Hi Harry,Harry wrote:I have chosen the quotation above, but there are several others that relate to the same issue.lmcgrew79 wrote:Harry, a few times this weekend the v15 seemed to have issues. Some sessions would not recorded data. I either go to assistant then racer or timer, then select video, at that point it says will start recording once the start finish line is passed. So everything seem to be working fine sometimes it would record the session with data, others i found later just seemed to record the whole video, which i found by looking thru the select video area. I didnt think it recorded anything but apparently it did, just no data.
It seems I have found the problem that created the the issues named:
Problem is that LapTimer crashes at the end of the second video recorded lap if the initial lap has been triggered by a stop/go (instead of go) trigger. Oddly, I did not have this case in my - or my beta tester's - test cases... And so we missed the bug... As this operation is probably a very frequently used one, this creates quite some issues currently. I have a fixed version available now and will submit it to Apple asap (after having run some additional tests). I will post this to the announcement section in parallel.
Can't say how sorry I am this made it to production. I will try to be as fast as possible.
I spent two days at the track this week, gave up on using the Emprum ultimate GPS sometime ago but am finding great success with the Dual XGPS150 as far as staying connected to Laptimer goes.
I have posted before about the fact that i do motorcycle track days and can't be looking at HLT while it is running as it is forbidden to use lap timing devices at my track.
I started by trying to test out a revised Eastern Creek track set that have since sent you for certification.
Out of 12 x 20m min. sessions over the 2 days i managed to get Laptimer to trigger and record for 3 sessions only.
I don't use any video, there are no signal problems with the Dual XGPS.
it is quite disheartening to come back in from each session to find that Laptimer has shut down and not recorded anything.
I did manage to get the track tested on the first day and send it through to you for certification.
On the second day it was only the last 2 sessions that i managed to get it to trigger and record successfully, including the new lap splits and cancel lap trigger that i added into the track set.
Is it correct to say that if you have selected the driver and vehicle once in a day, if you know you have only 1 correct track set loaded already that the easiest thing to do is press start driving and go for it.
I don't feel that the startup protocol is totally clear in the documentation or processes of Laptimer, and when things don't work a few times the frustration can make you do silly things.
I have a few crash logs from the 2 days that i shall email to you
I apologise if this post is a little indirect but i believe in your product, have spent considerable $$$ trying different GPS dongle's to get one that worked for me, (XGPS is my third), and would really like to make sure that when i head out on track each time and press go that i will get some data at the end of it, particularly with the incredibly high cost of track days here.
Thanks very much,