This page contains answers to questions, and
additional documentation that does not appear in the User Guide.
Why do I get an error message that the file KEYSETUP.EXE cannot be found
when I try to install the hardware key driver?
This error occurs when you have real-time spyware protection running on your
machine during the installation. The installation temporarily creates the file
KEYSETUP.EXE. Many spyware programs think this temporary program it is spyware (a key logger) and
delete or block the file so the installation cannot complete.
Solution is to temporarily turn off spyware protection. Then do the
installation of the driver. Then turn spyware protection back on.
You will first have to run INSTALL.EXE with the uninstall option. Then
do the installation again.
Spyware protection only has to be tuned off during the driver installation.
The code will run with spyware protection turned on once the installation is
complete. This is a known bug for the key vendor that we can do nothing about, other
than the above.
Why do I get the error message "Setup cannot find 'C:/ProgramFiles/CAJ/caj.LST'
Setup is aborting." when I try to install a new upgrade?
1. If the SETUP.EXE file and the CAJ.LST file have been saved to different
directories the LST file will not be found. Make sure ALL the setup files are
downloaded to the same temporary directory. Then run SETUP.EXE from the
temporary directory. Do not do the installation from the root (C:\)
2. Sometimes when you download the upgrade files, Windows saves the
CAJ.LST file as CAJ.LST.TXT. This is not obvious if you have Windows
Explorer configured so it does not display file extensions. Check the file
type under Windows Explorer. If the file is listed as a TXT file then you
must rename the file back to CAJ.LST. SETUP.EXE should then run correctly.
On the Analysis form, the Elements sub-menu (under Analysis main menu)
includes an entry called "Content History". What does this do?
This command retrieves the skater's program content for each performance in
the trend file.
- Select the performance (competition), event segment and skater's name
- Run Content History
The content for each performance for the selected event segment is listed for
side-by-side comparison. Changes to the program content and the
consistency of the levels achieved can be tracked using this command.
The following is a sample Content History for Irina Slutskaya's Short Program
during the 2004/05 season.
|Element Summary for: Irina SLUTSKAYA
The bottom row lists the total Base Value for the elements in each
performance, followed by the total element points for the elements (Base Value
plus Panel GoE).
This table shows the skater had a minor consistency problem with spins during
the season, and shows a few places where the skater could try to squeeze a few
more points out of the Short Program.
Must the elements in programs conform to U.S. Figure Skating rules, or can
the requirements for any country be used?
The documentation in the Program Planner is written for U.S. Figure Skating
event requirements, but the Program Planner does not use these to calculate
program point values. Element points are calculated according to the standard ISU point
model for whatever combination of elements the user selects. For
Intermediate events and below, unckeck the "Use Modified Rules" check
box to select the standard ISU point model for elements in these event levels.
Users can customize the program requirements documentation files for their
own country or language. These files are ASCII text files with names like seniorlfs.txt
(senior ladies free skating), and can be edited as the user may choose.
Program Component weights are set in the EventModels file. For
Novice events and below these are tentative values subject to change. The
values will be updated from time to time as the rules evolve. Users may
change these values by editing the EventModels file if alternate values
are used in their country.
Do not edit the EventModels file
without first saving a backup copy!
If you alter the formatting of the EventModels file, the Program Planner will
not run correctly!
Why does the message "This content file is not appropriate for this
event segment" appear when a content file is opened?
When "Create a Program" is selected, the Program Planner is
expecting the user will be creating a program for the event level and segment
chosen in the list boxes on the opening main form. If a content file for a
different event segment is then opened, the Planner warns you the file's event
segment does not match the originally chosen event segment. The Planner
then forces internal agreement to match the event segment for the file opened;
that is, the Program Planner will assume the event segment for the file is the
event segment you actually want.
Whenever the user changes event segment by opening a content file for a
different event segment this warning will appear.
What are the abbreviations used for the event segments?
When selecting an event segment, the following abbreviations are used:
||Ladies Short Program
||Ladies Artistic Light
||Ladies Free Skating
||Men's Artistic Light
||Men's Short Program
||Combined Artistic Light
||Men's Free Skating
||Ladies Artistic Dramatic
||Pairs Short Program
||Men's Artistic Dramatic
||Pairs Free Skating
||Combined Artistic Dramatic
||Ladies Moves in the Field
||Men's Moves in the Field
||Combined Moves in the Field
||Ladies Compulsory Moves
||Combined Free Skating
||Men's Compulsory Moves
||Combined Compulsory Moves
|(Combined -- male
and female skates in the same event.)
Which port do I use for the USG hardware key?
Any USB port can be used. When you first install the driver for the hardware key, the installation will
find the key no matter which USB port on your computer you choose. That
same port should be used thereafter each time you run the Program Planner.