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December 18, 2007, at 09:58 PM by Ed -
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Codes.txt

For those of you using the Codes OBD-II scanner, here is the default codes.txt file containing descriptions of all the standard OBD-II codes.

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Track Beacon Files

Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files in the Track Beacon Files section with others so they can hit the ground running.

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Track Beacon Files

Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files in the Track Beacon Files section with others so they can hit the ground running.

December 12, 2006, at 12:09 PM by 350Z -
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Track Beacon Files

Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files in the Track Beacon Files section with others so they can hit the ground running.

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Track Beacon Files

Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files in the Track Beacon Files section with others so they can hit the ground running.

December 12, 2006, at 12:08 PM by 350Z -
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Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files with others so they can hit the ground running.

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Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files in the Track Beacon Files section with others so they can hit the ground running.

December 12, 2006, at 11:48 AM by 350Z -
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Track Beacon Files

Why wait until you've put in a few laps to get the track beacons set up? Share your track beacon files with others so they can hit the ground running.

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 [[Xavier "XMan" Jackson]]\\
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 [[Xavier Jackson]]\\
May 29, 2006, at 01:15 AM by Ed -
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Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click Edit in the upper right corner of the page. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

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Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click Edit in the upper right corner of the page. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

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May 29, 2006, at 01:13 AM by Ed -
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Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click "Edit" in the upper right corner of the page. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

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Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click Edit in the upper right corner of the page. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

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May 29, 2006, at 01:10 AM by Ed -
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Now, click "Attach" in the upper right corner. There is a five-step process listed on this page. Browse your computer to find the file you want to attach. This can be a timeslip graphic, a .MQD data file, an MPEG movie, an Excel spreadsheet, a picture of your car, whatever. Click the "Upload" button once you have selected the correct file.

For pictures and timeslips, you will probably want to show the file inline with your text. So at this point (step 5) you would click the "Edit the ... page" option. You then need to write "Attach:<filename>" into the page, where <filename> is the name of the file, and then finally save the page.

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May 29, 2006, at 12:28 AM by Ed -
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Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click "Edit" in the upper right corner. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

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Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click "Edit" in the upper right corner of the page. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

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Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your data, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Then click the "Attach" button in the upper right corner. Browse your computer to find the file you want to attach. This can be a timeslip graphic, a .MQD data file, an MPEG movie, an Excel spreadsheet, a picture of your car, whatever. When you are done, click "Save". This will attach the file to the page. You can see it in the list of attachments at the bottom of the page. If you actually want to show the file inline with your text, you need to write "Attach:<filename>" into the page, where <filename> is the name of the file.

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Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your data, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Click the "Save and Edit" button at the bottom.

Now, click "Attach" in the upper right corner. There is a five-step process listed on this page. Browse your computer to find the file you want to attach. This can be a timeslip graphic, a .MQD data file, an MPEG movie, an Excel spreadsheet, a picture of your car, whatever. Click the "Upload" button once you have selected the correct file.

For pictures and timeslips, you will probably want to show the file inline with your text. So at this point (step 5) you would click the "Edit the ... page" option. You then need to write "Attach:<filename>" into the page, where <filename> is the name of the file, and then finally save the page.

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May 29, 2006, at 12:12 AM by Ed -
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Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your data, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Then click the "Attach" button in the upper right corner. Browse your computer to find the file you want to attach. This can be a timeslip graphic, a .MQD data file, an MPEG movie, an Excel spreadsheet, a picture of your car, whatever. When you are done, click "Save". This will attach the file to the page. You can see it in the list of attachments at the bottom of the page. If you actually want to show the file inline with your text, you need to write "Attach:<filename> Δ" into the page, where <filename> is the name of the file.

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Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your data, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Then click the "Attach" button in the upper right corner. Browse your computer to find the file you want to attach. This can be a timeslip graphic, a .MQD data file, an MPEG movie, an Excel spreadsheet, a picture of your car, whatever. When you are done, click "Save". This will attach the file to the page. You can see it in the list of attachments at the bottom of the page. If you actually want to show the file inline with your text, you need to write "Attach:<filename>" into the page, where <filename> is the name of the file.

