Right-clicking in one of the MotoSPEC columns will display a context menu that allows settings to be copied from another column.
PRO licenses can copy the entire chassis specification and settings from another column, and also clear all chassis specifications and settings from the column.
The context menu displayed depends on:
In MotoSPEC, "chassis specification' refers to all the chassis dimensions and settings found under the CHASSIS button including frame, links, tires, ride height gauge, etc.
'Setting' refers to any of the values in the three column of the MotoSPEC window.
The image below shows the options available with a Standard license, after right-clicking in the second column.
Options are available to copy settings from columns 1 or 3 into column 2.
It is not possible to clear any of the columns.
With the Standard license, a single chassis specification (frame, swingarm, etc.) is shared by all three columns, as indicated by the single CHASSIS button.
Like the Standard license, if a single CHASSIS specification is shared between all three columns (i.e. one CHASSIS button visible), it is possible to copy settings from one column to another.
When each column has it's own chassis specification (three CHASSIS buttons visible), additional options are presented:
COPYING SETTINGS FROM ANOTHER COLUMN
Settings can be copied into the right-clicked column, from either of the other two columns.
Front, Rear or All settings can be copied.
'Front' settings copied include the fork selection.
'Rear' settings copied includes the shock and link selections.
'All' settings includes the comments, all component selections, sprockets, potentiometer readings and lean angle.
For PRO licenses, the settings can be copied even if different chassis specifications are used in each column.
As shown in the video below:
COPYING CHASSIS & SETTINGS
This option is only available with PRO licenses, and when each column has it's own chassis specification.
ALL the chassis specifications found under the CHASSIS button, and ALL the column settings are copied into the right-clicked column.
This will overwrite the chassis specification and settings that are already present in that column.
If a column is empty (no chassis spec or settings), then copying the chassis and settings is the only option displayed.
CLEARING CHASSIS & SETTINGS
All chassis specifications (frame, swingarm, tires, ride height gauge, etc.) and column settings are deleted. The column will be left blank.
Clearing the column is useful to remove data for clarity.
To repopulate a column after clearing it, it is necessary to import or copy another chassis and settings into the column.
The video below demonstrates:
Note that only menu options for copying the chassis & settings from 2 and 3 are presented, since column 1 has been cleared of the chassis specification as well as the settings.