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Just a thought!


What everyone thinks about getting one moderator, that as things move forward would be able to put everything say for gen1 in one sticky to make it easier for newbies to guru's. Think it would make it much easier to promote ecu editor and make life easier programming. I would be more than willing to do it and anything missing just send it to my email and it would be added. But think it would be best as a locked area for info only and no posting, Thoughts?

And all moderators please don't take it wrong, you guys are doing a great job and keep up the work. Just a thought to help out, that is all.



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I think its a good idea, i often get people asking for help and a common comment is that they get lost in all the detailed information in the threads, so a single point of information would be great, alternatively this information could be put in the ecueditor online help which i have created, this has a good structure to it and may be the best place for this information?

http://www.woolichracing.com/ecueditor_help/

Feel free to start adding content to the online help, i have approval turned on but i get notified when someone makes a change and will approve it. Please try to keep the style consistent with what is already there :)

 



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Absolutely would keep it same style and such. Just i know how many hours of searching i did and having to figure out if it was for gen 1 or gen 2 and such. I'm more for all gen 1 since i have gen 1 and there are alot of people looking for gen 1 info.

Will do and thanks for the heads up.

 



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