May 29, 2006, at 12:11 AM by Ed -
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Welcome to the MaxQData User Community Wiki site!

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Welcome to the MaxQData User Community Wiki site!

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In the Racer Index, there's a list of hardcore racers just like you who've put up their timeslips for bragging rights. Add your name and start uploading your timeslips - color commentary welcome!

How to add your own results:

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In the Racer Index, there's a list of hardcore racers just like you who've put up their timeslips for bragging rights. Add your name and start uploading your timeslips and flight recordings - color commentary welcome!

How to create your own personal page

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Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your timeslip, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Then click the "Attach" button in the upper right corner and attach your timeslip graphic. When you are done, click "Save". That's it!

To add another timeslip, or add more comments, go to your page and click "Edit" from the upper right corner of the screen.

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Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your data, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Then click the "Attach" button in the upper right corner. Browse your computer to find the file you want to attach. This can be a timeslip graphic, a .MQD data file, an MPEG movie, an Excel spreadsheet, a picture of your car, whatever. When you are done, click "Save". This will attach the file to the page. You can see it in the list of attachments at the bottom of the page. If you actually want to show the file inline with your text, you need to write "Attach:<filename> Δ" into the page, where <filename> is the name of the file.

To add more to your page, go to your page and click "Edit" from the upper right corner of the screen, then edit the page appropriate. You can even create additional pages to organize your data according to event, car, etc.

May 29, 2006, at 12:04 AM by Ed -
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The site is a "Wiki". A wiki is a site that you can edit yourself. Please feel free to edit this site, add your datafiles, etc. Please also be respectful of the additions that other users have made. Remember, anyone can edit anything on this site, so let's all play nice together!

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This is a "Wiki" site. A wiki is a site that you can edit yourself. Please feel free to edit this site, add your datafiles, reorganize things, etc. Please be respectful of the additions that other users have made. At the same time, don't be surprised if someone else has made some constructive additions to something you've created. There's nothing stopping you from editing someone else's postings, just as there's nothing stopping someone else from editing your postings. If you see a mistake, correct it! If you see something that needs to be improved, improve it! Above all, let's all play nice together! Report vandalism to Info@MaxQData.com .

Racer Index

We know you've got some interesting data - maybe you've recently tested your new nitrous kit, or you've put on R-compound tires for the first time, or you had an amazing holeshot that helped you win the final round. Show it here!

In the Racer Index, there's a list of hardcore racers just like you who've put up their timeslips for bragging rights. Add your name and start uploading your timeslips - color commentary welcome!

How to add your own results:

Click on the Racer Index link (you may want to right-click/Open in New Window so you can still see these instructions). Click "Edit" in the upper right corner. You will be asked to log in if you haven't already. You will then see a list that looks like this:

 [++Racers++]\\
[[Albert Winston]]\\
[[Chuck Ng]]\\
[[Xavier "XMan" Jackson]]\\

Add your name to the list using the same format. Be sure to put "[[" at the beginning and "]]\\" at the end. Put your name in the list in alphabetical order. Then click the "Save" button.

Next, click on your name and you'll be at an empty page that you can edit. Write something about your timeslip, such as when/where/conditions/circumstances. Then click the "Attach" button in the upper right corner and attach your timeslip graphic. When you are done, click "Save". That's it!

To add another timeslip, or add more comments, go to your page and click "Edit" from the upper right corner of the screen.

May 28, 2006, at 09:32 PM by 206.63.251.133 -
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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's documentation has been installed along with the software, and is available via the documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The basic editing page describes how to create pages in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the wiki sandbox.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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Welcome to the MaxQData User Community Wiki site!

This site is provided for users of MaxQData systems to share timeslips, datafiles, and other useful information. It is a companion to the MaxQData User Forums.

The site is a "Wiki". A wiki is a site that you can edit yourself. Please feel free to edit this site, add your datafiles, etc. Please also be respectful of the additions that other users have made. Remember, anyone can edit anything on this site, so let's all play nice together!

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