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RE: Inability to arrange the toolbar icons

From: Warren Massey
Subject: RE: Inability to arrange the toolbar icons
Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2022 05:04:20 -0700

Hi Winfried,


Thank you for the reply!


OS is Windows 10 Pro version 21H1 build 19043.1645.

JAVA is version 8, Update 333 Build 1.8.0_333-b02


I’ll need to wait to edit the properties file until after the current break-in process ends.


Thank you for the explanation about the progress bar. It looked entirely like a scroll bar to me so that’s the word I used when I searched the help file for an explanation for its function and came up with no hits.  Now that I know to call it a progress bar, I can find the documentation for it. 


In the case of the cells that are being charged, they are used as a set of four so I think I am using the correct configuration.


These are Eneloop cells that are being charged and I appreciate the tip to reduce the charge current for longer life as longer life of the cells was the goal for getting the MC3000 in the first place.


Thanks again,


Warren Massey


From: Winfried Brügmann
Sent: Monday, June 6, 2022 12:50 AM
To: Warren Massey <Masseys@Comcast.Net>;
Subject: Re: Inability to arrange the toolbar icons


Hi Warren,

I am aware about sometimes tricky arrangement of toolbar elements. But really problems regarding this, never heard about. It could be a problem of used SWT library in combination with your used operating system.

Please tell me what version of Windows you are using. May be you need to exchange the swt.jar to an older version.

As workaround to fix your actual toolbar arrangement problem, please edit %AppData%\DataExplorer\ while DataExplorer execution is stopped, delete this lines


save and re-start DataExplorer again. This will arrange toolbar to initial set.

The non-functional horizontal scrollbar is a, so called, progress bar. It displays the progress while loading bigger files or executing history analysis. A look into help section or users guide would be helpful.

By the way, MC3000-Set is targeting a set of batteries always used together. If you charge different types of batteries or batteries with different usage better use MC3000 without -Set.

Using the MC3000 be careful with charge current and NiMH cells. I reduced it to keep my cells alive for a longer time.

have a nice day, Winfried

On 06.06.22 02:55, Warren Massey wrote:

I am a new user of this quite impressive program and as such likely do not know entirely what I’m doing but I find the ability to arrange the sections of the toolbar icons to be quite squirrely (random behavior) at best.  I also don’t understand why a non-functional horizontal scrollbar handle is preset below the graph display.



Warren Massey


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