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by Stueys

Loving your work, thanks!

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This is super-useful. I've just printed two copies to laminate and keep in key places, and sent others to athletes who could use this for travel help.

Thank you!

jih
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by jih

These are fantastic - thank you!

One slight confusion - on the 12s sheet it refers to the "rear rerailleur button" and the "function button". I think these are the same thing, but giving it two different names makes that unclear.

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by jj911c2

Very useful - thanks for posting. Would be great if you can add the crash recovery mode instructions in a future update for 12 speed version.

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TerryDi2C
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Thanks! I'm updating them tonight, changing the fonts and spacing a bit, and also fixing some of the feedback.

12-speed crash reset is a bit different, since you just shift out of it. I'll see if I can add that at some point though :}

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TerryDi2C wrote:
Thu Nov 10, 2022 9:14 am
SixThirteen wrote:
Thu Nov 10, 2022 5:47 am
Maybe it is a daft question but I see two things the same

press junction box button for .5s or more gets you battery check
press junction box button for .5s or more gets you bluetooth connection mode
Thanks! The first should be max 0.5s or "0.5 s or less". The other one is 0.5s - 2s.

I'll make that more clear tonight, and fix the other small issues too. Thanks!
Thanks! Did you regenerate the PNGs / PDFs on the same links?
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TerryDi2C
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Yep! The version number at the bottom right should be V2022.11.3.

I initially set the cache headers to forever, so you may need to ctrl-f5 before you'll see any changes ;)

I'll do another update, to fix jih's feedback

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by Hazzer19

Super helpful, thank you!!

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TerryDi2C wrote:
Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:43 am
Yep! The version number at the bottom right should be V2022.11.3.

I initially set the cache headers to forever, so you may need to ctrl-f5 before you'll see any changes ;)

I'll do another update, to fix jih's feedback
Wasn't getting updated files so I used CURL to download them directly, and the text says "battery check .5 seconds or more".

Should be "or less" ?
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It should probably say 'about 0.5s' for 11-speed Di2. I don't think holding it for longer than 0.5s hurts, but yeah.. I'll fix that.
(and the use of 'RD button' vs 'function button')

It says '0.5s or less' on the 12-speed versions, fortunately :) :) :)

And yeah... my bad. I originally set the browser caching for those files to a loooooooooooooong time. I fixed that for future versions, but that doesn't help people that already downloaded them :)
Last edited by TerryDi2C on Thu Nov 17, 2022 8:50 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Actually, it should be "0.5s or more" for 10/11-speed ;-)
Phew!

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by FatLadAtTheBack

Excellent work, thank you

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by Jasonlelam

That is really what I want before move on my bike upgrade. Thank you.

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