I'm interested to know what kind of things are you having them change and why. Glad you like the app. Thinking about some updates for it.WOW man just got some time so i ran i a good couple logs at different levels and modes. Your program makes it easy to send off for the tune update since i can see whast going on and can tell them how to update my tune my way. And it just helps to learn you car glad i stumbled over this.
Thanks for the input. I actually have a "Pro" version with much better features (including viewing multiple log files at the same time). I just threw this one together so we had something. I used standard graphs, but I have access to much nicer charts and graph suites. The pro version should be out in a month or two.First off, let me say thanks for the great program! It was nice to be able to look over the logs I made for Trifecta, check out the difference in boost, etc.
I was wondering if you would be open to putting your application and code up on Google Code/GitHub/Codeplex/whatever. I have a few ideas for making the graphs even more useful and I'd be happy to do the work myself. Namely, it would be nice if the crosshairs that appear when you click were able to print off the values of any intersecting data. More ambitiously, I also think it would be cool if you could load 2 log files onto the same graph for comparison. And if someone else out there was so inclined, they could scratch their own itch for pretty 3D graphs and other colorful niceties.
Other perks include having a more official location to host the exe file, and most places even give you a free wiki.