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What is NCS Dummy?

NCS Dummy is a tool that works with NCS Expert. It makes it easier to
understand and make changes to the software config of your various ECUs.NCS
Dummy parses keyword trace files(FSW_PSW.TRC) or nettodata trace files
(NETTODAT.TRC) and retrieves all possible parameters, control unit data and
order options for each function. The parsed trace files can be viewed and
modified in a graphical trace editor or exported to text files. NCS Dummy can
be used to compare two trace files and show the differences. Furthermore NCS
Dummy can disassemble and assemble NCS Expert data files to achieve
functionality that is not possible with a stock NCS Expert installation.

A lot of information in NCS Dummy can be exported to text files. By default
NCS Dummy will open these text files with Microsoft Notepad. If you have a
third party plain text editor you prefer, like Notepad++ or UltraEdit, now is
a good time to set this in NCS Dummy. Point “Path to custom text file
viewer” on the “Options” tab to the text editor’s executable
and (if necessary) specify the text editor’s command line arguments in
“Text file viewer arguments” (the default “%1” works for
most applications).

While the NCS Dummy graphical trace editor is quite comfortable to use in
Windows XP/2003 on a 1024*768 pixels display (at 96 dpi), the larger scaling
of Windows Vista/7/8/10 leaves only a limited amount space available to the
graphical trace editor. If you have such a small display and want to squeeze
out a few extra rows in the graphical trace editor, launch NCS Dummy with
command line argument /smalldisplay:
NcsDummy.exe /smalldisplay

This will slightly decrease the font size (on Windows Vista/7/8/10) and
reduce the log height to maximize the available space for the graphical trace
editor. It’s not a huge difference but can really make a difference on small
displays. If you like the result create a shortcut to the NCS Dummy
executable that appends this argument.

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