Liquix for Windows requires Windows 7, 8 or 10 and a screen resolution of 1024x768 pixels (or higher). You can buy Liquix for Windows using the Paypal button below:
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Simply export the Liquix data (in the 'Tools' menu) to a file and import that file into the other Liquix version. You can then use all your bases, flavours and recipes there, too and don't have to enter anything twice.
However: mixed bases are not really suitable for mixing, because you can't create any mixing ratio with them. The reason for this is purely mathematical. If I use a pure PG base for mixing, only the PG portion in the liquid increases. However, if a base contains both, the addition of the mixed base also increases both the PG and the VG content in the liquid at the same time. With a 50/50 base this may still be justifiable in some cases, with bases with a really "odd" mixing ratio like e.g. 30/70 it is almost impossible to achieve any mixing ratio.
By adding pure PG and pure VG this can be partially compensated - but then the total amount of the liquid increases, which one would not want in any case, because the finished liquid would not fit into the provided bottle anymore. Therefore one should do without mixed bases if possible and mix with a pure PG- or VG base and the addition of pure VG and PG. This way any mixing ratio can be achieved and exactly in the amount you specify.
What is the point of mixed bases then? Well, they are basically for convenience and are suitable for vapers that don't want to mix themselves. Basically, all they have to do is add an aroma and done. But then you are limited to a certain mixing ratio, of course.
And this ratio is ONLY correct as long as nothing else is added. As soon as you add even one single aroma (usually PG), the PG content in the liquid increases, whilst the nicotine content decreases because the total amount of the liquid changes. In order to balance this out and restore the desired mixing ratio, you need separate ingredients: pure PG, pure VG and a nicotine base. Only then the mixing ratio can be compensated by adding this or that source to achieve the wanted result.
A mixed base is therefore only suitable for direct vaping, eventually for diluting, but not for mixing.
If you still want to mix with a mixed base (e.g. out of pure stubbornness), simply add a "dummy" VG and PG source to Liquix and add them when mixing. Liquix will use the additional PG and VG source ONLY if your liquid can't be reached otherwise.
With Liquix 2 you simply type the manufacturer name into the aroma name field. After three typed letters Liquix automatically enters the appropriate manufacturer name for you (this feature is called "Auto Complete"). So if you have a flavour from INAWERA FLAVOURS, just type "INA" into the flavour name field and Liquix will complete the complete manufacturer name for you. This saves a lot of typing.
Liquix gets the manufacturer names from a list, which you can edit yourself in the menu "Settings". When you type, Liquix compares your input with the manufacturer names stored in this list. You can remove all manufacturer names in the list that you don't need - or add new ones.
Please always send us as concrete suggestions as possible. For example, a user asks for new aroma icons, but unfortunately does not specify which ones he would miss. That only leaves us to guess.
If Liquix should cause problems on your device (the screen may be cut at some corner etc.) or to clarify a certain problem, it is always good to send a screenshot.
In any case, our main goal is to keep the app as simple, intuitive and fast as possible. Feedback or suggestions that support this goal are always welcome, of course.
Simply copy the exported file to your new device and import the data there using the import function (also in the "Tools" menu).
This is because mixing without adding PG and VG is actually not possible at all. An example: If you use a 70% PG / 30% VG mixed base and want to add an aroma to it, the aroma itself usually contains PG - and thus increases the PG content in your liquid. Your target of 70/30 is already exceeded then, simply by adding one aroma!
To get back to your desired 70/30, you have to add additional VG. So it's almost impossible to mix with ready-made bases that contain both VG and PG if you do not use separate PG / VG sources as well.
However, Liquid allows using mixed bases if you specify an additional PG source and a VG source. Liquix will only use these sources if your target cannot be reached without adding more PG or VG.
If your target can be reached WITHOUT the addition of PG or VG, Liquix will NOT use these sources and will only use the PG and VG contained in your base. However, this case is mathematically very rare and untruthful.
In short: ready-made bases are not intended for mixing, because they can hardly meet any targets without adding additional PG or VG. If you still don't want to do without them, simply add a "dummy" VG and PG source when mixing. Liquix will only use them if your Liquid does not mix otherwise. Whether you really use the respective amount of additional PG or VG is up to you then. Small amounts could be ignored then.
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