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Idle map and Water temp correction help

Hi Guy's I am a complete newbie to tuning myself. watched it plenty and done a bit with an apexi hand commander but kean to learn some more myself. so I have decided to play with fine tuning my cold start and idle and maybe see if I can get my idle control valve working with my LTX-12 ECU.
So first thing I am after is a screenshot of a few tables please so I can see what sort of shape graphs I should be looking for and roughly what values although I appreciate the values will be specific to each car. More the shape of the graphs.
I am looking at the idle map screen first of all,
then Water temp correction screen please and maybe the off idle screen next. If there is anything else that you think will benefit me knowing at idle please let me know.

I have actually got it idling pretty good but it almost seems like I am between values on the idle map and a touch rich. One step up seems to make it a touch to rich and then down and it's struggling? AFR's are quite rich I would say so it may be a timing issue or something else? flicking from high 11's to mid 12's when I try and get the idle down around 950 rpm. 1200rpm or so I can get it into the high 12's low 13's? But I would prefer idle to be lower than that. I presume you cannot type a value into a cell? you just have to use the up and down preset values?

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Lee
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