If the manual is properly structured, you should be able find "Timers" in the contents page and just go there (it will be a little over one page). Take a look at the Er9x manual for example.kaos wrote:If someone needs to read a manual 50 pages long just to set up a timer on the Tx, there is something wrong with it.jhsa wrote:Agree.. I already have a lot of c**p on my daily life, just don't need more at the moment
That's why Mike's restructuring of the menus was so important. We can now find our way around the firmware much more easily and this really helps with the manual too.
Of course, reading the Timer section doesn't help much if you haven't been able to set up your model, so in the end people will have to read more than that.
The manual currently under way is intended to be comprehensive and therefore it works its way through all the menus systematically. It's essentially a reference document, and that means most people won't read from beginning to end (there are a few of us who do! ).
When this basic resource is finished, I would like to produce a quite different one aimed directly at newcomers to the firmware. It will tell you the minimum you need to know to get one of these transmitters up and running with some typical types of model. A sort of "quick start for ErSky9x." But first things first.
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