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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-01-2017, 05:45 Thread Starter
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Cool Looks like new TOAF is nearly here!

With re-sizeable window.
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With re-sizeable window.
Cool, I'm looking forward to the upgrade.
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Was doing a bit of work with TOAF today re sorting out the wipers.
The one wipe and wash (pull the stalk back) wasnt working so had a look in the wipers section. While there was a few on/off options for various wiper functions,on the single wipe/wash one there was no options except for a default value listed as 3.
Not sure what that meant but noticed anything else in the wiper area that was activated had a default of 36,changed it to that but didnt seem to do anything.
Eventually got it working, more to do with the stalk in the steering column I think!!
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Will be .. I'm almost there
will be the ability to change the font and some other "news"
I'm hoping that the flashing tool is up and running
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Thanks for the Toaf news Shawn, be interesting to see if they’ve sorted the 1.8 side of things too. Too cold to do anything car-wise here, had over 20c below last night.

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Thanks for the Toaf news Shawn, be interesting to see if they’ve sorted the 1.8 side of things too. Too cold to do anything car-wise here, had over 20c below last night.

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-20 below,could do with some of that over here in Australia,we had three days of 40c last week !!!
You move, you sweat !!!
Dry as as a dead dingoes donger !!!! as they say!!
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Just as a matter of interest, just like to say what a great tool TOAF is,especially for us owners out on the other side of the planet.
As a point, had a fault in the reversing sensors on my 75 doer upper.
According to all the info I could find could have been a number of things as the was a longish high beep when selecting reverse but no sensors appeared to be working.
Forums suggest you put your ear down to the sensor and if you here a faint clicking the sensor is working.
Did that, all the sensors were clicking.Checked wirig,sensor unit etc, thought id try TOAF, under the PDF module,errors came up faulty right rear sensor !!!
Sure enough,pulled the bumper off and it was the right rear sensor !!!
While I had the bumper of did sealed up the infamous leaky air vents and also the tail light seals.
For the info of those interested ,if the reverse is engaged and one or more of the sensors are duff,you get a long high pitched sound out of the sounder but no working sensors, when its working properly and you engage reverse you get a short lower pitched sound for a short time and then silence.
Found a good way to test them if your by yourself and you have a garage with automatic door,close the door when its close to the car !!
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Just as a matter of interest, just like to say what a great tool TOAF is,especially for us owners out on the other side of the planet.
As a point, had a fault in the reversing sensors on my 75 doer upper.
According to all the info I could find could have been a number of things as the was a longish high beep when selecting reverse but no sensors appeared to be working.
Forums suggest you put your ear down to the sensor and if you here a faint clicking the sensor is working.
Did that, all the sensors were clicking.Checked wirig,sensor unit etc, thought id try TOAF, under the PDF module,errors came up faulty right rear sensor !!!
Sure enough,pulled the bumper off and it was the right rear sensor !!!
While I had the bumper of did sealed up the infamous leaky air vents and also the tail light seals.
For the info of those interested ,if the reverse is engaged and one or more of the sensors are duff,you get a long high pitched sound out of the sounder but no working sensors, when its working properly and you engage reverse you get a short lower pitched sound for a short time and then silence.
Found a good way to test them if your by yourself and you have a garage with automatic door,close the door when its close to the car !!
I dumped the reverse system on my old car because at £15 for a secondhand sensor and £25 for a T4 diagnosis to find out which one it was,it just wasn't worth it when an aftermarket system was only £11.
Those bad old days are gone for most but I saw someone the other week who was a Newbie wanting his auto-locking switching off and people were still telling him to go get it T4'ed and pay for the privilege.
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I dumped the reverse system on my old car because at £15 for a secondhand sensor and £25 for a T4 diagnosis to find out which one it was,it just wasn't worth it when an aftermarket system was only £11.
Those bad old days are gone for most but I saw someone the other week who was a Newbie wanting his auto-locking switching off and people were still telling him to go get it T4'ed and pay for the privilege.
I was lucky,had a spare bumper laying around with sensors.
Ratted one of those.
Without some sort of diagnostic system it would be a right pain to sort out!!
Amazing how how one sensor failing cripples the whole system !!
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OK at 5.50pm here.

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Yes it's still there, I dip in about once a week to read their TOAF threads.
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Oh yes back up with some pics of tablets running the new beta version.
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Yes it's still there, I dip in about once a week to read their TOAF threads.
Hi, which threads do you refer too? I cannot see any on the main website.
Do you mean the F/B page? I can`t find anything in English in there either ?
Ken.
PS to Shawn, hey Matey . Thanks also for the little update. Keep your eyes on it please.
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Hi, which threads do you refer too? I cannot see any on the main website.
Try here: https://forum.roverki.eu/viewtopic.p...asc&start=1260

You need to install a translator plugin for your browser.
Go to the webpage above and click the Translate button on the browser toolbar.

I noticed there are a few English posts sent to the thread. If you have a page with part of it in English the translator may spot it and tell you it's already in English. So the rest of the Polish stuff is left untouched. Of course there's an obvious way to get over that. Select another language to translate everything to, say Dutch, then translate all that back into English.

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fredup napisał/a:
Is the new TOAF going on general release?

Slowly we'll finish...

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If it is do you have a release date?

Traditionally, the first in April

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Looks like some good news.
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