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Since we have such a configurable system, I figured it could be interesting to see what you all keep up on your screens when you're driving.

As of today mine is...

Gauge cluster:
1. Dial. Left side media, right side nav

Center Screen
1. Media with phone in the small box

Lower Screen
1. Mostly just climate settings.

Anyone utilize the custom home page and really move things around?
 

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Dash:
Left side - Driver Aids (AutoSteering, ACC following distance, LDW Red Warnings)
Center - Speedo, power graph (love to have numbers but can't find out how)
Right - Navigation

HUD:
Speed, Driver's Aids (like dash), NAV, Music (Song Title)

Center display:
Default, NAV, Media, Phone, or CarPlay.
 
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Gauge Cluster - One Dial
Left = media
Right = map
Center = speedometer, gear, miles remaining

Upper screen - custom
- media controls
- radio, source, active sound
- apple Carplay (don’t want CarPlay to auto start when I attach my phone)
- meridian sound settings
- eco data
- myEV, camera

Lower, climate, phone, media

Custom upper was to avoid the quick controls at the bottom. The Camera in the home screen comes up without the split front cameras vs the camera control which requires you to touch twice to move away from the split front view.

Will likely adjust this a few more times depending on how useful the items are.
One other thing is the favorite button.

Favorite button
Short press cycles Source
Long press mutes phone
 

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Oooh good add! My favorite button is:

Short Press - Mute stereo
Long press - source
 

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I cannot say with 100% certainty, but I believe it means park assist is active.
Yup. It's Park Assist related icon. Supposedly it tells me if there is parking space available. Anybody know how to cancel this warning on the instrument dash? It comes on and off automatically. Both Parking Aid and Park Assist are deselected from the touchscreen.
 

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Gauge cluster:
Full Screen Map

Center Screen
Media

Lower Screen
Climate settings

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Gauge Cluster - One Dial
Left = media
Right = map
Center = speedometer, gear, Range, Wh/Mile (Note to JLR - Show battery % on the dial, too, please!)

Upper screen - custom
- NAV Cancel
- media controls
- Camera Button - (This vs. the little icon shows a forward center camera view when parking!)
- My EV Data box - so I can change Regen from light to heavy (Note to JLR: The REGEN button should be visible ALWAYS on the little icon row - replace the Blue Tooth which you almost never use)
- source, active sound
- Android Auto (don’t want AA to auto start when I attach my phone)

Lower: Media (default), climate


Favorite button
Short press mutes radio
Long press mutes phone
 

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Ok since I'm a newbie trying to set things up can someone please enlighten me on where the access point or menu is for the custom configuration? I know about the 1-dial vs 2-dial layout options from the scrollwheel menu but I'm confused as to whether there's more customization (as to the content of the various panels)
 

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Gauge Cluster - One Dial
Left = media
Right = map
Center = speedometer, gear, miles remaining

Upper screen - custom
- media controls
- radio, source, active sound
- apple Carplay (don’t want CarPlay to auto start when I attach my phone)
- meridian sound settings
- eco data
- myEV, camera

Lower, climate, phone, media

Custom upper was to avoid the quick controls at the bottom. The Camera in the home screen comes up without the split front cameras vs the camera control which requires you to touch twice to move away from the split front view.

Will likely adjust this a few more times depending on how useful the items are.
One other thing is the favorite button.

Favorite button
Short press cycles Source
Long press mutes phone

Today I got into the car and all my customizations have reverted to the initial customizations I put in the first week I got the car. I'm not sure where customization settings are stored, so it seems weird that this reverted back a couple of iterations. I don't know if my current settings will magically reappear, but it's a good thing this posting started so that I have reference for resetting the screens back to what I had yesterday :wink2:
 

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Ok since I'm a newbie trying to set things up can someone please enlighten me on where the access point or menu is for the custom configuration? I know about the 1-dial vs 2-dial layout options from the scrollwheel menu but I'm confused as to whether there's more customization (as to the content of the various panels)
When you look at the bottom of your InControl Touch Pro main screen, you have a row of touch settings at the bottom in this order:
Smart Settings (person or colored icon if you have set it), Home, Settings, Navigation, Phone, Media, Bluetooth, Camera, Park Assist, Parking Aids

Parking Aids is the touch icon on the bottom right corner.
You can go into the Parking Aids screen and you will see a Setting icon on the lower right. Take a look at what has been set. I can't think of something that would be searching for parallel parking automatically at low speeds, but this is where you make adjustments to Parking Aids.

