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Old 09-11-2012, 08:02 AM
AutobahnCowboy AutobahnCowboy is offline
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Roundtimer after coding Digital Speed?!

Hey there

i just coded successfully some things on an mate´s F30
such things like deactivate sbr and comfort-win and mirrors

including the digital speedometer on bc
after coding this option i turned the ignition on and all lamps on the bc flushed normally on and i got additional uniquely a small (probably a Roundtimer) stopwatch symbol with time 00.00:000 under it

i missed to take a photo or a video of it cause it came unexecepted

ive only a photo of the acctual state

in the white cycle which i tagged was the symbol which i tried to paint

does anyone know the function of it and how can i get it back?


regards from Germany
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Old 09-11-2012, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by AutobahnCowboy View Post
Hey there

i just coded successfully some things on an mate´s F30
such things like deactivate sbr and comfort-win and mirrors

including the digital speedometer on bc
after coding this option i turned the ignition on and all lamps on the bc flushed normally on and i got additional uniquely a small (probably a Roundtimer) stopwatch symbol with time 00.00:000 under it

i missed to take a photo or a video of it cause it came unexecepted

ive only a photo of the acctual state

in the white cycle which i tagged was the symbol which i tried to paint

does anyone know the function of it and how can i get it back?


regards from Germany
Are you sure it wasn't the "You need to set the clock" notification? You could always undo and recode the digital speedometer to see if it comes up again.

Sean
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Old 09-11-2012, 06:00 PM
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I think it is indeed the warning to reset the clock. I just got it while coding something in KOMBI.

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Old 09-13-2012, 12:48 PM
AutobahnCowboy AutobahnCowboy is offline
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omg

unfortunately youre right

im sry if someone sticks hope in this

today i recoded this and it appears like you said

sad..
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