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    Why does the third gauge have two needles?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
      Why does the third gauge have two needles?
      I don't see two needles. You must have bad eyes. Or its just a video artifact .
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      • #4
        I see two needles also. Max speed?
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        • #5
          okay, i see it now (after really close examination j/k). The third gauge is actually throttle, and has only one needle in real life. For some reason, my video capture software didn't capture it correctly and 2 needles show up.
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          • #6
            Coo! Is that with the Random generator, or are the dials always that jerky?

            Also, try increasing samplerate [eg, to 2 or 3] from the command-line [--samplerate 2] or from the config file [echo "samplerate=2" | sudo tee -a /etc/obdgpslogger]

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            • #7
              Originally posted by chunkyks View Post
              Coo! Is that with the Random generator, or are the dials always that jerky?

              Also, try increasing samplerate [eg, to 2 or 3] from the command-line [--samplerate 2] or from the config file [echo "samplerate=2" | sudo tee -a /etc/obdgpslogger]

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              Yes, that was with the random generator (default obdsim -o)
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              • #8
                Yes, that was with the random generator (default obdsim -o)
                It's not the default [yet - please test, and I'll probably make it the default in future], but in svn there's now a "Cycle" generator. Sure, the numbers are still patently unrealistic, but at least now they look better.

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