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... yes, and there will be more coming.
For now the choice is between Slot.it's oXigen RMS (no cost) and Pc Lap Counter (excellent, universal and very reasonably priced at 50 EU).
There will quite certainly be a third RMS, a new program which is becoming quickly a reference for RMS in Italy.

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QUOTE (MrFlippant @ 7 Dec 2011, 18:12) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Good news! It's nice to have options when it comes to choice in RMS.
QUOTE (Slot.it @ 8 Dec 2011, 22:21) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>... yes, and there will be more coming.
I hope to have my own freeware and open source RMS called RazManager ready by August 2012. I will myself include support for oXigen, SSD (C7042 only) and limited support for analogue tracks, but those that are interested can write their own plug-ins to support other systems. Eventually, it will have some sort of support for RC cars as well.

Back in 2008, I got tired of my endless modifications of N-Digital, and started with RC cars instead. What got me back into slots again was when I saw the first oXigen presentation slides. They had "open" written all over them, and as Maurizio also wrote that car control was an absolutely paramount part of the design, I knew that oXigen was the way for me to go forward with some RMS ideas I had. But as some people in my area are running SSD, the SSD protocol is also open, oXigen and SSD are closely related and can to some extent be mixed, I recently bought a SSD track and three Pit-Pros, and will support that as well.

Anyway, I think that because of the general open approach that Slot.it has taken with this, we will see a lot of different RMS options for oXigen in the future.
 

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Yes, it's actually ready I think, but as we are adding a few last features (see the other thread), Guy will add them as soon as we release him all the info, which will be this week.
 

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Well we hope so

Actually I don't know how the pictures quota work. I wasn't even aware of a bandwidth cap on photobucket, and when I posted the new Lola pictures, quota was quickly exceeded. I believe maybe all of my pictures are now greyed out? In any case it should be back to normal on Jan 1st.
 

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QUOTE (Slot.it @ 8 Dec 2011, 13:21) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>... yes, and there will be more coming.
For now the choice is between Slot.it's oXigen RMS (no cost) and Pc Lap Counter (excellent, universal and very reasonably priced at 50 EU).
There will quite certainly be a third RMS, a new program which is becoming quickly a reference for RMS in Italy.

Regards
Maurizio

I think i ask this question already. Does oXigen RMS has refueling or will it only be on PC Lap Counter
 

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Great program. Many options though, too many for me I think.
The one item I will comment on is the graphical fuel gauge. I wish we could completly eliminate it from the screen and I know the question does not belong here.

However I'm having a problem. I ran a car out of gas, I don't have a pit lane set up yet, so I kept re starting a new race but the car runs about of gas right after it passes the s/f line.

I first I thought it had sometthing to do with the throttle value associated with the galon unit consumption.
I recall the value being 1000 throttle position = 1 gal. What does that mean , how should this value be set.

I still think that slot.it should develop a simple fuel screen for the chrono and sell the new program for a price that makes sense for someone who does not need all the bells and whistles of pclapcounter initially. (Not to say the pclc is not .com great value)
 

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You can re position the fuel gauge if you wish but why would you as you need it during racing to ensure that you do not run out of fuel.I am still learning how to use this program and it has so many options.I would say that you will have to set up a pit lane to use this option effectively and you will be able to set up the time it takes to fuel up and plus you can adjust the pit lane speed.
 
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