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Old 12-13-2017, 11:36 AM
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Re: A possible way out of Axware? First thoughts on MJtiming

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Really appreciate all the work you’re putting into this, Keith!
Agreed!

Can't wait to help with some of the testing for next season.
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Old 12-13-2017, 06:34 PM
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Re: A possible way out of Axware? First thoughts on MJtiming

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Can't wait to help with some of the testing for next season.
On that note, I should get the timing gear from either Travis or Bruce and get the timing gear kit cleaned up. Looks like I'm going to be very busy next year and should get as much done as possible now. I'll get them.

... Still, I'll block off enough time so I can still run and time the next season, no worries.
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Re: A possible way out of Axware? First thoughts on MJtiming

Major feature addition: 2 groups (Group and XGroup) to allow people to race in 2 groups at once (e.g. Ladies and Open).

http://forums.sascsolo.com/index.php...;topicseen#new

Please go read that forum entry, as it has instructions for installation and use, including appropriate MSREG questions and exports.

My apologies here, but this release has been tested less than most, and I would very much like your feedback and help with deeper testing. I haven't changed any of the core timing code, so MJTiming won't suddenly start crashing, but a bit of testing on your part before going live is advised. I wanted to get this out early, so clubs could make use of the feature for their first event.
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Re: A possible way out of Axware? First thoughts on MJtiming

Another major upgrade: http://forums.sascsolo.com/index.php?topic=57.msg8478
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Re: A possible way out of Axware? First thoughts on MJtiming

So I used the software during the TLMC test and tune.

Nice job on the software! Easy to pick up and go. Enough freedom to fix things on the go. Pretty intuitive too. Very impressed.

Thanks for your efforts Murray!
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Re: A possible way out of Axware? First thoughts on MJtiming

Thank you, and I am glad you like it.
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