Replay Analyser v2.5 released

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User 6

News/Changes:

1. You can now automatically create a complete html site with most of the
reports N2002RA can generate. Good for leagues who want to publish results
quick and easy on the web. Big thanks to Fredrik Nornemark for designing
the webpages.
Example site:
http://www.bonetweb.com/grandprix/n2002ra/examplesite/index.html

2. Mechanical report is now reporting much more information. The following
stuff has been added: Bodywork damages for front, rear, roof, right side,
left side and all four corners of the car is now reported in major, medium
and minor degrees of damage. Removed bodywork is also reported. Oil, fuel
and coolant leaks are also reported in the same variation of degrees of damage.

3. The Mechanical report now has an 'End of the race' summary listing what
kinds of damage all cars had at the end of the race. This makes it easier
for leagues which charge repair fees to 'sum up the bill'.

4. The Mechanical report also reports what damages the pit crew repairs in
the pits.

5. Moved Speed Report from Report-menu to Tools-menu

6. Fixed this bug:
-N2002RA now takes into account that N2002 sometimes mix lowercase and
uppercase in the tracknames in playrecs.ini. Earlier this would cause some
records to not show up in PB-Viewer and Export Records.

Plus some minor improvements here and there.
Martin and Jonas

PS. We have got a number of questions regarding support for N2003 and if
there will be any N2003 Replay Analyser. Answer is that we do not know. We
can't comment on that before seeing the final product from Papy.
 
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User 359

Die Investition in den Analyser hat sich echt gelohnt :]

News/Changes:
2. Mechanical report is now reporting much more information. The following
stuff has been added: Bodywork damages for front, rear, roof, right side,
left side and all four corners of the car is now reported in major, medium
and minor degrees of damage. Removed bodywork is also reported. Oil, fuel
and coolant leaks are also reported in the same variation of degrees of damage.

Das klingt auch sehr gut, nur wenn man das mal auf ein SO-Rennen ansetzt (zB Atlanta ;)) gibts bestimmt nen Report, der mehrere MB groß ist ;) :happy:
 
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