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  • #16
    What was the solution? I read that twice and all I could figure out is that things are working again now that you've tried them some more?

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    • #17
      solutions are older lap counter or direct wire to pb4

      ok today dug out another new counter bought in 2016
      it previously worked ok with the new straight dual changers with pb4
      unlike the older counter which would not handle new changers with pb4

      tested ok on pb4
      failed with arc pro mod
      failed again with mod
      tested ok again with pb4

      conclusion is
      use stock older lap counter with appless arc pro mod
      or direct wire new or old digital counter to out of track pb4


      apologize for messing up Riko's how to fix arc pro posting
      you guys really did great service with this mod
      Last edited by gorp; 02-10-2018, 11:22 AM.

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      • #18
        Gorp... Is your I key broke or do you have an aversion to the word 'I'? I've noticed it a lot, you completely avoid the use of it.

        I was always starting sentences with it ditched, 'Will' instead of 'I will' as an example... 'Was' instead of 'I was'. We were always taught in English class to minimise it's use. I've always felt to over use it comes across selfish (for want of a better way to explain), I this, I that. It does need to be reduced but to completely ditch it can make for some bad text.

        I noticed it as I did the same but now 'I' is welcomed in my use of words.
        Last edited by mitchiemasha; 06-05-2018, 02:56 PM.

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        • #19
          Gorp has his own inimitable style, but he gets his point across just fine.

          to SCI!

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          • #20
            Yes. I'm slowly starting to understand it. It was harder at first but the more I read, the more it computes.

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            • #21
              We call it "Gorpish"

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