Telemetry New Z1 A n a l y z e r version released

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  1. inthebagbud

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    @Russell Hodgson have you managed to look at this issue as i still cant use the analyser i have bought?
     
  2. francis.beland

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    @Russell Hodgson First, I would like to thank you for your program. It's great. I have a feature request (in case it's not there already and I'm just not finding it). For the analyzer, is it possible to support multiple monitors? That would help to analyze our lap with all the information + the map + the video, etc.
     
  3. Russell Hodgson

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    You can resize the window to use multiple monitors if you like.

    If you have the commercial license you can open multiple instances of the Analyzer as well, and have each one on a separate display displaying different information.
     
  4. Russell Hodgson

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    Version 2020.2 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available. This new version brings two major feature additions to the Z1 Analyzer: Scatter Plots and Histograms!

    You can now create a scatter plot of any two data channels, with an optional third as a color definition.

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    Any channel can now be displayed as a histogram, with many customizable parameters including segment size, low/hi threshold, scale and more.

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    Other improvements include Assetto Corsa Competizione and Codemasters F1 2019 live telemetry compatibility. And new data channels of Yaw, Pitch, Roll, Yaw Rate, Pitch Rate and Roll Rate now being supported by most sims.

    New users can get the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * There is now a close 'X' at the top right of all traces, maps, data channels, scatter plots, etc. Clicking this closes that window.

    * Scatter Plots are now available. You can display up to 8 scatter plots at one time. There are several pre-defined scatter plots included. You can create your own scatter plots or modify the existing ones using the Scatter Plots->New Scatter Plot or Scatter Plots->Edit Scatter Plot menu options.

    The Edit Scatter Plot dialog lets you delete or copy a scatter plot by right clicking on the desired plot name.

    The maximum number of scatter plot definitions you can have at one time depends on your license type. Standard license users can have up to 10 different scatter plot definitions at once. Track license users can have up to 20 different scatter plot definitions at once. Educational or Commercial license users can have an unlimited number of scatter plot definitions.

    To display a scatter plot you select its name from the Scatter Plots menu. When the scatter plot is displayed you can right click anywhere on it and choose the 'Edit Scatter Plot' option to go directly to the edit screen if you'd like to make changes to the scatter plot. Or you can choose the 'Copy Scatter Plot option to make a copy of that scatter plot

    You can close all displayed scatter plots by selecting the Scatter Plots->Close All Plots menu option.

    When creating a scatter plot you can choose which data channel is displayed on the X and Y axis of the plot. In addition you can choose the number of decimal places and tick marks for the X and Y axis.

    You can also choose the scale of the axis. There are three choices: 'Auto' will create the scale based on the values of the chosen data channel for that axis. 'Zero Based' will create an axis moving from zero in the middle out to positive and negatives numbers ending at a maximum value that you specify in the 'Max' text field. (For example if you enter 4 as the max value then the axis will go from -4 to 4 with zero being in the middle.) 'Min to Max' lets you enter the minimum and maximum value for the axis.

    Finally you can also choose the color channel for the scatter plot. The color channel can be divided in up to 10 'buckets' as defined in the Color Buckets drop down, each with its own color. If no color channel is specified then all dots in the plot will have the same color, as specified in the Color tab of the Settings dialog. you can also choose between three ways of displaying the color channel bucket legend.
    1) Extents - this is the default, and is the most common. This places the range of the bucket above and below it. You would use this for channels like Speed, temperatures, pressures, etc.
    2) Starting - this rounds the starting range of the bucket up to the nearest integer and places it at the bottom of the bucket color. This would be used for a channel such as the Gear channel.
    3) Ending - this rounds the ending range of the bucket down to the nearest integer and places it at the top of the bucket color. This would also be used for a channel such as the Gear channel.

    You can customize the colors of each bucket by clicking on the swatch for the appropriate bucket color. This will display a color chooser dialog allowing you to set the colors as desired.


