Composite logger - Display tooth number above teeth.

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Composite logger - Display tooth number above teeth.

Postby Reverant » Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:00 pm

Fairly simple concept.

I'm looking at a composite log of a 60-2 wheel.There's either an extra tooth or it's missing an additional tooth somewhere. I usually count the number of teeth manually between the two missing tooth gaps, twice, to make sure I get the number right.

It would be great if I could click on any of the teeth in the log, and TS would put numbers on every tooth until the end of the page or the display (both are acceptable), starting with the tooth I clicked. It doesn't need to recongnize the gaps as patterns (so say, it doesn't need to recognize it's a 60-2 wheel; just put a number above every tooth it sees and let me worry about recognizing where the missing teeth are).

Say, something like this (picture from my scope):

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Re: Composite logger - Display tooth number above teeth.

Postby jsmcortina » Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:03 pm

I was discussing a similar idea with Andy Whittle a few months ago.

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Re: Composite logger - Display tooth number above teeth.

Postby LT401Vette » Mon Jan 29, 2018 7:39 am

Seems helpful.
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