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  1. Russell Hodgson

    Russell Hodgson Active Member

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    Here's round 2 of the PCA Sim racing series. This one is at Sonoma raceway. The event is sponsored by the Z1 Analyzer.


    You can download the Z1 Analyzer here: Z1 Dashboard
     
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    Version 2021.1 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available! This version has loads of new features and improvements.

    You can now display as many traces, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms at once as you like.
    (Previous versions limited this to 9 traces, 20 data tiles, 8 scatter plots and 4 histograms.)
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    There is now an option to delete your laps in the Open lap Dialog.
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    Menu options for traces, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms have been standardized so they all work in the same way regardless of the type of object.
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    New Data Channels: Wheel lateral patch velocity, Wheel longitudinal patch velocity, Wheel lateral ground velocity, Wheel longitudinal ground velocity, Wheel toe, Velocity X, Velocity Y, Velocity Z, Brake Bias, ABS Setting, Traction Control 1 Setting, Traction Control 2 Setting, Front Anti-Roll Bar, Rear Anti-Roll Bar, Left Weight Jacker, Right Weight Jacker, Differential Entry, Differential Middle and Differential Exit are now available as data channels.

    You can now 'scrub' a trace by moving the mouse with the control button.
    You can now use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out on a trace.

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    The External Data Import now supports the Porsche PCM data format.
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    The new Control settings tab lets you customize mouse controls.
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    New users can get the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * You can now display as many traces, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms at once as you like. (Previous versions limited this to 9 traces, 20 data tiles, 8 scatter plots and 4 histograms.)

    * Menu options for traces, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms have been standardized so they all work in the same way regardless of the type of object. See below for more details.

    * Popup menu updates - when using the popup menu on traces, data tiles, scatter plots or histograms, they will all now have options to maximize, restore, and close the object. This is under the popup's 'Trace Display' option for traces; 'Data Tile Display' for data tiles, 'Scatter Plot Display' for scatter plots, and 'Histogram Display' for histograms.

    * All objects (traces, data tiles, scatter plots, and histograms) can now be changed using their popup menu. Right click on the object to view the popup menu. You'll then see various options for selecting the type of data displayed by that object. For traces and data tiles there are multiple sub-menus. For scatter plots and histograms there is just one sub menu.

    * All objects (traces, data tiles, scatter plots, and histograms) are now added in the same way. There is an 'Add...' options under each main menu. Choosing this displays a sub-menu of the available objects that can be displayed. For example, the 'Traces->Add Trace' menu option shows all available traces that can be added; 'Data Channels->Add Data Tile' shows all available data tiles that can be added. 'Scatter Plots->Add Scatter Plot' shows all available scatter plots that can be added. 'Histograms->Add Histogram' shows all available histograms that can be added.

    * All currently displayed traces, data tiles, scatter plots, and histograms now appear under their main menu. Selecting one of these from the menu option will bring that object to the foreground and highlight it in a teal color. For example under the Traces menu by default you'll see traces 1-9 displayed. If you select one of those options that trace will be displayed on top of all other objects and highlighted. This is the same for data tiles, scatter plots and histograms. This makes it easy to find objects.

    * All objects are now closed by either clicking on their close icon, or by right clicking and choosing the close option.

    * You can close all of the same type of object by choosing the 'Close All...' menu option under the appropriate main menu. For example to close all currently displayed traces choose 'Traces->Close All Traces'.

    * Improved the speed of the lap scan process.

    * When re-opening the video display, the previously loaded video will remain displayed. (In previous versions you had to reload the video every time you opened the video display.)

    * When moving or resizing any object (traces, scatter plots, etc) that object will redraw as you move it. Previously only the green outline was drawn, with the actual object not being updated until you finished moving or resizing the object.

    * When changing your language setting from the General settings tab, the menus will now update as soon as you exit the Settings dialog. In previous versions you had to restart the Analyzer for the change to take effect.

