How to read a NoteCaddy note

Modified on 2012/08/19 10:56 by Administrator — Categorized as: Uncategorized

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There is a large amount of information contained within default NoteCaddy notes.

This article goes from left to right and explains each part.







By default the color of the note is black. If the deviation is greater than +20% it turns the note red, If the deviation less than -20%, it turns the note green.

If you change the font color for the note in the "HUD Options" tab in the definition editor, the color will remain whatever you selected it. You can customize how many times a note had to have been taken before this deviation is calculated in file->settings->HUD "minimum amount of note samples before the deviation is calculated". The deviation threshold can be changed in the Advanced tab of the definition editor.