Are Your COM Ports Communicating Accurately?

Are your COM ports swapped?

Mezintel Gamma has a debug window which is commonly used for diagnosing serial port communication issues. One of our customers suggested that this feature would be even more useful if it can be accessed before actually loading a gamma job — instead of only from within a job.
Good idea! So we implemented his suggestion…[1]
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3 Ways to Specify Gamma Scale Factor

You can specify a gamma scale factor for each bit run in Mezintel Gamma using a new built-in tool that helps you derive scale factors.[1]
You can enter a scaling factor if you know it, otherwise, if you are unsure then you can calculate or find it from the Bit Runs window:

  • In the Scale section under the bit run you want, double-click the value box for Gamma Scale Factor
    The Get Scale Factor window opens

You may also click the button to open up Get Scale Factor window.

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3 New Methods of Editing Gamma, ROP & Other Samples

In Mezintel Gamma, samples points logged when the drill bit is ‘off-bottom’ are not shown on the plot. This is useful because it allows you to safely remove points from the plot by manually setting them to be off-bottom. This hides the points rather than delete them. The hidden points can be revealed again by reverting them back to be ‘on-bottom’.
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