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    punchedoutpunchedout United StatesPosts: 29
    edited March 20

    Kit000 is a default kit.
    Kit200 is a kit that has a kick on C1
    Kit211 is a kit that has a kick on B0

    200 and 211 were generated with the generator.
    I tried to see if there were any differences in the XML, but could find none. That is why I am so confused...

    I attached the kits in a archived rar. If it fails. I will attach a link:

    http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=90843311428480522640

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    HorstmaistaHorstmaista Los AngelesPosts: 53

    Sorry dude, can't help you than. Good luck. Let me know in case you find out what's happening there.

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    punchedoutpunchedout United StatesPosts: 29

    Thank you for your help while I looked into this. In the end it turned out to be 2.1.1 I didn't realize there was a 2.1.2 firmware update.

    Either my firmware was corrupted somehow or I just needed to get on the latest version. Now every kit starts on C1 and I can shift the kick to the C1 slot if the generator does not automatically do it on the few that had issues.

    I really appreciate your work here and will try to add to it. I'd like to add clap, one tom, crash and ride to the sorter. I'll review the syntax and give it a shot. If I finish it I'll upload it for others.

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    keymankeyman Palmela, PortugalPosts: 8

    @punchedout Latest firmware is 2.1.3 ;-)

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    punchedoutpunchedout United StatesPosts: 29

    Yes, immediately after posting this, I checked my other posts and realized this. Still seems to work. I will still do my best to update this to include clap, tom, crash, and ride.

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    punchedoutpunchedout United StatesPosts: 29
    edited March 22

    @Horstmaista how did you learn to code? This is very elegant to my eyes and mind. Did you go to school or just through independent study? I'd like to be a better developer, but struggle to find anybody who has time to help answer questions as I encounter them. Understandably we are all busy.

    I wonder if you are not working on this what keeps you busy as it is probably even more interesting than these side projects.

    Any insight into your inception codewise would be appreciated. Where doth one hail?
    If its too personal I understand also.

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    HorstmaistaHorstmaista Los AngelesPosts: 53

    @punchedout to keep it short (as it's about the Deluge): I have a degree in computer science and have been coding a lot in the last 15 years - but definitely wouldn't call my Python coding elegant - lots of google'ing involved.

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    punchedoutpunchedout United StatesPosts: 29

    Thank you for the straightforward response!

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