I merely meant you use less fuel at idle than you do rolling. Under no load the engine should be more efficient at using fuel.
I did a little check today on a long drive. On my way back I decided to copy over the dll from v1.4.1 rather than the test ones, and found that it didn't fix the distance calculations for me. I'm gonna look at it a bit more to make sure I didn't mess anything else up, but it may not be a plugin issue for that. I'm using March RR - might try to go backwards if I've still got a copy of lets say Dec RR.
- with the latest dll you posted here that didn't make a difference for me with distances. Not sure if the fix was only for gps or not.
My car: 2009 MAZDA CX-9 3.7L V6 runnin on LPG (Liquid Petrol Gas)
Hardware: None at the moment
Software: None at the moment
See: Velleman K8055 Plugin for Road Runner
Progress: [XXXXXXXXXX] 0 % DONE
Nice plugin! Anyone get this error message?
Run-time error '5':
invalid procedure call or argument
I can't seem to get it up and running mine is set up on com 5, runs fine on vitalscan software that it came with.
My guess is you're European, try changing your regional settings to US.
I wish I had a quick fix for you, but unfortunately I've been a little removed from this project for a while. It needs a good overview of the connections and calls to the OBD interface and some error handling built-in. I started working on that a while ago, but ended up getting sidetracked by other things.
I've cleared the password requirement for the test builds so anyone can give them a shot. They may fix your problem.