them visible.

Let me know if this resolves it - if not, we’ll dig deeper.

Andy

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Thanks, Danny. That did the trick.