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Motocalc Serial 8.08
There are several ways to find an item in the browser:Use the up and down arrow keys.
Type the first few letters of the desired item'sname/description and use the arrow keys from there.
Type some part of the item's name/description intothe Find field (see below).
Use the scroll bar with the mouse.
The entries are in alphabetical order by the firstcolumn (i.e. the component name) unless you have elected to sortthem into a different order. The Find FieldWhen you begin typing in the Find field, thedatabase browser will jump ahead to the first item whose name/descriptioncontains what you have typed. You can use the up and down arrowbuttons next to the Find field to jump to the next or previousmatching item.For example, with the database as shipped with MotoCalc,typing "400" into the Find field of the motorbrowser will jump to the Diversity Zoom 400 7.2V motor. The upand down buttons will then let you navigate among all the motorscontaining "400" in their name (e.g. the Graupner Speed400 series, Jamara Pro 400, Kontronik BL400-22, and so on).Selecting an ItemOnce you have found and highlighted the desired item,you can select it by: Clicking the OK button.
Pressing the Enter key.
Double-clicking on the item.
SortingBy default, the database browser sorts the data bythe first field (usually a name or description). You can selecta different sort order by clicking on the heading of the columnyou want to sort by. Click on an already sorted column, or clickingon a column heading with the secondary mouse button, will reversethe order of the sort. This feature is useful, for example, whensearching for a cell type with a particular capacity.Finding a Similar ItemThe Similar button sorts the current databasetable according to how similar each item is to the currently highlighteditem. The highlighted item itself will move to the top of thelist, followed by the most similar item, the next most similar,and so on. The meaning of similarity varies with the type of itembeing browsed, but is designed to yield items that are similarin a useful way. You still have to exercise some judgement howeverto choose the most suitable similar item.Note:The Similar button appears only when browsing motors, celltypes, ducted fans, or speed controls. It does not appear forfilters, propeller drive systems, or airframes, because thereis no reasonable measure of similarity for these.Deleting an Unwanted ItemIf the database contains an entry you knowyou'll never use, you can delete an item. Warning:There is no way to get the item back once it is gone (unlessthat item is part of the standard MotoCalc database, in whichcase it will reappear the next time you perform an update).To delete an item, highlight it as described above,and then click on the Delete button. You will then be askedto confirm that you want to delete the item. If you click Yes,the item will be deleted.Printing a Database TableThe entire contents of the currently displayed databasetable can be printed by clicking on the Print button. Manyof the tables are quite wide when printed, so you may want toselect landscape mode printing when the printer selection dialogbox appears (do this by clicking the Properties... buttonand then selecting landscape orientation). Exporting a Database TableAny MotoCalc database can be exported into a text,HTML, or comma-separated-values (CSV) file. This is useful, forexample, if you wish to mail a copy of one of your databases toa friend who also has MotoCalc.To export a database, click the Export...button in the database browser. MotoCalc will display a standardWindows "Save" dialog box, in which you can pick thename and type of file to export to.Exporting to a plain text file will produce the smallestpossible file that MotoCalc can re-import. However, this fileis not well suited to being read by a human, since the columnsare tab-separated, and they will not necessarily line up whenyou view the file in a text editor. Furthermore, the column headingsare the rather cryptic internal names used by MotoCalc.Exporting to HTML will produce a file that is easyto read in a web browser. This file will be about ten times thesize of a plain text file, and will have user-friendly columnheadings. The plain text version of the file is actually includedwithin the HTML file as an HTML comment (which is not visiblewhen viewing the file with a browser). This allows MotoCalc tore-import from the HTML file if desired.A CSV file is the best form for importing into aspreadsheet. The column headings used in the CSV file format arethe user-friendly ones (e.g. "Constant" instead of "MOTORSTANT").Note that MotoCalc cannot re-import the CSV file format;it is export-only.Importing into a Database TablePlain text and HTML files that MotoCalc has exportedcan be re-imported by someone else into their copy of MotoCalc.To import a database table, click the Import...button in the database browser. MotoCalc will display a standardWindows "Open" dialog box, in which you can pick thename and type of file to import from.After importing is completed, MotoCalc will displayhow many new components were added to the database, and how manyexisting components were revised.Note:MotoCalc uses a tab-delimited file format to export into a plaintext file. Some e-mail applications (for example, Netscape whenset to view attachments in-line) will turn tabs into spaces, makingthe file impossible to import. When sending an exported file,be sure to send it as an attachment; do not just cut-and-pasteit into a message. Likewise, when receiving a file, detach itand then import the detached file into MotoCalc.Updating a Table from the Database BrowserThere are two ways to update individual databasetables (i.e. motor, cell type, etc.). The MotoCalc window's Updatemenu, or the database browser's Update... button.The Update... button in the database browsertells MotoCalc you want to update the current database table withthe latest information from the MotoCalc web site. When you clickthis button, MotoCalc will automatically download the latest datafrom www.motocalc.com, and import it as described above. Afterupdating is completed, MotoCalc will display how many new componentswere added to the database, and how many existing components wererevised.Please note that only one database table at a time(i.e. the one you are looking at in the browser or selected fromthe Update menu) will be updated. To update the entiredatabase, go into the browser for each one in turn and click theUpdate... button (or use the Updatemenu).Note:In order for the update facilityto work, you must either be connected to the Internet already,or have your computer configured to automatically connect whenan application attempts to communicate with a web site.Obtaining Database UpdatesThe Update... button inthe database browser lets you update the currently displayed databasetable. The Update menu appears on the MotoCalc Workbenchwindow's main menu bar, and collects all the updating functionsin one place.Updating one Database TableThe Update menu contains items for updatingindividual database tables. For example, selecting the Motors...item from the Update menu updates only the motor sectionof the database with the latest data from www.motocalc.com. Thisis equivalent to clicking the Update... buttonwhile browsing the motor table in the database browser.After updating is completed, MotoCalc will displayhow many new components were added to the database, and how manyexisting components were revised.Updating the Entire DatabaseTo update all sections of the database (i.e. motors,cell types, etc.) at once, select Update All... from theUpdate menu. This will download all the newest data fromwww.motocalc.com, and update the entire database.After updating is completed, MotoCalc will displayhow many of each type of component were added to the database,or revised in the database.Note: Sometimes,after updating a database table or the entire database, MotoCalcwill display an additional notice announcing a new version ofthe MotoCalc program or other important information that you shouldbe aware of.Updating After InstallationIf you have just installed MotoCalc for the firsttime, or have just installed a new version of the MotoCalc program(for example, upgrading from version 7 to version 8), then thefirst time you run MotoCalc, you will be asked if your would "likeMotoCalc to connect to the MotoCalc web site to check for newor revised data?". Clicking Yes will then update theentire database as described above.Getting User Contributed DataThere is a huge number of motors, cell types, speedcontrols, etc. being used for electric flight, and new ones arebeing introduced almost every day. It is virtually impossiblefor us at Capable Computing to keep up with this flow of equipment,especially since manufacturers don't necessarily send us the informationfor their products. As a result, many users perform the appropriatetests and make the measurements needed to obtain this data foruse with their copy of MotoCalc. Version 7 introduced the abilityfor them to contribute this data for sharing with other MotoCalcusers via the MotoCalc web site.Because this data is not reviewed by Capable Computing,it is kept separate from the official updates. You can view allthe user-contributed data by going to your web browser.To add user contributed data to your MotoCalc database,select the Get Contributed Data... item from the Updatemenu. This will display the user contributed data browser.