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Trim Enabler Pro 4.1.0



Continuous servo autotrim was added in iNav 3.0. It does exactly what you would think. It trims the plane at all times, when you have no stick inputs, in all modes except manual. In flight, iNav stores the trims in the servo mid points. So, switching to manual uses the trims. iNav saves the trims when you disarm. To enable it, you go to the Configuration page and scroll to the bottom. It is in the settings boxes on the right.




Trim Enabler Pro 4.1.0



If you'd like to remove (trim) empty space around a signature, you can do it on the server side or the client side. On the server side you can use e.g. ImageMagic and its trim option: convert -trim input.jpg output.jpg. If you don't have access to the server, or just want to trim the image before submitting it to the server, you can do it on the client side as well. There are a few examples how to do it, e.g. here or here and there's also a tiny library trim-canvas that provides this functionality.


Alt 3 is the in flight tuning OSD. In this position we use the throttle and yaw trims to change adjustments and values. Use the throttle trim to switch between the adjustment parameter. Then use the yaw trim to change the value. As soon as you leave that OSD, the trims revert back to normal and adjustments are turned off on INAV. This means no accidental adjustments.


The mass property binding mechanism will by default automatically trim all Strings at binding time. To disable this behavior set the grails.databinding.trimStrings property to false in grails-app/conf/application.groovy.


The order of events is that the String trimming happens and then null conversion happens so if trimStrings is true and convertEmptyStringsToNull is true, not only will empty Strings be converted to null but also blank Strings. A blank String is any String such that the trim() method returns an empty String.


This is block 11 of SMBIOS. This element should appear once and can havemultiple entry child elements, each providing arbitrary string data.There are no restrictions on what data can be provided in the entries,however, if the data is intended to be consumed by an application in theguest, it is recommended to use the application name as a prefix in thestring. ( Since 4.1.0 )


The optional discard attribute controls whether discard requests (alsoknown as "trim" or "unmap") are ignored or passed to the filesystem. Thevalue can be either "unmap" (allow the discard request to be passed) or"ignore" (ignore the discard request). Since 1.0.6 (QEMU and KVMonly)


The element has to be specified along with the type of char device.Currently, only type='unix' is supported, where the path (the directory path ofthe socket) and mode attributes are required. Both mode='server' andmode='client' are supported. vhost-user requires the virtio model type, thusthe element is mandatory. Since 4.1.0 the element has anoptional child element reconnect which configures reconnect timeout if theconnection is lost. It has two attributes enabled (which accepts yes andno) and timeout which specifies the amount of seconds after whichhypervisor tries to reconnect.


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