v113 - Getting back to basics
A little late but better than never! While we have been making noise about the new member benefits for Track Attack users, both free and premium members with the awesome new Speed Secrets content, we released v113 of Track Attack and Alfano versions of our desktop clients the first week in January.
Here’s what was included in the release:
When selecting a new lap, the graph now remembers its zoom level. This makes it much easier to compare only a small section of the track across many laps.
Similarly, when you click on the graph to set a reference point, the zoom level stays. In the old version it always zoomed out to show the whole lap.
When importing AiM data with a throttle position channel, sometimes it would read the position as a number from 0 to 1, and other times it would read it as a number between 0 and 100. We now made this consistent, so that it works the same as all other throttle positions from other data loggers.
When you’re aligning video and data, there was a bug where at first, the video would show a black square. This is now fixed.
Similarly, when you’re done editing the video alignment, you would have to deselect a lap, and then select it again to make the video show up. That’s also fixed.
Track Attack now supports the CSV format from the Race Technology family of data loggers.
Some users noted that sometimes, iRacing sessions would come out without a GPS speed channel. This is now fixed.
The previous versions of the software had a problem with really long iRacing sessions, such as 12h endurance races. We’re still not perfect in these cases, but this scenario is working a lot better now.
We have really exciting new features coming out in the January release of Track Attack and hope you all enjoy our focus on quality and the basics in the December 2018 release!
Remember, you can easily download or have friends get started with Track Attack or Alfano at the following links: