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  1. Hi, Is there a reason the Digital Gauges are "disabled" during log playback and are only functional during live PC Connection? Or is there a setting available to turn them on permanently? I noticed this testing the Haltech ESP software - any configured "Digital Gauges" are live both during PC Connection/Vehicle Running and Log Playback. As an example - it would make troubleshooting easier watching the Digital MAP Limit gauge *flash* as it does when vehicle is live, rather than trying to pick out "MAP Limit (psi)" vs "MAP Limit" from the parameter list and looking for a line "step" indication in a 60min log file. Currently a whole page of Digital Gauges can be added - but these are immediately redundant once you disconnect from the ECU. Thanks
  2. Couldn't find something like this with the search function, so here my question. Is it possible to show the dutycycle of a GP PWM output in a logfile on a link g4+ thunder? I'm using aux 2 as GP PWM with a 2D table to control my turbo precontrol solenoid on my FD RX-7. Only thing I found was A2 (status) when looking through the logfile, but that's not the right thing... A2 (status) only shows "ON" the whole time, regardless of the % dutycycle. So I don't know the dutycycle of the output when I'm looking at my datalog. Cheers Toni
  3. Hello, Short question: If I click on record log(1), then stop log(2), and then record log(3) and stop log(4) again, will I get a log that contains both pieces 1-2 and 3-4, or will I only get piece 3-4 unless I save before clicking record again? I used to live with the impression that I will get the whole log (1-4) eventually split in 2 sections, but now I am not so sure anymore. The workflow I am trying to achieve is this: drive the car, hit an interesting spot, park it on the side of the road and inspect the log. I do not necessarily want to stop logging while I inspect the current log, but I have to stop it because otherwise the logging view keeps redrawing and makes reviewing impossible. What's the correct way to do this workflow? Thanks! Best regards, Florin
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