ACC Fuel Calculator Desktop

ACC Fuel Calculator Desktop 2.1

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I had some time on my hands and i need to learn how WPF and MVVM works so I decided to whip together a quick fuel calculation app.

You can select a track and the car you want. Configuire the lap distance, fuel usage ect. Save the settings, and switch to a new one. Next time you go to the same track with the same car all your presets will be loaded. Easy as that.

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If anybody has any bugs, here is the Github (This is the code not tha actual program):
https://github.com/Mudkip6604/Fuel-App-ACC
Author
David Turley
File size
32.2 KB
Downloads
1,277
Views
8,127
First release
Last update
Rating
4.83 star(s) 6 ratings

Latest updates

  1. Fixed localisation bug

    There was a report that when filling in decimals into the fuel per lap it would sometimes not...
  2. Track selection added. Save track car combination. Fuel decimal issue resolved.

    I upgraded the app to support Track selection now as well. You can save each cars fuel setup per...

Latest reviews

works pretty well no more guessing how much fuel you need
Many thanks. Must have for everybody.
genial muy buen trabajo, gracias por compartirlo
saludos
Super job mate. Just a question must I intalled it on the game or what ? I test it before my race but not in same time! Is it normal used ?
David Turley
David Turley
Right now it is a manual fuel calculation app. In principal you could use it with any game, but I have placed the cars and the tracks into the game so you can save your fuel set ups per track and car. Also the cars have the max fuel linked so it changes automaticity when changing cars.
I have been looking into coupling it to the game, but I have not had the time. Also I probably would make a separate app if i were to do that.
I'm glad you are liking it and thanks for the review!
Works well, good improvements on the initial release
very useful. but the fuel per lap zone doesn't work properly. I can't put decimals there. a dot or a comma, it just doesn't put it correctly. it bypasses it
David Turley
David Turley
Bug resolved in v2.1
Works alright