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Thread: My Artisan set up for roasting with a Behmor 1600+ with a probe in the beans

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    My Artisan set up for roasting with a Behmor 1600+ with a probe in the beans

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    I have a question. I've been trying to get a custom event for adding a P5, P4, P3 ect. symbol on the BT line of the graph in Artisan. I'm not sure I am explaining it right so here is a video I made that describes it better.
    https://youtu.be/Nfj0uxBThKk
    If anyone knows how to do this, I would greatly appreciate knowing how.

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    You can use the Config to set up an Event type, (defaults are Gas, Damper, None, None), but you can change the name or use one of the None's. Then you can set up Buttons (see the buttons Tab in the Config window), that makes use of the Event type etc.

    Then while roasting hit the appropriate button you have configured to signify the event. So in your case maybe you set the Event to Prog then a set of Buttons that don't actually take an action but will add the event to the chart. So giving the Buttons values of say 1 & 2 & 3, you should show a P1, P2, P3 on the chart when you press the button.

    Documentation: https://artisan-scope.org/docs/quick-start-guide/

    etc.....

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    So encouraging (not) when you take the trouble to answer a question from someone, that a little investigation and a "Read The Manual" attitude, could have answered anyway, and you don't even get an acknowledgement from the person who raised the question in the 1st place, but you do from one of the forum stalwarts.

    maybe I should have been alerted to the fact it's their 1st and only post over a year after joining.

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    Agree mate...

    It can be a bit disheartening at times . Expressing gratitude is such a simple thing to do.

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    Has pufish even seen the response yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackster View Post
    Has pufish even seen the response yet?
    Yes, true enough...

    I usually check back within a week or so and if there's no response from the OP, then I assume the problem has been fixed or the help wasn't appreciated. I don't get too hung up on it though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamK View Post
    So encouraging (not) when you take the trouble to answer a question from someone, that a little investigation and a "Read The Manual" attitude, could have answered anyway, and you don't even get an acknowledgement from the person who raised the question in the 1st place, but you do from one of the forum stalwarts.

    maybe I should have been alerted to the fact it's their 1st and only post over a year after joining.

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    Know exactly where your coming from Graham, had this happen repeatedly over the years I've been contributing to CS, thankfully the majority do acknowledge help in one way or another.

    Just seems the decent thing to do.

    Guess we're all different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackster View Post
    Has pufish even seen the response yet?
    How would you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackster View Post
    Has pufish even seen the response yet?
    He has not been back since having made the post.


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    So! there you go, there is a supreme being who knows all.

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    Or at least one who knows where the Profile link is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimal View Post

    I usually check back within a week or so and if there's no response from the OP, then I assume the problem has been fixed or the help wasn't appreciated. I don't get too hung up on it though...
    For sure, not really a big deal, but it is a common occurrence which means I always end up 2nd guessing whether or not to bother to reply. These days I usually only reply to technical style information anyway, got burned too often in the early days getting involved an anything that may be slightly contentious.

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    Behmor Coffee Roaster
    Fair enough GK...

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