    * Added additional translated items - the popup menus on the traces, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms are now translated into the appropriate language.

    * There is now a "Delete Lap" option in the Open lap dialog. Right clicking on a lap in the Local Laps section display the popup menu. The bottom option is the "Delete Lap" option. This lets you delete the selected lap. Deleting a lap will remove its file from your hard driver and prevent it from being recreated during future lap scans. Note you can only delete local laps, and not server laps.

    * New Data Channels: Wheel lateral patch velocity, Wheel longitudinal patch velocity, Wheel lateral ground velocity, Wheel longitudinal ground velocity, Wheel toe, Velocity X, Velocity Y, Velocity Z, Brake Bias, ABS Setting, Traction Control 1 Setting, Traction Control 2 Setting, Front Anti-Roll Bar, Rear Anti-Roll Bar, Left Weight Jacker, Right Weight Jacker, Differential Entry, Differential Middle and Differential Exit are now available as data channels. They can be selected for a standard trace, custom trace, data tile, math channel, scatter plot or histogram. See this page for which sims supports these new data channels: Z1 Software | Data Channels By Sim

    * The Laps->Pause Lap menu option has been replaced with a 'Play/Pause Lap' option. This will toggle between playing and pausing the lap playback at the currently selected playback speed. The space key is the shortcut for this function. The Play Lap option still plays the lap, and slows it down by half every time it is clicked. The Stop Playing lap menu option stops playback and resets the playback speed to 1/1.

    * You can now 'scrub' a trace by moving the mouse with the control button. So control-click the left mouse button and then drag the mouse with the control button held down, and the cursor will follow you on the trace, displaying the appropriate data on all traces, data tiles, and scatter plots.

    * You can now use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out on a trace.

    * There is a new tab in the settings dialog called 'Control'. This lets you specify how certain controls work within the Z1 Analyzer. For this version, you can specify what the mouse drag option does within a trace. You can specify what a basic mouse drag does, what a control-mouse drag does, and what a shift-mouse drag does. The three options are 'highlight/zoom the trace', 'scrub the trace', or 'shift the base lap'. (Note the shift base lap functionality requires a Track license or higher.)

    * Trace scrollbars - If you are zoomed in on a trace then a scrollbar will appear at the bottom of all displayed traces. You can use this to scroll through the entire trace at the current zoom level. The color of this scrollbar can be set in the Screen Colors tab of the settings dialog.

    * Updates to the Screen Colors and Print Colors settings tabs to include more customizable color options.

    * Import External Data Dialog - you can now use the Tab key to move between the five text fields in the Enter Lap Information section.

    * Import External Data Dialog - there is now a Separator drop down to the right of the Select File browse button. This determines the separated used when parsing the imported data. By default it is set to 'Automatic' and the Analyzer will attempt to determine the separated being used. However if the data does not display properly in the preview, then you can try selecting a specific separator from the drop down. The currently supported options are comma, pipe and semi-colon.

    * Import External Data Dialog - there is now a Hertz option drop down. This is located to the right of the Mappings options. This hertz option lets you specify the hertz for each row of the file. This is useful if the file to be imported does not include data on the current session time. By default the hertz value is set to 'From File'. This default setting uses whatever is specified in the file column assigned to the Current Session Time. Most of the time this will be sufficient. However some files may not include data in the current session time, in which case you will have to assign a hertz value to the file. A setting of 1 hertz means each row is a second. A value of 60 means each row is 1/60th of a second. The hertz value is saved with the mapping.

    * Import External Data Dialog - the import process now recognizes lap data created by the Porsche Sport Chrono PCM. There are two pre-defined column mappings for this data, 'Porsche PCM - Imperial', and 'Porsche PCM - Metric'. You first need to export the data from the Porsche PCM to a csv file. Then select that csv file to open in the Import External Data Dialog. The Analyzer should auto-recognize the format. If it does not then you should select the semi-colon separator. Then control click on the column names row (usually the second row). Then click on the first data row (usually the third row). Then Load the Porsche PCM mapping, either the metric or imperial depending on your data. Then click the Import button.

