Insert Load Row (Ctrl + Down Arrow or Shft+Alt+R) Press Ctrl then Down Arrow to insert a new load row (TPS/KPA/Analog) in between the current cursor position and the row above. This will push all load rows from the cursor (including the cursor) down and then insert a new one. Delete RPM Column (Ctrl + Left Arrow or Shft+Ctrl+C) Press Ctrl then Left Arrow to Delete the RPM column immediately left of the cursor. This will pull all columns from the cursor (including the cursor) to the left one column. Delete Row (Ctrl + Up Arrow or Shft+Ctrl+R) Press Ctrl then Up Arrow to delete the load row (TPS/KPA) immediately above the cursor. This will pull all rows from the cursor (including the cursor) up one row.
Interpolate or Fill (Shift + Left or Right or Up or Down Arrows) Use Shift and any combination of arrow buttons to highlight / Select a range of grid cells that you want to automatically fill or interpolate. Once selected, use Alt+Ctrl+R if you want to interpolate/fill using the top and bottom rows as the reference points. This means that the system will automatically calculate all the cell values for each cell in between the top and bottom selected rows. Or use Alt+Ctrl+C if you want to interpolate/fill using the left and right columns as the reference points. This means that the system will automatically calculate all the cell values for each cell in between the left most and right most selected rows.
Alt+Ctrl + R: Automatically fill all selected cells from left to right with values based on the value in the first (left) and last (right) selected cells. Alt+Ctrl + C: Automatically fill all selected cells from top to bottom with values based on the value in the first (top) and last (bottom) selected cells. Create new Tuning grid (Alt+Ctrl + T) Create or change a tuning grid. This will allow you to change the number of columns or rows in a tuning grid. This is normally used on first time set-up. Changing Existing RPM or Load index values (Alt+Ctrl + H) Change the load and RPM value for the selected column/row. Use this to adjust the RPM and load for the selected grid cell. Instead of Ctrl + H, you can double click the grid in the correct row/column.
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