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  1. I've found and worked around the Mojave ...change. The next version will be compatible.
  2. Are you using EScribe Suite SP17? It looks like the most recent EScribe Suite changed the order in which things were being saved, and when it's near 100% usage, this affected what would fit. The next version will correct this. In the mean time, try reverting back to SP15.1 and uploading the theme: https://downloads.evolvapor.com/SetupEScribe2_SP15_1_INT_ServicePack.exe https://downloads.evolvapor.com/SetupEScribe2_SP15_1_US_ServicePack.exe
  3. Good catch! Download it again. I accidentally had the International Edition's Service Pack set to the US Edition.
  4. You can go down to 0.02 Ohm on the DNA 250C. (This software limit is mostly to prevent accidental firing into paperclips, metal shavings, etc. when no real atomizer is attached. You can still use Atomizer Analyzer to read lower resistances.) The lower you go on resistance, the more heating will end up in the 510 connector and wiring. If your mod has a high quality, high current 510 you will have no problem. You will encounter reduced power due to the current limit, however. The output current limit is 65A, so the max power is 65^2*R=4225*R. For 0.02 Ohm, that means a max of 84.5W. You can get 200W down to 0.047 Ohm, and 400W down to 0.094 Ohm.
  5. @Canadianvape, is that new to SP35 on DNA 250C? If not, what kind of Ohms change do you see in Device Monitor as the mesh heats? If it's not at least around 20% it may not be Stainless. Do you have it as "Restrict to viable coils." or are you using another mode?
  6. James

    Escribe Installation Problem !!

    Is an older version of EScribe running while you are running the installer?
  7. The clock runs off the battery, so if the board does not have battery voltage for whatever reason, the clock will not work.
  8. James

    Escribe for DNA GO

    The Go will show up on USB for the first hour after the cable has been plugged in. (After that, it disconnects from USB Data to conserve energy.)
  9. I've posted SP17 in Early Firmware. It supports DNA Go. Let me know if you find any bugs in it. Enjoy James
  10. EScribe Suite 2.0 SP17 For US-based customers (Windows): https://downloads.evolvapor.com/SetupEScribe2_SP17_US_ServicePack.exe For US-based customers (Mac): https://downloads.evolvapor.com/SetupEScribe2_SP17_US.pkg For international customers (Windows): https://downloads.evolvapor.com/SetupEScribe2_SP17_INT_ServicePack.exe For international customers (Mac): https://downloads.evolvapor.com/SetupEScribe2_SP17_INT.pkg For customers using Linux, see the beta thread. --- DNA Go (firmware 1.1 SP37) --- Improved the LED response to lock/unlock. --- DNA 250 Color (firmware 1.1 SP35) --- Improved the deep sleep behavior. --- Theme Designer --- Fixed a crash on Linux when moving controls. --- EScribe Suite --- DNA Go support. Minor bug fixes.
  11. I've posted SP17 with bug fixes for the Theme Designer, and DNA Go support.
  12. @DJT, what are your battery voltages and battery curve? When in removable mode, the percentage it shows is based on the lowest of the battery cells. (If they are imbalanced, it will not show 100% until they are balanced. That may be what you are encountering.)
  13. James

    Won't turn on from deep sleep

    Go to the Tools menu, Apply Service Pack.
  14. James

    Won't turn on from deep sleep

    Give the attached test firmware a try if you have the deep sleep wake-up issue. (Don't use it if you don't need it, of course.) We haven't heard anything bad about this firmware so far, but let us know if you run into anything. DNA 250 Color v1_1_SP35_US_SleepTest3.sw-service DNA 250 Color v1_1_SP35_INT_SleepTest3.sw-service
  15. What are all of your battery cells' voltages? What does your battery curve in EScribe (Mod tab) look like?