    * Track Edge Check Analysis Screen - There is now a button to redownload the track edge from our servers. Track edges are downloaded automatically when you open a lap (if the track edge exists on our server). As you can flip or rotate the track edges using the icons on the track edge check analysis screen, there may be a situation when you accidentally adjust the track edges to a state where you can no longer get them to line up with the track map. The solution is to redownload the track edge. Clicking this new button will redownload the track edges.

    * Automobilista 2 is now officially supported. To connect to this sim turn on the Shared Memory option within Automobilista 2, and set it to Project Cars 2. Then in the Z1 Analyzer Live Telemetry tab make sure the Madness Engine option is checked and set the drop down to Automobilista 2.

    * Dirt Rally 2 is now officially supported. To connect to this sim you will need to edit the file 'hardware_settings_config'. This file is located in Documents\My Games\Dirt Rally 2.0\hardwaresettings. We suggest using Notepad for this. Open the file in Notepad and set the udp entry line to: <udp enabled="true" extradata="3" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="2" />

    Then in the Z1 Analyzer Live Telemetry tab make sure the Codemasters option is checked and set the drop down to Dirt Rally 2. The Z1 Analyzer connects to the sim when you are in the car and press the handbrake before the session starts. This is because of the way in which DR2 sends out data.

    * Project Cars 3 is now officially supported. To connect to this sim, select Project Cars 3 from the Madness Engine drop down in Z1 Analyzer's Live Telemetry tab. In the sim set the shared memory option to Project Cars 2, and set the UDP Mode to Off.

    Download the demo today:
    Z1 Dashboard
     
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    We've just released version 2021.1.1 of the Z1 Analyzer. This has a couple of tweaks from version 2021.1.

    * Improved the positioning of the Z1 Analyzer when it is closed near the edge of a monitor.

    * Improved telemetry data reading when running single hot laps in sims.

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    New users can get the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard
     
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    We've released version 2021.1.2 of the Z1 Analyzer.

    This fixes a bug that caused the Analyzer to crash if you used the mouse wheel to scroll the available laps in the Open Lap dialog.

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    New users can get the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard
     
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    We've just released version 2021.1.3 of the Z1 Analyzer. This contains two bug fixes.

    The first is associated with live telemetry in iRacing.

    The second fixes an issue that could cause the Analyzer to become non-responsive in the Open lap dialog.

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    New users can get the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard
     
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    Version 2021.1 of the Z1 Analyzer introduces some new and improved ways to zoom traces, scrub traces, and shift the base lap beacon in a trace.

    This video explains how they all work, and how you can customize the controls used implement them.



    Download the demo today: Z1 Dashboard
     
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    We've just released version 2021.1.4 of the Z1 Analyzer. This fixes a few bugs.

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    * Fixed a bug that prevented Assetto Corsa Competizione from displaying track maps during live telemetry.

    * Fixed a bug that prevented printing from working.

    * Scatter Plots and Histograms are now printed along with traces and the track map.

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard

    New users can download the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard
     
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    We've released version 2021.1.5 of the Z1 Analyzer. This contains various bug fixes.

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    * Fixed a bug that could prevent the Analyzer from properly connecting with the Z1 Server during live telemetry. (This bug manifested itself as either endless disconnects/reconnects, or as no data being displayed.)

    * Fixed a bug where track names from some sims in the Open Lap dialog's Track drop down would appear garbled.

    * Fixed a bug that prevented the data channel 'Speed - GPS' from being used in a Math Channel.

    * Fixed a bug where and new or edited custom traces or math channels did not appear in the main menus properly.

    New users can download the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard
     
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    The Z1 Dashboard and Analyzer let you display the interface in multiple languages. This video explains how to select from the several options that come with the software, as well as how to create your own language packs so that you can display the software in any language.



