Release Notes  - v2.3.0.0



QuiC Improvements



Release Note

CAN Channel Settings

The user now has the ability to change the source address and baud rate of each CAN Channel. 

The Project Configuration Editor contains the CAN Configuration tab, which allows the user to change these CAN channel settings.  Frame Mode and CAN Mode selections are disabled, and will be supported in future releases of QuiC.

Multi-Language Support

QuiC projects can now support up to 9 languages:

·         English (Required)

·         Spanish

·         German

·         French

·         Swedish

·         Italian

·         Finnish

·         Portuguese

·         Chinese


NOTE:  Extended build times will occur when the Chinese character set is included in a project.


The Language Table Editor is used to manage string translations for all selected languages.  In the Screen Designer, users can toggle the selected languages, so that screen layouts can accommodate the longest “translated” string.


The SAS_SET_LANGUAGE script is provided so that users can change the active language via a menu selector object.

Output Window

An informational message will be displayed in the Output Window each time a configuration is copied to the USB.  This message will contain the date and time of the last successful copy.


QuiC Known Issues





Release Note


Changes in the Condition Editor are being saved when CANCEL button is clicked.


When using the J1939 Transmit Script, the J1939 message should be configured as a broadcasting message.


When adding the “Blade Elevation Deviation – Left” signal from database the data range string is not being parsed properly. USERS SHOULD VALIDATE ALL PARSED DATA WHEN ADDING FROM J1939 DATABASE.


Changes to form are saved on the J1939 TX Editor when cancel button is used.


Blink Bitmap rate is not working properly, it is blinking at different time after some minutes.


Max screen size is hardcoded and not adjustable.


Only Diagnostic Signals can be used with alarm logging feature even if all binary type signals are accepted in the Logging Editor.


General Software



Image of CCpilot VI shown in QuiC does not match the look of the product


On a desktop with a solid black background the QuiC tool icon may not be visible.


The DOT that turns RED / GREEN that is shown on the bottom left of the Main Form is not used.


QuiC windows appear as separate programs in the Windows Task Manager.


The SKEY comparison cannot be used in a Global Condition if a key is used by a screen.  A key used by a screen will take precedence over the SKEY comparison in a Global Condition.





Display unit colors may vary slightly to those shown in the QuiC Tool. Users should validate all colors are acceptable where appropriate on the display units.




Data Bar

If the tick marks on the data bar are too dense then the spacing is not monotonic.

Data Bar

The data bar has a one pixel width blue line on top.

Data Entry

When setting a default value for GENERAL data entry mode, the default value in character-based signals must contain the number of configured characters for the object.

Digital Instrument

If the needle of a digital instrument passes over a transparent area of the back ground bitmap, artifacts are left in that area.


Poly Pointer rendering in the Screen Designer for Gauge Instrument is not correct


Lines which use a pattern, and have a thickness greater than 1, will display as a solid line. Use bitmap in place of line.


Menu selector may jump when certain items are selected.  Adjust the size of the menu selector object to the size of the display text.


Movement issues with container objects.


Object resizing – Line and popup edge dragging problems


Objects in pop up window are offset slightly (1 pixel) from how they appear in the designer


Rectangle resizing anomalies inside a popup


Wrap has to be enabled for scroll bar to show up in text object.


Selected text in data entry shifts down


The “loss of data” timeout is not working on the Message Text object.


When the Text field contains a large number of characters, the rendering is incredibly slow, making moving the object on the Screen Designer very difficult.


Screen Designer



Data Bar and Digital Instruments have no order on the screen when you copy and paste the object.


When copying a mix of objects (regular and linked), the paste places the linked object as a new regular object, rather than a screen link.


The screen designer allows connections from a standard window to a pop up window which may cause errors if executed.





Bar and millibar units not available.


QuiC RT Code Disable/Enable keys not an app level function.


When the display receives a DM from an unknown ECM it shows the Source address of 0xFF and not the actual address of the ECM that the message was received from.