    * Histograms are now available. You can display up to 4 histograms at one time. There are several pre-defined histograms included. You can create your own histograms or modify the existing ones using the Histograms->New Histogram or Histogram->Edit Histogram menu options.

    The Edit Histogram dialog lets you delete or copy a histogram, by right clicking on the desired histogram name.

    The maximum number of histogram definitions you can have at one time depends on your license type. Standard license users can have up to 10 different histogram definitions at once. Track license users can have up to 20 different histogram definitions at once. Educational or Commercial license users can have an unlimited number of histogram definitions.

    To display a histogram you select its name from the Histograms menu. When the histogram is displayed you can right click anywhere on it and choose the 'Edit Histogram' option to go directly to the edit screen if you'd like to make changes to the histogram. Or you can choose the 'Copy Histogram' option to make a copy of that histogram.

    If you click on a histogram's graph area you will see the bucket become outline, and get a display of its range and the percent of items in that bucket. Clicking anywhere on the histogram outside of the histogram's graph will clear this display.

    You can close all displayed histograms by selecting the Histograms->Close All Histograms menu option.

    When creating a histogram you can choose which data channel is displayed on the X axis from the 'Data Channel' drop down.

    The scale of the axis can be automatically determined, or manually set. There are three choices:
    'Auto' will create the scale based on the values of the chosen data channel.
    'Zero Based' will create an axis moving from zero in the middle out to positive and negatives numbers ending at a maximum value that you specify in the 'Max' text field. (For example if you enter 10 as the max value then the axis will go from -10 to 10 with zero being in the middle.) This will most likely be the most useful option.
    'Min to Max' lets you enter the minimum and maximum value for the axis.

    The Y axis is always displaying a percentage scale. You can choose to have this automatically set, or manually specify a maximum value. It you are displaying multiple histograms to compare the four corners of the car, then settings all the histograms to the same manually set maximum value for the Y Axis is the best option.

    The segment size determines the range of each segment bucket. For example if you are using Feet as your distance measurement and enter 0.25 as a segment size then each segment bucket will cover 0.25 in/s of movement. So you will have segment buckets covering 0.0 - 0.25, 0.25 - 0.5, 0.5 - 0.75, etc.

    The low/hi threshold determines the cut off between low and high segments of the histogram. If you are looking at suspension velocity for bump/rebound data, then this is cut off between low and high speed bump/rebound. This should be a multiple of the segment size for best results.

    The units for the scale, segment size and low/hi threshold are always in your currently selected units.

    The decimal places lets you set the number of decimal places used on the X axis number line. And the Segments Per Tick lets you set how often a tick mark is shown on the X axis number line.


    * The Track Edge Check analysis screen (Analysis->Track Edge Check) now flips and/or rotates the track edges independently from the track map. This is useful in case the track map and track edges do not align properly.

    * When opening a lap when no other laps are open, the Analyzer will now attempt to rotate the lap so the directions of the turns are correct. Previously you had to do this manually.

    * Updated the intro dialog to make it easier to read and current with the latest version.

    * Added Yaw, Roll, Pitch, Yaw Rate, Roll Rate & Pitch Rate to Assetto Corsa, Codemasters F1 2017, Codemasters F1 2018, Project Cars 2, Race Room, Kart Racing Pro, rFactor 2, rFactor, Automobilista, ARCA Sim Racing, Game Stock Car for live telemetry.

    * The Z1 Analyzer can now connect to Assetto Corsa Competizione for live telemetry. In the Settings Live Telemetry tab select 'AC Competizione' from the drop down and make sure the check box is checked.

    * There is now an option in live telemetry to set the driver name for Codemaster F1 sims. if you leave this blank then the driver name from the sim will be used. If you enter your name here then that will be used instead of the driver name from the sim.

