sticky OnStep Configuration Generator
Great points in your post.
I am also convinced that a configuration generator is a significant UX (User eXperience) improvement, and will help those who are starting with OnStep and save them considerable time and effort.
So, I wrote an OnStep Configuration Generator:
It does the following:
If you have a version that is earlier than 1.1.f, please download a more recent newer version.
The Configuration Generator is now online, and instructions are at the top of the page.
Here is a video demonstrating the generator step by step.
Your feedback is welcome.
On Fri, Jan 5, 2018 at 06:20 am, <pete.ingram@...> wrote:
I was wondering if a configuration program might not be possible. Obviously it would need to be PC based and then the Mac guys will cry foul. Oh well. My idea was formed around the concept of the config program actually writing to configxxx.h file. Is this viable or even desirable?
So I make OnStep work and then after two years I decide to upgrade some hardware that is incompatible with the current OnSTep configuration. I now have to re-learn how it works. This a configuration program would be a quick and easy way to get back running again. I realize that this may not be a direction you wish to move towards. Again, it's just a thought.