In this version:
- Sighter shots in ShotMarker are now toggleable (and hidden by default)
- X-axis spacing is now toggleable (and proportional by default)
- Added support for importing ShotMarker velocity data
- Added support for alternate ProChrono Digital Link CSV format
- Updated about tab
- Various code fixes
Download for Windows: ChronoPlotter.exe
Download for MacOS: ChronoPlotter.dmg
8 thoughts on “ChronoPlotter v2.2.0”
Will this source code also be updated on GitHub?
Also an idea: add a print button to print a target for seating depth tests. Autotrickler had a very nice one.
The source code on GitHub should be up to date, you can check out the new commits since v2.1.0 here: https://github.com/mncoppola/ChronoPlotter/commits/main
I’ve received a few other requests for a button to print graphs (which is on the to-do list). Do you mean that, or a button to print actual paper bullseye targets?
Any hope for an Android version? Thinking it would be useful for those of us using a tablet at the range…
Not in the immediate future, but I’ve received a number of requests for this and it’s on the to-do list for sure
Would there be a way to not only save the plot chart, but also a file that has all the data that one entered? It might be nice to be able to save this to a file so it could be pulled back up later. Also, is there a way to plot two or more powder tests on the same chart? Like when doing a primer test using the same powder? Great product overall thanks.
Thanks Daniel, both of those are definitely on the to-do list. There are a few challenges I’m still working out with adding both features to the program, but I’m hoping to add them in an upcoming version.
What version of MacOS do you need?
MacOS 10.12 or higher