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Category Archives: Release Previews
There’s a bug in 3.8.1 that can cause RCLogbook to crash when working with helicopters that log fuel. The crash can happen on either the flight complete or the flight edit pages of the UI. The bug has been isolated … Continue reading
Strangely enough, the next release is moving very quickly for only being in development for a little under a month. Here is a screen shot of one of the new features. Navigating fields will be easier in the new world…
Aside from the little hiccup with 3.8.0 and iOS 4, we have been madly working on the next release. It is looking like this may make it out in a month or two. We are making good progress and have … Continue reading
The App Store tells me that RCLogbook 3.8 is now live! Wh00t! You should see an update notification shortly. For more on what is new, surf on over to the RCLogbook page or check out the release note post on … Continue reading
Here’s the change log for 3.8 that just went into the user’s guide: Cycles now support per-cell voltages, per-pack internal resistance, and per-cell internal resistances. These values can be plotted in the performance plots. Added support for unscheduled or one-time maintenance items. Badge model pictures … Continue reading
One more new feature (mostly) wrapped up after a few days spent tracking down a nasty bug (who knew _currentAction and currentAction hit the same IV?). The performance plots have been revised and extended slightly. The scale button in the … Continue reading
Recently seen in a development build: The battery cycles now track both per-cell voltages (charge and discharge phases) as well as overall internal resistance and per-cell resistances (charge phases only).
I think we are going to go with this one: This is (hopefully) a little more obvious than the “!” that was used earlier.
Not liking the maintenance badges anymore. As I thought about it, I started to wonder if anyone would realize that a “!” caution icon would mean that it is time to do some maintenance. I figured probably not. So, I … Continue reading