Quick fix release a few bugs. Check the changelog for details and download link
The new version adds some updates and compatibility with the new Journal files introduced in 2.2. Grab it today!
The new 1.3.2 version of the SSC adds some more error handling around the copying of the netlog file to a temporary file. I use the netlog file to get the current system that the CMDRs ship is in.
I have the application do this copy to avoid read/write issues with the netlog when in constant use by E:D and possiby other 3rd party apps. There have been a couple of occasions where the copy process errors and it’s not clear why so there’s more error handling in this version in case it happens again.
New version correctly grabs the system name again after changes made in E:D Horizons 2.1
As per the title, v 1.3.0 adds more soun options. You can now specify a different .wav of your choice for screenshots, HD screenshots and videos as they are captured.
Also added a minor improvement to code to stop the rick of an unending loop in logic.
Corrected the start directory for external applications when called from within the SSC.
I’ve finally got round to making promised changes to the SSC. You can now specify up to four programs to be launched by the SSC when it starts up. This could be the ED Launcher, VoiceAttack, head tracking software, website etc. You can add command line parameters for the application of your choice as well.
Please note: If you were using the checkbox in the previous version to start the ED Launcher, that option has been removed. Please add the launcher in the new setting window.
Check the changelog for the download link
SSC 1.2.7 fixes grabbing of system names when they contain brackets. Grab it from the link in the change log.
As requested the new SSC has an additional file capturing the names and locations of the captured screenshots with date take and size. Grab it from the link in the change log.
SSC 1.2.4 adds further checking for the existance of the appconfig.xml before actually trying to use it. This was partially corrected in 1.2.3 but I missed a call.