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    Posted: 13 October 2021 at 1:32pm
Hi 
I've been learning to use WINisd for the last couple of months , version 0.7.0.950
and I don't seem to be able to save edits to driver parameters.
I don't get an error message or anything and it looks like it has saved but the next time I use WINisd the parameters have reverted to the pre edit figures.
Am I likely to be doing somthing wrong or is this a software bug ?

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Do you mean when you edit the parameters from your project window? Those changes aren't saved to the database, it's not a bug it's just the way it works. 
If you want to save new or different parameters for a driver, you have to choose "new driver" and make a new entry into the database. If your driver is already in the database, just give it a name like "xxxx V2" so you know which model is which. However, you may run into problems if WinISD's parameter checking routine doesn't think your driver is real ;)
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Ok that makes sense, thank you 
Yes I was trying to do it from the project window 

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Rather than create a whole new driver record, you can edit the database driver records by using the "Driver Database" button and then loading the model you want to edit.
As Studio45 says, you do have to do it this way rather than in a project, as those changes would only be saved within that specific project.
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Originally posted by DMorison DMorison wrote:

Rather than create a whole new driver record, you can edit the database driver records by using the "Driver Database" button and then loading the model you want to edit.
As Studio45 says, you do have to do it this way rather than in a project, as those changes would only be saved within that specific project.

Ahh yes of course 
Seems obvious now 
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