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Mac EScribe Suite Beta Thread

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Hi, How to download escribe for mac please ? Can't find any link, it's for a friend (I'm using escribe on windows). Thanks a lot.

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21 minutes ago, Itzlibo said:

Hi, How to download escribe for mac please ? Can't find any link, it's for a friend (I'm using escribe on windows). Thanks a lot.

Go to the 1st post of this thread. Choose the US or International version depending on your location. James updates the 1st post with the current version. 

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Oh god, I'm so confused, I saw the links but don't know .pkg was mac packages :D Sorry bout that and thanks a lot.

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I'm feeling a bit blonde. Not all beta questions here, but just overall how to advice.

I have only downloaded the Mac Beta so don't know if the Windows offers more Manual type info than Mac Beta.  

I have successfully added a b/w picture for 5 seconds which appears after the 1 sec Lost Vape logo. Would be nice if my resolution was sharper, I will test another pic to see if its my image or the screen capability. [Tom of Finland men who are standing tall look very good on the Ocean Rainbow Triade DNA250, its not all about Hello Kitty, but the Star Trek themes others have shared are tempting]

I know how to lock my wattage and lock my device to switch the temp from 450 degrees and get back to the watts screen.

I can change from F to C easily.

Where is the help section about navigating my Triade with more Alternate Display info, like cell 1, 2, 3 data or voltage info. 

I have only set up one profile so far, and will eventually set one up for each tank and know how to switch profiles easily.

Making changes to a profile is somewhat confusing. How do I select and save my choices properly? Sometimes when I hit save, it erases the file I uploaded. I know eventually I need to hit the upload to device button. A "How To' HELP MENU button like Mac offers on every program I use opens a dialogue box based on a specific search term or general FAQ. Will we see such? Does the Windows Escribe offer that? 

On my main screen I see overall battery level image, Resistance, Temp, My Name and Watts. Do I have the option to see more than that?

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3 hours ago, mrphilip said:

Not all beta questions here, but just overall how to advice.

IMHO, posting your questions in the appropriate area would be best, The color forum for 75C's. If your questions are about your Triade specifically on a Mac, you must download escribe v2 for Mac. The search feature works great. DJLSB Vapes and PBusardo have both put out good escribe tutorial videos.

And Welcome :hand_splayed:

Edited by Wayneo
escribe v1 and v2 are very similar
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Mac theme options: The Geekvape Aegis and the Smok T-Priv both also uses a 3 button system (fire, up, down) yet offer the functionality of a 75c with 4 buttons. They use the fire button to a) power on/off with 5 clicks or b) allow you to access a menu system like the 75c has with 3 clicks of the fire button. Will we see this option coming in an firmware upgrade?

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Correct me if I'm wrong, we should switch user interface options to manufacturer and set up our specific battery profile using the watts calculator, in my case I'm using Sony VTC5a's so they have 2500 mAh and that changes the watts hours to just over 27. Our mod should be given this info right?...

Do we know the actual Mod resistance as well, mine is set up from the Manufacturer at .4. Is that a default # or did they input a specific value. [Triade DNA 250]

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@mrphilip, yes to set up a battery profile you have to be in the manufactures interface. But wattage calculator doesn't really do it in the case of single cell batteries. you should load a battery profile or create a batter profile for the specific brand and model battery you are using. Personally I like to use a softcell cutoff of 3.0v to prevent damage to the cell. Below is a profile for a VTC6, I don't use the 5A's in regulated devices.

0.40 is kind of high for an internal resistance. Are you sure you didn't miss a space there? 

VTC6 v2.csv

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Thanks Kiss V.  I like VTV6's as well, use them on another mod. Thanks for the feedback and yes, I likely missed a digit. I will check the other threads for calibration but also think it's important for the Mac Beta architect to know we have proper access to do these things on this version with ease. Be well.

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Hi guys (and guyettes :)) - I've come across some strange behavior when changing batteries (I'm using an external charger). For the purpose of collecting stats concerning battery life of different brands, I set up a spreadsheet where I note puffs, seconds and mWh just before I put in a fresh battery. Couple of days ago, I noticed that all those figures had changed after putting in a new one - fwiw, changing an iJoy 26650 for another (iJoy). After that one was done, I wrote down the numbers, this time changing it for a VTC6. All figures remained intact, so I thought it had just been a glitch. However, just now I changed back to one of the iJoys and voila, numbers changed again. Again, all of them three. I realize it's not that big of a deal, doesn't change my vape experience (really like the 75c!!!), however it annoys the heck out of me since it makes my little project so much harder (had programmed the spreadsheet so that I just have to put in the numbers and that thing calculates the values for every single battery). I do have more notes & questions regarding the software, but will keep that for later not to clutter this specific issue. Cheers!

(using a VT75c, eScribe on a Mac, FW 1.1, SP27)

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I downloaded the US version of EScribe for Mac from page one, installed it on my Macbook Pro with OSX 10.13.2 (installed just fine). When I plug in my DNA 75 Squonk mod it simply doesn't see it. I've tried everything and I cannot get EScribe to connect to the device. Can anyone help? Thanks 

 

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Have you tried different USB cables? Some won't allow data connection.

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Hi, when i try to login in to the my evolv account in production utility with wrong password it crashes, with good pass it succeed 

 

 

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