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    Sample Proceed Logs?

    Does any one have any of there proceed logs laying around that they can post up?

    If Terry does not mind, I kind of like the log viewer of the procede better then the JB4 log viewer, so I wanted to see what the procede csv files look like to compare the two and create a quick script to convert jb4 logs to work on shivs log viewer.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by aflatau Click here to enlarge
    I kind of like the log viewer of the procede better then the JB4 log viewer
    REALLY!!! I can't stand looking at the Procede log viewer. It just doesn't make any sense. The JB4 logging graph is so easy to read.

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    Check out this logging software. It's the best logviewer software I've found, it's not free but PM me and I may be able to help you out Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by aflatau Click here to enlarge
    Does any one have any of there proceed logs laying around that they can post up?

    If Terry does not mind, I kind of like the log viewer of the procede better then the JB4 log viewer, so I wanted to see what the procede csv files look like to compare the two and create a quick script to convert jb4 logs to work on shivs log viewer.
    u mad? Proceede's log viewer is the worst Click here to enlarge
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    I dont necessarily have any issues with the Procede log viewer. the scaling is a bit annoying but u can put everything on a single graph like the JB4 if you want.

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    well its more of the cursor feature that I like, when clicking on a certain point to find out exact data.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by aflatau Click here to enlarge
    well its more of the cursor feature that I like, when clicking on a certain point to find out exact data.
    well that is of course nice, maybe T can add that to the JB4 interface Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Dirty Dog Click here to enlarge
    REALLY!!! I can't stand looking at the Procede log viewer. It just doesn't make any sense. The JB4 logging graph is so easy to read.
    I would shoot myself in the head if I had to use that viewer for a large volume of customer logs. But, with interfaces, it's all about what you are used to. Click here to enlarge
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