Sorry can't take a screen shot, but you can go to your iGuide > Parking Features ( below media and climate, about 2/3 down the list) > Using the Parking Aid
This section covers both the Parking Aid (back up and forward guide lines and camera) and the Park Assist, which does the parallel parking and perpendicular parking.
 

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Ok since I'm a newbie trying to set things up can someone please enlighten me on where the access point or menu is for the custom configuration? I know about the 1-dial vs 2-dial layout options from the scrollwheel menu but I'm confused as to whether there's more customization (as to the content of the various panels)
IIRC, everything I needed was in the steering wheel scroll menus. Well, the Dynamic Sound is buried elsewhere, but the dash/HUD were all there.
But I had to play with the car for more than an hour sitting in the garage.
 

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Informational for new owners with Steering Assist:

This is what my normal "comfort" daily dash looks like.
The HUD has much the same info, but includes the song title, and excludes the range/odo/date stuff.

The white lines and arrows on left dash (and HUD) indicate the car is in Steering Assist mode. I took the pic and couple movies with the cars in autosteering mode.

The lines can be gray dashed (not in Adaptive Cruise, or can't see the lane line)
White dashed - it can see the lines but is not ready for autosteering. This can occur on either side.
Red solid - You are riding the line, the steering wheel vibrates, and will push back if you don't correct. This is a setting and can be turned off.
White solid - Autosteering mode, you can use both hands for up to 20.0 seconds before the car will warn you, but always look ahead.

The car image tells you it sees the threat ahead, and the orange small icon to the lower far left corner says you are approaching the threat or closer than the following distance you set with your right thumb. Takes 2 stabs to decrease or increase range.

For this trip, I didn't care about the Trip Meter or kWh/100mi(?). I like knowing the date and time.

You see the speed limit of the road, actual speed, and Adaptive Cruise speed (green). This also shows in the HUD. This particular road has radar traps, so I normally just glance at the HUD while looking far ahead for hidden CHP units.

Trivia - There is a Coffee Cup Icon. I've never seen it. It means you appear to be sleepy, and gets more aggressive if you don't react to it.
 

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Informational for new owners with Steering Assist:

This is what my normal "comfort" daily dash looks like.
The HUD has much the same info, but includes the song title, and excludes the range/odo/date stuff.

The white lines and arrows on left dash (and HUD) indicate the car is in Steering Assist mode. I took the pic and couple movies with the cars in autosteering mode.

The lines can be gray dashed (not in Adaptive Cruise, or can't see the lane line)
White dashed - it can see the lines but is not ready for autosteering. This can occur on either side.
Red solid - You are riding the line, the steering wheel vibrates, and will push back if you don't correct. This is a setting and can be turned off.
White solid - Autosteering mode, you can use both hands for up to 20.0 seconds before the car will warn you, but always look ahead.

The car image tells you it sees the threat ahead, and the orange small icon to the lower far left corner says you are approaching the threat or closer than the following distance you set with your right thumb. Takes 2 stabs to decrease or increase range.

For this trip, I didn't care about the Trip Meter or kWh/100mi(?). I like knowing the date and time.

You see the speed limit of the road, actual speed, and Adaptive Cruise speed (green). This also shows in the HUD. This particular road has radar traps, so I normally just glance at the HUD while looking far ahead for hidden CHP units.

Trivia - There is a Coffee Cup Icon. I've never seen it. It means you appear to be sleepy, and gets more aggressive if you don't react to it.
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Haven’t seen the coffee cup on the I-Pace yet but it did show up on my old F-Pace. It’s a white cup that shows steam coming from the top. Says Take a Break.
 

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Ok since I'm a newbie trying to set things up can someone please enlighten me on where the access point or menu is for the custom configuration? I know about the 1-dial vs 2-dial layout options from the scrollwheel menu but I'm confused as to whether there's more customization (as to the content of the various panels)
If you scroll your top HOME screen left (drag your finger left to right), you'll eventually find a blank screen. If you long touch on a blank area of this (or most any of the top screens) while you are not moving, it will go into customization mode. In that mode, a long touch on an open space will give you screens full of all the buttons/panels that you can drop into those blank spots. And, you can drag anything already there to the trash to delete it. You can make most of the screens have anything you like. You can also (in the settings) set up which of the screens is your default HOME screen. So, I set THAT to the blank home screen, and I loaded that screen the way I wanted it. I left most of the other screens as they were.

Do this at the start of a drive, as sometimes if you make changes just before shutting down, they don't get saved. Good luck!
 

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P.s.: do you have to have a personalized profile set up or will it remember how you set it up. maybe that's a dumb question, like I said I haven't tackled that aspect yet.
 
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