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If Control+Shift+F4 is coded (>K:MIXTURE_RICH), how do you code Control+Shift+F1 which is

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Forget about "key presses," as they aren't really needed here...If you look at the EventIDs.doc file from the SDK, you'll see ALL of the available commands for MIXTURE.In fact, (>K:MIXTURE_LEAN) or (>K:MIXTURE1_LEAN) will accomplish your goal, as they will set the mixture to max lean.Alternatively, passing the precise value using the _SET command will accomplish the goal:0 (>K:MIXTURE_SET)

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I saw the K events for mixture but there was none for Mixture Idle Cutoff. (>K:MIXTURE_LEAN) is Ctrl+Shift+F2 and only leans the mixture, but no cutoff. Setting K:MIXTURE_SET to zero was what I was looking for. Thanks,Glenn

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>I saw the K events for mixture but there was none for Mixture>Idle Cutoff. (>K:MIXTURE_LEAN) is Ctrl+Shift+F2 and only leans>the mixture, but no cutoff. Setting K:MIXTURE_SET to zero was>what I was looking for. Good. Glad to have helped.BTW, Ctrl-Shift+F2 is actually equivalent to K:MIXTURE_LEAN_DECR...IOW, you have to repeatedly tap the F2 key while holding Ctrl-Shift down in order to get a "full decrease" in mixture.Ctrl-Shift +F1 - full leanF2 - decrease graduallyF3 - increase graduallyF4 - full rich

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