To perform a Quild calculation, you need to add actions. Each action determines how the system is evaluated. So, for example, first add an action to use MM for the full system. Next add an action to replace the MM method by a more accurate ADF calculation for a given region.
To add an action, click the + button. To remove an action press the - button in front of the action.
For each action specify its details: what region, which method to use. If the action is Total, that is all. If the action is Replace, you specify what method should be used for some region. If you leave the Remove method field empty, ADFinput will automatically use the method of the previous action.
You can change the action type (Total, Replace or Interaction) by clicking on it.
In most cases, the first action will be a Total action for the full system (the All region), and the next action will be a Replace action for a region describing some sub-system.
For a detailed description of the Interaction action see the Quild Users Guide.
Obviously you need to set up details for the different calculation methods. This is done using the tabs on the right hand bottom that appear once you start adding actions.
To revert to the normal situation (just one calculation setup), make sure you do not define any actions.