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Thread: Stokerlog 7.0 Release

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    Hi everyone. I have been working on the 7.0 release of Stokerlog. The background for the changes starts in the middle of this page: http://tvwbb.com/eve/forums/a/...103/m/784107513/p/26

    Some of the features include:

    1. The fix for admin requirement on Windows 7. You no longer have to do that.

    2. Ability to recall previous cooks. Should you quite manually or the program existing, rebooting, etc., you can recall the previous cook and continue as if that had not happened. This is under File->Restore Previous Cook.

    3. Twitter is functional again. You have to get a PIN number that the program requires (it will walk you through it).

    4. Some bug fixes.

    5. Ability to use food probes as fire probes for Alarm purposes.

    6. Ramped temps. You can now configure stoker to trigger temp changes based on what the conditions of other probes.

    Here is the install setup: http://www.audiosciencereview.com/do...erlog69RC3.exe

    You will need to uninstall the old version manually. I think this version is stable enough to use it as your standard version. If something goes wrong, you can always install the old version.

    It would be great to get some mileage quickly on this as I like to go ahead and release it.

    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: Fixed the download link so that it points to "RC3" version. You should NOT run "RC" as that has fair number of bugs including one where stokerlog starts on every reboot. Not sure how that happened as the link name said RC3 but what it pointed to was RC.
    Last edited by Amir; 09-17-2016 at 10:23 AM. Reason: Updated download link

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    Having issues with automatic lid open detection. Unfortunatly it does work once in awhile.using on Windows xp with the lates stoker and stoker log software. Had the same with 6.9
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    Used this version yesterday. All basic functionality wotk just fine for me.
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    I really like the restore previous cook function. It is acting strangely for me though. When I hit restore it re-graphs back to the beginning of time, which happens to be 15 hours ago for me. It seems to be remembering multiple sessions prior to just the previous session. Is there a way I can fix this by deleting some log files or something?

    Thanks for putting in so much time for us lately...

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    I discovered that it is possible to select just the portion of the restored graph that I am interested in, so it's not such a big problem now.

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    The program is also crashing quite often on me, seeming to be associated with a loss of wifi connectivity between the stoker and the router, but not always. It happens about every hour. I have win 7 Home Premium, and have tried running as an administrator, under xp compatibility, and running the program normally. I'm also running .net 4.0.

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    Originally posted by Doug Morford:
    I really like the restore previous cook function. It is acting strangely for me though. When I hit restore it re-graphs back to the beginning of time, which happens to be 15 hours ago for me. It seems to be remembering multiple sessions prior to just the previous session. Is there a way I can fix this by deleting some log files or something?

    Thanks for putting in so much time for us lately...
    My pleasure. The program automatically deletes logs that are more than 2 days old. If you have cooked more often in the last 2 days you will see the problem you mentioned.

    There is a manual fix for that and it involves renaming the trace file. I will do document this later.

    For now, if there is a better method than going by the log from 2 days back, let me know.

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    Originally posted by Doug Morford:
    The program is also crashing quite often on me, often seeming to be associated with a loss of wifi connectivity between the stoker and the router, but not always. It happens about every hour. I have win 7 Home Premium, and have tried running as an administrator, under xp compatibility, and running the program normally. I'm also running .net 4.0.
    Can you provide the text of the crash?

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    Originally posted by Jim Bloomfield:
    Having issues with automatic lid open detection. Unfortunatly it does work once in awhile.using on Windows xp with the lates stoker and stoker log software. Had the same with 6.9
    Lid open has never worked all that well. I can try to make it better but there is a new scheme that everyone uses which obviates the need for that.

    Simply go to the stoker and turn it off. Do what you need and then turn it back on. Stokerlog will keep retrying and will reconnect giving exactly what you want, i.e. fan not running while you have the lid open.

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    It doesn't provide crash text like I have seen it do with past issues. Is there a way to retrieve that text some how? The program is freezing and becomes un-responsive, I then have to kill it by control-alt-delete.

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