    * In live telemetry you can now specify the Codemaster's timeout. As Codemasters stops sending telemetry when the sim is paused as well as when it exits the Z1 Analyzer doesn't not know if the sim has exited or been paused. So it will wait a certain number of second before assuming the sim has exited. By default this is 10 seconds. You can change this by entering a new time in the CM Timeout text field. This value is in seconds.

    * Added compatibility with Codemaster's F1 2019 for live telemetry. To select this sim choose 'F1 2019' or 'F1 2019 BC' from the drop down in the Live Telemetry tab. The F1 2019 BC option is to be used when running F1 2019 in broadcast mode, which is necessary if you want multiple applications to connect to the sim.

    * The Turn Analysis has been updated to improve the apex and track out accuracy.

    Download the demo today:
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  5. Russell Hodgson

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    If you are interested in setting up and viewing scatter plots in the Z1 Analyzer, this video is for you!



    Packed with lots of information, this is a must see video to get the most out of the Z1 Analyzer telemetry analysis program.

    Displaying Scatter Plots: 0:28

    Creating/Editing Scatter Plots:
    Selecting Data Channels: 1:31
    Specifying Decimal Places & Tick Marks: 3:09
    Settings The Scale: 4:42
    Color Channels: 6:38

    Zooming In on Scatter Plots: 8:47
    Navigating Scatter Plots: 9:28
    Playing/Stepping Though Scatter Plots: 10:01
    Final Thoughts: 11:01

    Download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
  8. Russell Hodgson

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    We've released version 2020.2.2 of the Z1 Analyzer. This fixes a couple of bugs:

    * Fixed a bug that could cause certain shock deflection and velocity parameters in some iRacing cars to not be properly read. (The Formula Renault 3.5 is an example of this.)

    * Fixed a bug in the scatter plots and histograms that could cause the right rear shock velocity to not show up properly.

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    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can get the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
  9. Russell Hodgson

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    We've released version 2020.2.3 of the Z1 Analyzer. This has a couple of bug fixes.

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    * Fixed a bug where iRacing driver names that were longer than 15 characters could be cut off in the Lap Data Screen, and in the list of laps available from our server when opening a lap. Note this change does not affect driver names from previously opened laps.

    * Updated the Lap Data Screen so that track, car and driver names that did not fit horizontally are now displayed better.

    Existing users can get this latest update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can download the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
  10. mitchwright58

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    Hey Russell, Recently purchased the program and whilst it is recognising and displaying Trace Data I am unable to use any of the Analysis options. The program crashes every time.

    Also, lap rescan displays numerous instances of the same lap and then displays an incorrect car when opened.

    Further, when I load two laps there is only a single lap map displayed when I enter "Show throttle brake overlay.

    I really hope you can address these problems as the program looks very useful

    Cheers, Mitch
     
  11. Russell Hodgson

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    I'm sure we can get you sorted out.

    Can you please send the zod file for the lap that is causing the crash when you go to the analysis screens to us at info @ zbluesoftware.com?

    Also please note right now or offices have no power or Internet due to a hurricane, so we may take a bit longer to get back than usual.

    Thanks.
     
  12. mitchwright58

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    Thanks for the reply Russell. Safety first mate. Look after yourself.

    I'll send a couple of laps, but basically, it's happening on every lap!?
     
  13. Russell Hodgson

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    Version 2020.3 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available! This new version brings a multitude of updates and improvements.

    Some highlights include:
    The Open Lap dialog has been completely reworked to make it easier to find the lap you are looking for.
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    The Import External Data dialog has been updated to make it easier to import data from external real world sources.
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    Math Channels are now supported and can be used with custom traces, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms.
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    12 new data channels are now supported.
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    Custom Traces have been improved making them more flexible than before.
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    The Speed Comparison analysis has been improved making it easier to see which lap the speeds refer to.
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    Histograms have been improved by showing the Rebound/Bump text when appropriate.
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    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can download the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * Main menu updates. The main menu has been updated. Previously the Display menu incorporated options for display, traces and data channels. This has been changed. The Display menu now only controls the Track Map, Lap Data and Video displays, as well as the Reset Display option, and the show/hide Extents and Corner Overlays.

