*BLF LT1 Lantern Project) (updated Nov,17,2020)

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Please put me down for 3 more. (In addition to #990, #991 on the list. 5 total.) Thanks!

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Could you also please add 3 more for me (for a total of 5).
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Please add me for 3 more (5 total).

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Put me down for 2 more.. 4 total

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Thanks for helping spread the word about the meet up DBSAR!

I’m looking at Humber Bay park East for the location so far. I’m going to give it a visit on Thursday night to see if it’s suitable for our activities.

Meanwhile send me a private message for more details and the discord server link!

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Please put me down for one more. (Total of 2).

Thanks for the hard work everyone! Thumbs Up

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Add me for two more please.

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I’d like to be added for one more for a total of 2.
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For those interested, here is the downloadble french translation of the LT1 manual.

And there are the pics (right click > display pic).

I'm opened to suggestions.

Rise and Shine my precious...

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Merci beaucoup ! Hat

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fneuf wrote:

For those interested, here is the downloadble french translation of the LT1 manual.

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Quelle bonne surprise. Merci beaucoup. J'étais si libre de dire à Sofirn qui méritait cet honneur. Adelina t'a probablement envoyé un message. Wink

Tu es d'accord si je déplace ce fichier vers le point de partage public où toutes les traductions peuvent être trouvées ?

 

Une petite suggestion d'amélioration:

Could you try to move the UI diagram a bit more up? It looks like the lower side will be too close to the edge of the page.

 

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Please add one more for me.

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can you add 3 more for a total of 4 for me

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1 for me

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fneuf wrote:

For those interested, here is the downloadble french translation of the LT1 manual.

Oh ! Merci, c’est très apprécié Thumbs Up

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I just checked Amazon (US) and it listed as in stock for $69.99, not eligible for Prime, and delivered Oct 31 – Nov 22. No option for batteries included yet.

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Please add me for 2 more. Total will be 8. I have a couple friends that are dragging their feet and I know they’re going to want to get one.

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Please add another with batteries for me (total of 2)

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Could you put me down for 1 more for a total of 2 lanterns. Thanks!

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Put me down for 3 more please, I think this puts me at 5?

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Can you please put me down for 1 more? Total 2. Thanks

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ChrYoko wrote:
Merci beaucoup ! :HAT:

De nada wink

Lux-Perpetua wrote:

fneuf wrote:

For those interested, here is the downloadble french translation of the LT1 manual.

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Quelle bonne surprise. Merci beaucoup. J'étais si libre de dire à Sofirn qui méritait cet honneur. Adelina t'a probablement envoyé un message. Wink

Tu es d'accord si je déplace ce fichier vers le point de partage public où toutes les traductions peuvent être trouvées ?

 

Une petite suggestion d'amélioration:

Could you try to move the UI diagram a bit more up? It looks like the lower side will be too close to the edge of the page.

No message from Adelina for now.

Of course, please share it on the public folder.

I'll move it up within the next minutes.

 

derfyled wrote:
fneuf wrote:

For those interested, here is the downloadble french translation of the LT1 manual.

Oh ! Merci, c'est très apprécié :THUMBS-UP:

innocent

 

My two last remaining questions are still opened:

  1. Can somebody help me on the "Switch Backlight" chapter. I'm confused of the behavior, and don't want to translate something I'm not sure of getting.
  2. Can somebody detail me this paragraph from the "Ramp Configuration" section: Note the default (after a battery change or other power interruption) for LT1 setup the smooth ramp will turn on at level 65.  For the stepped ramp, the output level choices by default are 10 / 45 / 80 / 115 / 150. The LT1 will turn on at level 80 by default.  Once the floor and ceiling levels of the LT1 are changed as described below, the LT1 will remember these changes even after the power is interrupted.  After the stepped ramp is changed the lantern will come on at the programmed level closest to 65.
    1. Why does STEPPED and SMOOTH does not share the same default (65 vs. 80)?
    2. What are the various defaults for SMOOTH? Or on the opposite why are there multiple defaults for STEPPED?
    3. Why does the STEPPED RAMP would want to be as close as possible to level 65 on start after a programmation?

They are needed so I can fully finish the translation.

Rise and Shine my precious...

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Please add 2 , Thanks for your efforts!

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please add me for 1 more, totalling 4.
Thanks,
olles!

Many thanks to all BLF members involved in this multi-year Project – I am grateful that there are so many skilled and dedicated people here, even more so as they work contructively together to bring such products to life! Incredible!

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I would like one please.

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Please add 1 more. 2 total.

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Please add 2 more for me, a total of 4

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fneuf wrote:

  • Can somebody help me on the “Switch Backlight“ chapter. I’m confused of the behavior, and don’t want to translate something I’m not sure of getting.

  • Can somebody detail me this paragraph from the “Ramp Configuration“ section: Note the default (after a battery change or other power interruption) for LT1 setup the smooth ramp will turn on at level 65.  For the stepped ramp, the output level choices by default are 10 / 45 / 80 / 115 / 150. The LT1 will turn on at level 80 by default.  Once the floor and ceiling levels of the LT1 are changed as described below, the LT1 will remember these changes even after the power is interrupted.  After the stepped ramp is changed the lantern will come on at the programmed level closest to 65.

    1. Why does STEPPED and SMOOTH does not share the same default (65 vs. 80)?

    2. What are the various defaults for SMOOTH? Or on the opposite why are there multiple defaults for STEPPED?

    3. Why does the STEPPED RAMP would want to be as close as possible to level 65 on start after a programmation?




  • They are needed so I can fully finish the translation.


    I’ll try to help. Not sure what your question is on the switch backlight, I didn’t go back and read all the posts closely, please ask a detailed question.
    As far as your 3 questions on the ramped configuration section go,
    1. That’s the way ToyKeeper designed the firmware. default is level 80 for smooth. In stepped, the region between the bottom and top of the stepped range are user configurable, and the firmware divides the region up evenly depending on the user’s choice of steps. ToyKeeper chose the defaults listed. For stepped ramp, the default is the level closest to level 80, which is 65 for her design of the default. Hope that explains it.
    2. Hmm, not exactly sure what your asking. The defaults are listed on page 2 of the english version in the section called Ramp Configuration, 3rd paragraph. Is there more your looking for? All of this is user programmable, so once it is changed by the user the “defaults” change.
    3. The grammar in this question is hard for me to understand. I think the answer is that’s the way ToyKeeper programmed it. You can never change the level wanting to default to at (smooth ramp) or near as possible (stepped ramp). You can change the bottom and top of the ramps independently for each ramp type, and the number of steps for the stepped ramp, but not the default level at which the lantern will turn on with a single click after the battery is replaced. Once the user changes the factory defaults, they can be reset, but I don’t think that got put in the manual as to how, at least I didn’t find it at glance right now.

    PocketSammich wrote: I don’t need this, but I want it. Please sign me up.

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    Please add 1 more. 2 total.

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