    Download the demo today:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Intro: 0:00
    Some irony: 0:31
    Choosing your language for the Z1 Dashboard 0:38
    Choosing your language for the Z1 Analyzer 2:23
    Creating language packs For the Z1 Analyzer: 3:34
    Creating language packs For the Z1 Dashboard: 6:40
    Final Thoughts: 9:48
     
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    Want to know how to easily display and modify Traces, Scatter Plots, Histograms and Data Tiles in the Z1 Analyzer?
    This video explains it all!



    Download the demo today: Z1 Dashboard

    Chapters:
    0:00 Intro
    1:05 Menu Overview
    1:51 Adding/Changing Traces
    3:20 Adding/Changing Data Tiles
    4:38 Adding/Changing Scatter Plots
    6:24 Adding/Changing Histograms
    8:08 Final Thoughts
     
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    Version 2021.2 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available!

    There are loads of new features and improvements in this new version.
    Some highlights include:

    Custom Channels
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    Automatically create custom channels when necessary
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    RaceChrono compatibility
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    Data logging & auto track map creation from live telemetry
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    Fuel levels displayed for downloadable laps:
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    And we even want to pay you for your setups!

    New users can get the demo here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Existing users can get the update here:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * Custom Data Channel support. You can now create your own custom channel for use within the Z1 Analyzer. These channels can be use in traces, math channels, data tiles, scatter plots and histograms. Once created they can be populated with data during the import external data process. To map one of your data columns from the external file to your custom data channel, select the custom channel name from the appropriate column's channel drop down, just as you would any standard data channel name.

    * Custom channel data saved within a zodx or zodxl file is tagged with the name of the custom channel. If you delete that channel or change its name at a later data then the data associated with that channel will become unavailable to you, even though it is still within the zodx/xl data file. To retrieve the data from such a deleted or renamed custom channel you would need to create a new custom channel with the appropriate name.

    * When using a Pro/Commercial license the Z1 Analyzer can automatically create custom channels for any non-mapped data channel when importing a lap from external data. This feature can be toggled on and off using the 'Create Custom Channels' option in the Import Lap dialog.

    * When using a Pro/Commercial license the Z1 Analyzer will automatically create any necessary custom channels that are found within a zodx or iRacing ibt file if they do not already exist. For iRacing ibt files this would include any data points that are not part of the 100+ data channels that are imported by default. This feature can be toggled on and off using the 'Create Custom Channels' option in the Open Lap dialog.

    * A Track license or higher is required for custom data channels. The Track license allows you to create up to 10 custom channels. The Pro/Commercial license allows for unlimited custom channels.

    * To create a custom channel go to Data Channels->New Custom Channel. You can enter a name for your channel as well as the units used in that channel. The units used is for your purposes only, and have no bearing on how the Z1 Analyzer will display the data contained by the channel.

    * To edit an existing custom channel go to Data Channels->Edit Custom Channel. You will then see a list of existing custom channels. You can edit the channel by double clicking on it. To delete the custom channel right click on its name and choose the Delete option.

    * If you are importing external data, you can quickly create a new custom channel by selecting thee '<Add New>' option from the channel list drop down. This will display the Custom Channel dialog where you can create your new custom channel. Once created it will automatically be assigned to the column you were working on.

    * Custom Traces now show data in live telemetry mode.

    * Velocity X, Y and Z have been added as channel options to the external data import.

    * When selecting a file to import in the Import External Data dialog, the Z1 Analyzer will now try to automatically determine the file format. If it is able to do so then it will pre-populate the various fields in the Lap Information section as possible. It will also attempt to automatically find and select the column name row and the first data row, as well as selecting the appropriate column mapping. This is all intended to make the import process easier. We still suggest you check to make sure the columns are mapped properly. Custom channels are not included in this column mapping process. The currently supported file formats for automatic detection are: MoTeC CSV (metric), AIM CSV (metric), RaceChrono, Porsche PCM (Metric and Imperial). If the file format is not automatically detected you can still set all the fields manually to import your data.