    The new Traces menu allows you to show/hide the 9 available traces. In addition the New Custom Trace and Edit Custom Traces options have been moved from the File menu to this new Traces menu. There is also a Close All Traces menu located here. This will hide all currently displayed traces.

    The new Data Channels menu allows you to create and edit math channels, show and hide data tiles, and show which data tiles are currently being displayed.

    * Data Tiles. These are not new, but have some new functionality in this version. A Data Tile lets you display the value of a data channel or math channel in a larger format than is available in a trace. You can display one by selecting the Data Channels->Add Data Tile option. The newly displayed tile will default to the Throttle data channel. To select a different data channel for that tile, right click on the tile and select the desired data channel from the popup. All default data channels, as well as any math channel will be available here. In addition the bottom of the popup provides option to maximize/restore/hide the tile, as well as creating or editing math channels.

    * Math Channels and Custom Traces are now two different items. In previous versions they were combined into one option (Custom Trace). Breaking them out like this allows for more flexibility. A math channel can be used in a custom trace, data tile, scatter plot or histogram.

    To create a math channel select the Data Channels->New Math Channel option. You'll then see the dialog allowing you to create your math channel. Each math channel must have a unique name. You can specify the number of decimal places that will be used when displaying the math channel in a Data Tile using the decimal places drop down.

    Your math channel can be a variable based on an existing data channel, or it can be a constant value. You can select any of the current data channels from the scrollable list on the left of the dialog. And any of the numbers of symbols from the right side Operators may be used as well. The formula for the math channel is displayed in the text area at the bottom of the dialog. You can type the formula directly into this text area, or click on the data channel list and/or operators to place the desired option. Note if you type in a data channel name, it must be surrounded by brackets (for example [Brake]).

    The color swatch displayed to the right of the formula text area shows the color that will be used to display the math channel in a Data Tile. if you want to change the color, click on the swatch and select the desired color using the color picker.

    Click the Create Math Channel button to save your math channel.

    You can edit existing math channels by going to the Data Channels->Edit Math Channels option. This will display a list of the currently defined math channels. Double click on the one you want to edit.

    * Updates to how the external data import works. These updates make the import process work better across various files by providing more flexibility to what is expected for timing and distance data, as well as data frequency. This will make the import process able to more easily import data from various sources. Note we changed one mapping criteria from 'Current Time' to 'Current Session Time'. So if you used that in any of your saved mappings you will need to re-select that mapping and then re-save your mapping.

    * The ability to save column mappings for external data imports has been improved. In previous versions the column mappings were saved by column position. Now column mappings will be saved by column names when possible. This allows you to use the same mappings in files that have the column names in different orders. To use this functionality you have to tell the import dialog which row contains the column names. Control-click on the appropriate row to do this. If you do not control-click on the appropriate row, then mappings that use column names will not be able to be loaded, or saved. When the column name row is not specified then the mapping will be saved by column position as was the case in previous versions.

    * There is now an option to show the Bump/Rebound description in a histogram. When this option is turned on the text 'Bump' and 'Rebound' will be displayed at the top of the histogram to let you know which side of the histogram relates to the bump or rebound part of the suspension. This option is turned on for the six pre-defined suspension velocity histograms. You can choose to turn this option on or off in your histograms by ticking the 'Show Bump/Rebound' checkbox in the Histogram Dialog.

    * Added more link to YouTube help videos under the YouTube menu.

    * The Scan Laps menu option in the File menu has been replaced with two options. The first is Scan For New laps. This is the same as the lap scan from previous versions and will add any newly found laps to the lap data file, and remove any laps that no longer exist from the lap data file. The second option is Scan For All Laps. This will delete the lap data file and recreate it from scratch.

