Confirm Smoothswing.ini file parameters

So im just asking to confirm a couple smoothswing.ini parameters to see if they are either old code or no longer active in proffie OS4x and above.

Ive seen some smoothswing.ini files contain:


degrees per second needed to register first swing transition
the default is 45.0 (1 to 360)
- Transition1Degrees=45

degrees per second needed to register second swing transition
the default is 160.0 (1 to 360)
- Transition2Degrees=260

set to 90 degrees per second to approximate double-blades
the default is 180.0 (90 double blade, 1 - 360 max)
- Transition3Degrees=180


Versus another different ini file contain:


degrees per second needed to register first swing transition
the default is 45.0 (1 to 360)
- Transition1Degrees=45

degrees per second needed to register second swing transition
the default is 160.0 (1 to 360)
- Transition2Degrees=160


However, the current wiki no longer speaks about ‘Transition3Degrees=’ so i’m wondering if this is even being used anymore? is that 2nd set of transition parameters above now the standard default, with a significantly lower Transition2Degrees number than what we used before (without the Transition3Degrees)?

Transition3Degrees is not a thing, and has never been a thing in ProffieOS.
Also, these descriptions of Transition1Degrees and Transition2Degrees are wrong.

Interestingly, now that I look up what Transition1Degrees and Transition2Degrees do, I think I found a bug.

Transition1Degrees was meant to specify how many degrees the “crossover” between the hi/low takes. Transition2Degrees was meant to specify roughly how many degrees until the first transition occurs. However, I seem to have mixed them up, and they are both crossover lengths.

I should probably fix that.

Ok good! Glad i have some clarity on these now. So is the following default parameters below still true then?

# Length of first transition in degrees.
Transition1Degrees=45
# Length of second transition in degrees.
Transition2Degrees=160.0
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Yes, those are the defaults, and the descriptions are least semi-accurate.

Thank you for confirming! :slight_smile: