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Kids that like to push buttons

Discussion in 'Model X: User Interface' started by CurrentRide, Jun 23, 2016.

  1. CurrentRide

    CurrentRide Member

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    I have an 8 year old future engineer that can't keep his little fingers off of switches and buttons. The middle row of the X is a playground for him. The windows are constantly going up and down, the seat forwards and backwards. His sister in the back row? What fun it is to see how much she can be squashed by the middle seat!

    Every other car I have owned had a window control off button that remembers its previous setting (which can be kept in the 'off' position). I would also like to be able to turn off or override the middle row seat adjustment from the center console (at least when the car is moving). Tesla, if you are reading this, please consider an OTA update to make my X more kidproof!
     
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  2. vandacca

    vandacca Active Member

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    I don't think Tesla heard you. You should follow these instructions and try again.
     
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  3. Jeff Andrews

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    Same here, I really wish the car would remember the window lock when I get back in.
     
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  4. K-MTG

    K-MTG Sunshade Captain of TMC

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    Pull the fuse?
     
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    You should reward the kid for being an excellent beta tester for Tesla. He's stress testing the seats and windows and if they break ..well you still have the warranty. And if they hold well, you have proof of the excellent quality of a Tesla.

    PS: my son when he was less than two kicked off and broke the AC vent on my Benz..cheap plastic parts that Benz was using those years :mad:
     
  7. Jeff Andrews

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    Car got an update today, looks like the window lock memory is fixed.
     
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  8. CurrentRide

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    Yep. This child has been a "beta tester" for many of our things. As it turns out, things made out of plastic or with sensitive electronics are breakable. :confused:
     
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