    * If you make a change to the locations of the Z1 Dashboard telemetry folder or the iRacing telemetry folder in the Z1 Analyzer settings dialog, when you exit the settings dialog the Z1 Analyzer will ask you if you want to scan for laps. This is necessary to find the laps in the new locations. If you do not perform the lap scan then you may not be able to find laps in the new locations. In the past this was done behind the scenes. This new way shows the lap scan progress so you can confirm your changes had the desired effect.

    * The Open Lap dialog has been extensively updated. There are now two distinct scrollable windows in the dialog. The top one shows the laps that are located on your system, in other words the laps you have driven. The bottom one shows laps from other drivers that you can download to compare yourself against. You can now resize the dialog by dragging as you would any Windows dialog. Resizing the dialog will adjust the display as appropriate.

    You can scroll the windows using the mouse wheel, the scroll bar on the right, or the Up/Down keyboard arrow keys. When using the Up/Down keys if you reach the bottom of the list of the top window, the scrolling will switch to the bottom window. And if you reach the top of the bottom window, the scrolling will continue up the top window. You can also quickly switch between the top and bottom windows using the Tab key.

    To open a lap, double click on it, or press the Enter key when it is selected. For more options right click on the desired lap. This is where you'll see options to open as a base lap, or left/right edge.

    The window that displays your laps includes a new column, Lap #. This shows the lap number of the specified lap, making it easier to find the desired lap.

    The right click popup menu has been updated to include the filter options and the Sort By Cars First option. (Note: In previous versions, the Sort By Cars First option was called 'Group Cars' and located in the settings dialog.) When turned on (which it is by default) the laps will be sorted first by car type, then by the currently selected column.

    To sort the laps in either window, click on the desired column header. This will sort the laps by that column. Each time you click on the column header the order of the sort will be reversed. The local and server windows are sorted independently and can have different sort options.

    There are three filter options, all available from within the right click popup menu. When filters are activated a message will be displayed in red text at the top right of each window. The filter options are drivers, cars and dates. Selecting these options will narrow the list of laps returned. Note for the local laps window, the driver filter is not available as there would only be one driver, you.

    The driver filter sub menu shows the first 20 drivers (alphabetically) as options. If all drivers are selected, then when you select one of these it will deselect all the other drivers. If not all drivers are selected then selecting a driver from the list toggles them on or off. The Show All Drivers menu option displays all the drivers. The Show No drivers option turns off all the drivers. Note showing no drivers will result in no laps being displayed.

    The 'View Full List of Drivers' option will display a new dialog which shows all the drivers available at the track. As there could be hundreds of drivers at some tracks, this options works better than listing all the drivers in one long menu. You can resize this new dialog as desired. If all drivers do not fit on the window, then you can scroll it using the mouse wheel, or by clicking and dragging on the scroll bar. Next to each driver is a star and a toggle button. Clicking the star will add or remove the driver from your favorite list. Clicking the toggle icon will add/remove the driver from the list of drivers included in the current driver filter.

    The Favorite Driver list will display those drivers you have marked as favorites (assuming they have driven a lap in the currently selected track). This list is just a user-definable subset of the main driver list and works in the same way.

    The Filter Cars option works in the same way as the Filter Drivers option.

    Note on favorites - there are three lists: one for drivers in the server window; one for cars in the server window; and one for cars in the local window. Favorites are saved when you exit the Analyzer, so the list is retained when the analyzer is launched again.

    The Filter Dates option lets you filter the laps displayed by date range. By default all laps are included. You can narrow this down by selecting one of the options in the sub menu.

    The top of the Open Lap dialog now shows options that used to be in the Settings dialog. These are 'Share Laps' and 'Include Server Tracks'. Having them directly on the dialog provides for better ease of access. The 'Share Laps' option when turned on will upload any lap you open to our servers so other drivers can download them and compare themselves against them. When it is turned off, your laps are not uploaded to our servers, and you cannot download any laps from our servers. The 'Include Server Tracks' option, which only works if the 'Share Laps' option is turned on, determines which tracks are included in the list of available tracks for a sim. If this option is turned off then the track list is comprised of only those tracks that you have recorded telemetry for using the Z1 software. If it is turned on, then the list of tracks will include all the tracks for which you have recorded laps, and also all tracks with available laps for the selected sim on our servers.

