Guess I missed something here...
Good to see the full manual online in different places, however don't miss the fact that all you really need if you ever need a quick update is to go to virtue and click on the tech heading and the different colors are there:
Programming Mode Color
Firing Mode Purple
Ramp Activation Speed Blue
Ramp Percentage White
Eye Sensitivity Teal
AMB (Anti-Mechanical Bounce) Yellow
ABS (Anti-Bolt Stick) Flickering Green
Max Rate of Fire Flickering Red
The thing it doesn't tell you is that for firing mode: 1 is auto. and 2 is PSP - but if you had to guess that would probably be it. If not you'd guess 1 is PSP and 2 is Semi - but in any event it would be very quick - as long as someone has a phone
So yea, like he said Google or - you can go to the site and click tech, but I have to admit that until now I didn't know the whole manual wasn't on their site - All I have ever needed is the colors and it just made sense to me that 1 is Semi and 2 is PSP.
I get a decent discount on OLED's and I don't put them in my guns - I know that I don't shoot faster than a gun capped at 12 - certainly not 15 - and I almost always shoot in semi - so I leave my gun at 12 the first change is semi to PSP. If someone wants to try my gun in PSP I just switch it. For me it as easy as having an OLED. I do have to check sometimes to remember that flickering red is rate of fire ...for the guy that is all concerned "how fast the gun shoots" I put it at 20 - which means that it is going full auto at 18 or 19 - I know this from past OLED readouts on "average speed" I ask " How fast was it shooting and I usually get a mid 20's guess. Then I tell them it will shoot faster with a higher LPR - tell them the low LPR is why it's so smooth
But I do turn it down before he plays a game with it as shooting that fast in a rec game is "just not right"