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Offline wotbus@

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 :027: Before finding this Forum the usual internet search with the usual result - everything is easy when you know how. Even with my own notes I have no success when trying to input a change in the Mode usually because I'm timed out while thinking about the next step.
OK, I picked up my 950s last weekend and because of bad weather not ridden it much but the few k's I have done shows lots of promise  :152:
The mode set was Touring, OK with that for the moment. Rider mode is One Helmet and Luggage. I want to change this to just One Helmet, not just because I ride with no luggage currently but to use this change to begin my learning of how to change settings.
I have no problem navigating to the setting - it's changing it  :084:
Please somebody, spell it out in easy steps as the high-tech difference between my Darmah and this Multi is significantly different   :038:

Offline Lambert

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Re: Finding the computer learning curve a bit steep - Changing within Mode.
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2021, 11:07:35 PM »
Down arrow hold for 1 sec to enter suspension menu, use up / down arrows to highlight required setting and press mode/enter to select preference. Scroll to exit and press mode/enter button to exit menu.

Offline wotbus@

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Re: Finding the computer learning curve a bit steep - Changing within Mode.
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2021, 08:04:36 AM »
Hi Lambert. Thanks for that but just tried it and no go. I did discover what to do in the process though so this may help others:

Switch On - press Mode/Enter - scroll to Load Mode - scroll to desired setting (for me 1 Helmet) - press and hold Mode/Enter to validate, job done   :047:.

I only noticed because when I pushed and held either the Up or Down arrows that scrolling was automatic to the Exit prompts, and while it was scrolling I saw the words Load Mode - selected it and there's all the Helmets, Luggage icons etc.