    * Wheel RPS has been added to rFactor, Game Stock Car, ARCA and Automobilista.

    * 12 new data channels are available for sims where they are supported: tire load, lateral tire force, longitudinal tire force, tire contact patch sliding percentage, suspension force, front ride height, rear ride height, front wing height, drag, front downforce, rear downforce, oil level. These data channels are available to use when importing external data as well.

    * Improved how live telemetry recognizes Assetto Corsa and Assetto Corsa Competizione to make it easier to connect to those sims.

    * Updates to the internal architecture of the Z1 Analyzer to allow for non-English characters to be used in the names of Layouts, Scatter Plots, Histograms, Math Channels and Custom Traces.

    * When two laps are loaded, the Speed Comparison analysis now shows the speeds of each lap in the color associated with that lap. By default this is read for the first lap and blue for the second. This makes it easier to see which speed is associated with each lap. You can customize these colors in the Screen Color tab of the settings dialog.

    * The Z1 Analyzer is now compatible with Codemasters F1 2020 for both recorded and live telemetry. To view live telemetry, select the sim in the Live telemetry tab under the Codemasters drop down. As always, broadcast mode is also suported. Selecting F1 2020 BC will allow the Z1 Analyzer to connect when broadcast mode is being used.

    * Brake pressure is now read from rFactor 2. Note that rFactor 2 oututs brake pressure as a percentage (0.0 - 1.0). So it won't be bar or psi, etc, but rather a percentage of total pressure. You'll be able to see how the four brakes are working with respect to each other. But you won't get the actual pressure values in each brake line.

    Download the demo today:
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    Greetings
     
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    Nice. Planning to buy the software so this vid will come in handy :D
     
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  17. Russell Hodgson

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    Great video! Do you mind if we post to it on our Facebook page/and email lists?
     
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    Olaf Hülse Well-Known Member Beta tester

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    Might have to talk to DDF Racer (just comment below the video and he'll notice) I don't own any rights on this :D But I'm pretty sure he's okay with that-better ask though.
    Greetings
     
  19. Russell Hodgson

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    We've just released version 2020.3.2 of the Z1 Analyzer. This cleans up a few issues with the new Open Lap Dialog:

    * Updated the Open Lap Dialog so if you do not have the Share Lap option selected, then the dialog will shrink the size of the Server Laps section, prioritizing the Local Laps section to have it take advantage of as much window space as possible.

    * Updated the Open Lap Dialog to include sector times in the display. You can cycle through the by clicking on the SCT header in the local and server lap windows.

    * Updated the Open Lap Dialog to improve the keyboard arrow navigation within the laps.

    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can download the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
  20. Russell Hodgson

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    Version 2020.3.3 of the Z1 Analyzer has just been released. This contains several bug fixes and improvements from version 2020.3.

    * Fixed an issue with importing external data that used decimal commas and not decimal places, that could cause data to appear very jagged in the race displays.

    * Fixed a bug importing external data which could cause the track length not to be set properly.

    * Fixed a bug that could prevent the right click popup menu from being displayed on a trace when it is maximized.

    * Fixed a bug that could cause the data line to be displayed in the wrong location on a maximized trace when you left click on that trace.

    * Fixed a bug that could prevent you from being able to zoom in on a maximized trace.

    * Fixed a bug that could prevent the default circle track map from being created in some cases when lat/lon coordinates were not present in the source data.

    * Fixed a bug where if you changed a channel displayed in a maximized trace, you were unable to properly minimize the trace again.

    * The Interpolate Position option in the General settings tab now also applies to laps imported from external data sources.

    * Added two more units options for importing external data with the data channels Shock Velocity. These are mm/second and inches/second.

    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can download the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm