Another suggestion. Put creation (and possibly use) of nukes somewhere which makes it visible on the graphs (Eg in Trains or Research). It would help to understand the reasons for the rest of the builds in some situations.
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StalinRusH United States. May 21 2010 16:12. Posts 733
On June 01 2010 01:36 spamm wrote: don't work with this map
I believe it's not the map. Blizzard changed the replay format (yet again) in patch 13 (version 0.16). Sc2gears 0.90 shows incorrect info for replays with version 0.16. The next release will handle it correctly.
On June 01 2010 14:24 figq wrote: Is there a way to see the unit training actions too? Even if it shows some actions that get canceled, or don't get executed due to obstruction, I think it is more useful to see those.
Most importantly - currently for Zerg buildings don't even get shown, because they are built through morphing from drone. That's very tt; otherwise great great software and I can't thank you enough.
Sc2gears shows all train and build actions (amongst all other actions like select, move screen etc.).
The reason you don't see them is probably because u're viewing a new replay, a version of 0.16.
Blizzard changed the replay format, Sc2gears 0.90 only handles replays with version 0.11 - 0.14.
I release Sc2gears 1.00 tomorrow which will parse and show replays with version 0.16 too.
Meanwhile try to open an "old" replay with version 0.14. You will see that everything is displayed properly (which you can see on the screenshots too).
This software is really well done, I hope the release candidate of SC2 won't have too much alteration from the now used system, so this doesn't have to be rebuild too much.
One thing I'd really like in:
when you're on the Builds/Tech Stat chart (or any chart with icons, for that matter) it would be nice that you get a tooltip if you're going over an icon, telling you what the icon means (i.e. so you can see which upgrades are what icon, when you're not too familiar with it already)
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