    * Custom Data Channel streaming. Custom data channels can be streamed in live telemetry to the Z1 analyzer using a UDP feed. Please see this page for the expected UDP structure: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/serverUDP.cfm. Up to 32 custom data channels can be streamed using UDP. You must create a Custom Data channel in the Z1 Analyzer with the same name as the data channel being streamed in the UDP feed. A Educational license or Pro/Commercial license is required for custom data channel streaming.

    * The Z1 Analyzer can now record telemetry data when display live telemetry. To activate this feature click the 'Data Logging' checkbox that appears in the status bar at the bottom of the Z1 analyzer's window when live telemetry is running. This feature requires a Track license or higher.

    * The Z1 Analyzer will now automatically create the track map during live telemetry for all sims except iRacing. (iRacing does not provide the necessary data to create a track map during live telemetry.). This feature requires a track license or higher. Standard license holders can still create track maps for live telemetry by saving a recorded track map as in previous versions.

    * There are three options for when a track map should be created during live telemetry. These are set in the Live Telemetry settings tab, under 'Create track map'. 1) Always - this will create a new track map every time you do a fastest lap in a session. 2) If Blank - this will create a new track map every time you do a fastest lap in a session if the track map did not already exist when you started the session. 3) Never - this turns off the track map creation. Note iRacing does not provide the necessary data for live track map creation. A Track license or higher is required for live track map creation.

    * Custom traces now have an option called 'Convert Units'. This is on by default. This option converts the units of the default data channels to what would be used to display them in a default trace. For example, the brake data channel has values of 0.0-1.0, but in the default brake trace it is displayed as 0-100%. With the convert units option turned on, the brake data channel will appear as 0-100% in your custom trace. With the option turned off it will appear as 0.0-1.0 in your custom trace. The convert units option can be set specifically for each custom trace. This option has no effect on any math or custom channels displayed within your custom trace.

    * The Open Lap dialog now displays the starting fuel amounts for each of the laps on the server. This amount is displayed in the locally selected units (either liters or gallons). This should make it easier to select a lap that is closest to your own lap in fuel load.

    * You can now optionally upload your setups for various sims. These setups will be available to download in the Analyzer and on our website in the future. For every download your setup receives you will be paid. This amount is currently set at $2.00 per download. A window will be displayed after you open one of your laps asking if you would like to upload the setup associated with that lap. To do so, first specify if it is a race or qualifying setup, then click the 'Select Setup' button to find the setup to upload. The Analyzer will attempt to open the correct folder for the currently selected sim and track. A message will then be displayed confirming the upload. If you do not want to be asked about uploading your setups, you can click the 'Don't show this again' option in the upload dialog. You can manually open the upload dialog by going to the File->Upload My Setup menu option.

    Download the demo today:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    Version 2021.3 of the Z1 Analyzer is now available! This one took a bit longer than usual, but is worth the wait.

    The updated Lap Data window
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    After a comprehensive overhaul the Analyzer now supports having multiple laps open simultaneously. This allows you to view a group of laps at once! This can be done in the traces, or the analysis screens.
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    The Driving Analysis screen now shows all the lines for the currently opened laps, allowing you to easily see how consistent you are at any point of the track.
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    We've also added a new 'Channel Report' feature. This displays data for all the open laps in an Excel style format. You can choose which data channels, math channels or custom channels are shown. The new Channel Report is perfect for viewing how data changes over time, with a minimum, maximum and average value shown for each lap and each selected channel.
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    And there's support for F1 2021!
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    New users can get the demo here:
    Z1 Dashboard

    Existing users can get the update here:
    Z1 Dashboard | My Dashboard

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * The Open Lap dialog now allows you to open multiple local laps at once. To open a range of laps left click on the first lap, then shift-double left click on the last lap to open. To open multiple laps that are not next to each other, left click on the first lap, then control-left click on each additional lap you want to open. Then on the final lap, control-double left click to open the selected laps. To open a single lap just double click on the desired lap. You can also still use the various keyboard shortcuts to open laps, as well as the right click popup menu to open individual laps. Note opening multiple laps at once only applies to your laps on your PC. Laps from our servers can only be downloaded one at a time.

    * Standard licenses can have up to 10 laps open at once. Track licenses can have up to 20 laps open at once. Pro licenses can have an unlimite number of laps open at once.

    * Channel Reports - This new feature is available under the Analysis menu. A Channel Report is an Excel style spreadsheet that lists all currently opened laps. You can then choose what data channels, custom channels or math channels you want to display in the columns. Each cell will display the minimum, maximum and average value of the selected data channel for the specified lap. This allows you to easily compare data across multiple laps and see how it varies over time.

    * To add a data/custom/math channel to the Channel Report simply select it from the drop down. Doing so will add a new column with the selected data. You can continue to do this, adding as many column as you need. To change the data showing in a column simply select the new data/custom/math channel from the drop down at the tp of the column.

    * To delete a column from your Channel Report double click the red 'X' to the left of the drop down at the top of the column. Note you cannot delete the 'Select Channel' column.

    * Channel Report scrolling - if necessary scrollbars will be displayed on the channel report. You can scroll with the usual mouse controls. The mouse wheel will control the horizontal scrollbar if you hold down the Control key while turning the mouse wheel.

    * To save a channel report enter a name for the report in the text field next to the Save button. This names of your eports must be unique. Click Save to save the report.

    * To load a previously saved report, simply select its name from the drop down at the top left.

    * The Lap Data window has been redesigned to display a list all the currently opened laps. You can specify which ones should be displayed in the traces by selecting the checkbox underneath the 'options' column. You can also specify which lap is considered the 'main' lap by clicking on that lap anywhere in its row. The main lap is always shown the the traces. It will also be the one shown in the Data Tiles, Histograms and Scatter Plots. To close an opened lap, double-click the red X under the 'options' column.

    * The Lap Data window can be scrolled vertically when the number of opened laps does not fit vertically within the space of the window. When the scroll option is available you will see a scrollbar appear on the right side of the Lap Data window whenthe mouse is over that window. You can scroll by using your mouse wheel or by clicking and dragging the scrollbar handle.

    * The Lap Data window will show the following information for all opened laps: lap number, lap time, driver name, car name, track name, and sim name. Note that you may need to expand the Lap Data window horizontally to see all of this information.

    * You can sort the displayed laps in the Lap Data window by clicking on the column header text. The order will alternate between low to high and high to low with each click of the header. For driver, car, track and sim, if two laps have the same value then the lap number will be used as a tie breaker when sorting.

    * The Laps->Clear Base Lap and Laps->Swap Laps menu items have been removed. In their place is one menu item: Laps->Clear All Laps. This will clear all currently loaded laps.

    * Two new menu items are under the Laps menu. Show All Laps, CTRL-ALT-S, will display all currently loaded laps. Hide All Laps, CTRL-ALT-H, will hide all currently loaded laps, with the exception of the currently selected main lap.

    * The Lap Overview analysis screen has been updated to allow for multiple laps to be displayed. The laps displayed are based on the information in the Lap Data window.

    * The Driving Line analysis screen has been updated to allow for multiple laps to be displayed. You can control which laps are displayed using the Lap Data window.

    * Various updates and improvements to the analysis screens.

    * You can now maximimze/minimize a trace by double clicking its title bar.

    * When running live telemetry with a Pro license you have the ability to compare the live telemetry to a previously recorded lap. In previous versions this lap would be the 'base' lap. However as the concept of a base lap has been deprecated, the lap that will be used for comparison is the lap that is designated as the main lap when you start live telemetry. You can change the comparison lap to any of the other loaded laps during live telemetry by clicking on the desired lap in the Lap Data window.

    * Codemasters F1 2021 is now supported.

    Download the demo today:
    Z1 Dashboard
     

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