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Looking for a CHDK developer for a custom application using CHDK as a foundation

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I am small statured but not keen on fun  :)

Here you are :-
http://www.zshare.net/download/7632014220e5e98f/
Last used values are saved in parameter set '0'.
All seems to work as far as saving the settings into parameter set '0'.

The program always defaults to the 'Test Mode' (2).
I'd rather have it default to the 'Fast Shoot Mode' (0)
Is it possible to also save the 'Shoot' setting also into parameter set '0'?

Also not that I care but I noticed the file size is about the same as before. Did you decide not to shoot for the 100k file size?
Like you said it does not affect me but I thought you were challenging yourself to make it smaller?

I am trying to make it smaller now, there is no hurry.

I will upload a G11 build for testing when available.

In script Autostart, the values used are the ones in the script, change it to '0'.

You can save any settings you like in the parameter sets.

EDIT

Just to be clear, after running a script the currently-used values are saved as parameter set '0'.
Autostart will run the script using its built-in values, not any of the parameter sets.
If you turn-off Autostart, you will need to choose a parameter-set and then run the script.
« Last Edit: 20 / May / 2010, 19:08:13 by Microfunguy »

Understand. I wasn't trying to rush you to build it smaller, I was just wondering.

When I run a parameter set, i.e. set 3, those values get copied to parameter set '0', except for the 'Shoot' parameter. Every time I run any parameter set then look at the contents of set '0' the 'Shoot' parameter is alway set to '2' (test).

I'm not sure if that how it is supposed to function or not?

When you say that "Autostart will run the script using its built-in values" where are those values stored? Are those hard coded?


I think I answered my own question.

These values are stored in the MD script. Is that correct?

The values in the script are fixed, they are not overwritten.
You set them to the required values.

The only values automatically saved will be for parameter-set '0'.
The other parameter sets are manually defined by you by copy-and-pasting an existing set and changing the values and descriptions.

If, for example, you select parameter-set '3' , change some values and run it .. it will be saved as parameter set '0'.


If, for example, you select parameter-set '3' , change some values and run it .. it will be saved as parameter set '0'.
Yes, this is true except for two parameters. The 'Shoot' parameter. The 'Shoot' parameter is never saved and always defaults to '2' (test) and the 'Mask Row Bottom' is not saved and defaults to '0'.

For instance, if I select the parameter set '3', change all the parameters, exit the menu, shoot some motion detection shots, stop shooting, reenter the menu, and then check the parameters in set '0' everything except two parameters are saved. The 'Shoot' parameter is not saved. The 'Shoot' parameter is always defaulting back to '2' (test). The 'Mask Rows Bottom' parameter is not saved and defaults to a value of '0'

Outside of these issue, the program is perfect.

Oops,

I also meant to say I tried it on all three camera with the same results.


I will check it later.

Thank you David.

 

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