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Version 4.630 has a number of enhancements.

Thanks to all of those who made comments and suggestions.

In no particular order.

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Extended the Mumford linkage to include axle mounted bellcrank and lever.
Thanks to Bruce for this one.

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Minor updates to the recirculating ball type steering Pitman and idler arm descriptions.

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Added an error message if the rear ride height reference point is forward of the front ride height reference point.

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Excel 2016 (V16.0) now correctly identified.
Thanks to Rob for this one.

V4.630B (Build 1190.1) bug fixes.

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Double clicking on a data file now always loads the correct file.

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The intermediate link steering now allows the intermediate link arm to extend opposite to the Pitman and idler arms.
Thanks to Anthony for this one.

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Further updates to the Mumford linkage.
The chassis pivot Mumford linkage now allows for
1) the bellcrank and lever pivot axes P2 can be offset laterally and vertically,
2) the bellcrank and lever pivot axes can be different lengths,
3) the bellcrank and lever chassis pivots P1 can be non-symmetrical
The axle pivot Mumford linkage is still restricted to
1) the bellcrank and lever pivot axes P2 must have zero lateral and vertical offsets,
2) the bellcrank and lever chassis pivots P1 can be non-symmetrical, but must have the same longitudinal dimension.
Thanks to Bruce for this one.

V4.630C (Build 1193.2) bug fixes.
 

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In the Roll&Bump config, if the maximum roll isn't an integer multiple of the display, then the last roll may exceed the maximum roll. Fixed.
For example, if the maximum roll is 5, and the display is 2, then the results would show 0, 2, 4 and 5 roll, but the actual calculated values would be 0, 2, 4 and 6 roll.

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If showing the IC trace, the RH roll trace is not shown correctly. Fixed.

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When exporting the calculated Roll&Bump values to Excel, without also doing the Steering calculations, some of the droop values were not exported. Fixed.
 

Your feedback and suggestions are always appreciated.