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That info on the other side of the link makes for some bad reading.

"Only CVs 1,3,4 and 29 (bit 1 & 2) supported"

CV1 - Address
CV3 - Starting Delay
CV4 - Braking Delay
CV29 bit 1 (if first parameter) - Direction of travel
CV29 bit 2 (if second parameter) - Headlight mode

This is even worse than the LE1000A, 'MacCoder'.

It is very important to be able to control the speed curves of a model for smooth running. Either with CV5 (max speed) and CV6 (mid speed) or with the speed curve table CV67 to CV94.
 

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I'm trying to get one and as soon as I do, I'll see what it can support.

So the CV's read (in the first post) my not be all that are supported, but are only all that he was able to read. There is some hope yet...
 

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Click on one of those funny chaps and see what happens.

I'm hoping to get some Hornby Decoders too soon. My Local Internet shop is sending ma some as soon as they arrive. I can't wait to see the CV programming sheet. I've asked Hornby for info about the decoder, but as yet I have not received anything that we don't already know.
 
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