Released September 30, 2013

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  • Upgrade to System.Data.SQLite version 1.0.88 (database engine v3.7.17) - Hoping for speed gains and bug fixes with this internal database management piece.
  • Turned on connection pooling for SQLite. I'm not sure, but hoping it will create performance gains for using RaceTab over a network.
  • Better multi-threading progress bar
  • On stopwatch have it say Start if clock not running and Stop if it is running... not Start/Stop all the time.

New Features

  • None

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed "scrambling" bug when importing times. Thanks to Don P for providing me files and steps to reproduce this issue. That allowed me to find where it was breaking down.
  • Don't ask if you want to apply stopwatch timing session to current race, if you already did apply it!

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Comment by Don Passenger on October 2, 2013 at 10:31pm

Problem free day in our world ... and I didn't even import times first.

Comment by Jim Crowley on October 20, 2013 at 6:58pm

Please help.  I used Race Tab yesterday for a college XC meet and it went smoothly.  I was able to post results within 4 minutes of the last finisher crossing the line!  Now, I can't figure out how to post the meet to TFRRS.  I downloaded all the rosters from TFRRS but when I try to export it to them using the TFRRS button in Export it isn't posting correctly on the web site.  Luckily I can preview before it goes on their site, but nothing has worked yet. 

Comment by Don Passenger on October 21, 2013 at 8:23am

It can be done. Why don't you start a new thread so that when we figure it out others will be able to find it.

First question, when you edit an athlete does their tfrrs number show?  I have a vague recollection that they don't import correctly.


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