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    It is not clear to me what the relationship is between the those Adaptation channels and the respective Long Coding bits.

    However, I don't see how this can be perceived as "bug" in VCDS, unless you expect VCDS to go and do things like tweak Adaptation Channels behind your back, without telling you, which is not something we would have it do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwe View Post
    It is not clear to me what the relationship is between the those Adaptation channels and the respective Long Coding bits.

    However, I don't see how this can be perceived as "bug" in VCDS, unless you expect VCDS to go and do things like tweak Adaptation Channels behind your back, without telling you, which is not something we would have it do.

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    Uwe, I get what you're saying. Maybe it's just my basic understanding of VCDS so pardon me, but for example, if you turn on "Parking Lights Function" in long coding, the adaptation also automatically changes from 0 to 1
    Similarly, this works for multiple other long coding tweaks. It's only Channel 3 and Channel 4 that don't change. Maybe it's actually a problem with my BCM software I'm not sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by gokarty View Post
    Uwe, I get what you're saying. Maybe it's just my basic understanding of VCDS so pardon me, but for example, if you turn on "Parking Lights Function" in long coding, the adaptation also automatically changes from 0 to 1
    Similarly, this works for multiple other long coding tweaks. It's only Channel 3 and Channel 4 that don't change. Maybe it's actually a problem with my BCM software I'm not sure
    If Adaptation Channels change when you change Coding values, it's the module deciding to do that, not VCDS. If they don't change, it's still the module deciding to do that (or in this case, not to do that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwe View Post
    If Adaptation Channels change when you change Coding values, it's the module deciding to do that, not VCDS. If they don't change, it's still the module deciding to do that (or in this case, not to do that).

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    Aha, okay I see

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