Version 1.9.0 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available! This brings many new updates to our telemetry analysis application. With an emphasis on helping to improve the driver we have improved the lap analysis screen, including track maps to pinpoint each area that is being discussed. You can then look at the various analysis screen for more information. For those users who want to look at specific data channels - well we have added 15 new data channels in this release, from suspension velocities, to engine power management. You can also save multiple layouts now! And we have some new commercial license features as well including the ability to specify maximum and minimum levels for all data channels during live telemetry. If a value falls outside one of these levels the appropriate trace will be highlighted alerting yo to the issue. Existing users can get this new version here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm New users wanting to purchase or try the demo can do so here: http://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/trybuy.cfm The Z1 Analyzer The updated Lap Analysis screen The new Save Layout dialog Here is the full list of release notes: * Added 15 new data channels: Clutch, Fuel Remaining, Fuel Pressure, Voltage, Water Pressure, Center Front Shock Deflection, Center Front Shock Velocity, Center Rear Shock Deflection, Center Rear Shock Velocity, Shock Velocity, ERS Level in joules, Power MGU-K in watts, Power MGU-H in watts, Torque MGU-K, and Camber. * The Z1 Analyzer is now compatible with Codemasters F1 2017. You can viewed laps using the Z1 Dashboard software, or view live telemetry data. * The Lap Overview now includes track map thumbnails for the sectors, driving line and turns sections. This helps you determine which part of the track is being discussed on those sections. A scroll bar will appear on the right if the page is longer than the available screen space. * Improved increment display on traces to provide clearer steps on each graph. * The Input Trace now uses all available space when it is resized. * The Input Trace now displays the wheel camber on top of the tire graphics. (For those sims that support the camber data channel.) * The Layout tab was removed form the settings dialog as it was no longer needed. You now specify which data channels should be displayed by right clicking in the trace. * The maximum age for recorded laps to be included in the scan has been changed from 1-60 days to 1-12 months. * The Live Telemetry tab now allows you to specify which sims should be checked for when detecting live telemetry. This brings the Analyzer in line with how the Dashboard checks for sims. * You can now save layouts. This option is under File->Save Layout. Then give the layout a name to save the current layout. * You can now open saved layouts. This option is under File->Open Layout. Any previously saved layouts will be displayed there. Double click on the layout you want to open. This allows you to create multiple layouts for specific purposes and easily open them. * If you right click on the name of a layout in the 'Save Layout' dialog you are then able to delete the selected layout. * Non-commercial users can save a maximum of 10 layouts. Commercial users can save an unlimited number of layouts. * The name of the currently opened layout is displayed at the bottom right of the Analyzer's status bar. * When showing live telemetry commercial users can set maximum and minimum limits for each data channel value. If that value goes out of those bounds then the appropriate trace display will flash or display the border in red to show the value is out of the desired range. This is a commercial license feature.