NEW Editor feature in HP Tuners VCM Suite 3.5 beta: User Defined Parameters.
What are User Defined Parameters?
If you have information on parameters (Switches, Scalars, and/or Tables) that we do not have defined currently in VCM Editor, you can now add them yourself and edit them right in VCM Editor immediately. All you need to do is define the parameters using TunerPro, save the TunerPro definition, and import the TunerPro definition right into the User Defined Parameters feature in VCM Editor. If you would like parameters added to VCM Editor permanently, you can still email support requesting they be added. Please Note: Not all controllers supported by VCM Suite support User Defined Parameters, please email Support for more information.
How do I get to use the User Defined Parameters feature?
The User Defined Parameters feature can be purchased by logging into your customer page and purchasing the one-time feature unlock for $99.99. After you purchase, you will be provided with a new application key. Once you receive the application key, simply enter it into VCM Suite and User Defined Parameters will be available for you to use.
How do I define my own parameters for VCM Editor?
If you have the necessary information on a parameter that you would like to define yourself, you can define and import your own parameters by doing the following:
Define the Parameter(s) using TunerPro (To download TunerPro, visit: Download TunerPro)
Save your .XDF file with the parameters you wish to import
Open your .HPT file in VCM Editor
Go to Edit -> User Defined Parameters
Open the XDF File and your parameters will be imported into VCM Editor for editing.
Please see the example TunerPro .XDF file posted below for an example of each parameter type:
What are the "Allowed Addresses" in the User Defined Parameters window?
The allowed addresses are address ranges that you are allowed to define parameters in. If you try to define a parameter outside these ranges, they will not import and you will not be allowed to edit them.
How do I define a Parameter?
HP Tuners would like to thank Mark Mansur at TunerPro for his support and would encourage everyone to donate to TunerPro here: Donate to TunerPro or to purchase TunerPro RT for a $39 Donation at: Purchase TunerPro RT
Last edited by hptuners; 03-20-2017 at 06:04 PM.