Today, we have another very cool release for you. Several people have asked for it, and we’re proud to finally deliver it: Configurable graph layouts. With this new feature, you can define several graph configurations, for example one for a quick overview for the driver, one for a detailed analysis of some turns, and one for engine tuning. This will make it much faster to get you to the data you need.
But that’s not all. We have a bunch of other features in this release as well:
- In the track management window, you can now download track settings from the OCD server. That way you can arrive at a new track fully prepared with magnet and GPS settings. Please help us fill out our track database! If your favorite track is missing from the list, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
- Speaking of tracks: Now, when you synchronize the tracks between OCD and the UniGo, it does not delete tracks that are on the UniGo already. It only adds new ones and updates existing ones.
- OCD now makes sure that the track list is sorted alphabetically, both in OCD and on the UniGo. To see the change on the UniGo, you have to synchronize tracks with OCD at least once.
- Finally, on the topic of tracks, if you have no track set and you do a run with GPS enabled, OCD now suggests creating a new track during import. It was already possible to create a track from a new run, but we made it easier to discover, and faster, for a better experience at a new track.
- There was a surprisingly common problem when importing .ocd files from one computer into another. This is now fixed!
- We got a new update for the Dutch language, thanks to Martijn Nelissen. Thank you!
- We also got an update for Swedish, thanks to Niclas Andersson. Thank you as well!
- Due to a bug, units were untranslatable in the previous version of OCD. This is now fixed, and units are translatable. We don’t have all the translations yet, but we are working on it!
- Sometimes, the numbers in the min/max window differed from the numbers in the graph window. This is now fixed.
- We made some detailed fixes to how the graphs are drawn. In particular, we changed how stretching works, and how the Y-axis is drawn.
- There were some differences in how you can configure the UniGo on the device vs. how you can configure it from OCD. We made sure they are the same now.
- Finally, we fixed a handful of crashes, some that were brought to our attention by you, and some we found ourselves.
We think this is a really cool release, and so I want to thank everyone who came to us with feedback and suggestions. I want to thank those of you especially whose suggestions take a long time to respond to. There are only three of us, so we cannot do everything right away, but we do take every bit of feedback seriously. Ultimately, it lets us make releases like this one.
As always, you can get the new version from the downloads page, or simply restart your old version of Off Camber Data. If you would like to contribute, feel free to just comment on the blog, or send us an email at email@example.com!