Mr.Bottomfeeder Posted February 3, 2020 Report Share Posted February 3, 2020 (edited) Hello friends, I am wondering, when and how the DNA (75 as well the 250) checks the "Temp Sensing Detect". Reason for is, if by any reason the DNA won't find the Temp Sensing Wire as such one (fluctuating resistance aso.), it switches the "Temp Sensing Detect"-Flag to "false" (the "Temp Sensing Material"-Flag stays on "true" in that case). Thats OK . But it won't ever switch the "Temp Sensing Detect"-Flag to "true" again, if the problem is fixed (fixed screws in RDA and/or screwing RDA harder into the 510). Every time this happens, I have to connect my Mod to the Escribe-Program, let it download existing settings from Mod and choose "Upload changed Settings to DNA" This is the only one way I found out to set the "Temp Sensing Detected"-Flag to "true" again. By doing this, the Temp Sensing Mode will be activated again. But this is very nagging and can be done only at home. If I am on the way and this problem occurs, I have Wattage mode until I come back home and perform this again. Is there another way to set this flag - or let manually check the "Temp Sensing Detect"-routine in the DNA once again? I tried all, I could imagine - switching wire, measuring resistance again, switching all modes, nothing helps. When TSD is set to "false" one time, it stays on "false" - no mater, what I try. Hope, someone could help with this problem. By the way... Did someone get managed it, in "Theme Designer" - "Appearance" in the Color Scheme "Text"-Color getting the chosen color for Text really displayed on his Theme? I can only choose the "Fill"-Colors and let them displayed in the Theme - but whatever color I choose in "Text", It won't be displayed in my theme, but the color, what I have given for that fields when programming the Theme. (Solved - may not choose a manual color for the fields - after "Reset" the colors, it works fine)😀 Kind regards Edited February 3, 2020 by Mr.Bottomfeeder grammatical corrections and additional info 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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