Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Version is now available for download. It's got a series of small fixes and updates in it.

It turns out that you could resize the window to be too small. The next time you restarted, it would cause an error. (Thanks for the heads up, Ray!) It nudges window sizes back to something usable automatically now instead of causing an error. You can also turn off the bandwidth tests in case the routers in your path think the larger pings are a Denial of Service attack. Third, all ping data from the previous version is copied over to the new version so you don't start over on your graphs.

Each fix is a small thing that wouldn't be a big deal to most people, but I like to get the improvements out where people can make use of them. Let me know how you like it, and go here to purchase a full license after you've had a chance to evaluate it.

Friday, September 17, 2010

PingGraph version

With the help of a PingGraph user, I was able to track down a startup problem which happened on some systems. This update should behave much better for those users. Thanks, Rick! I have also changed the default time scale to be about a minute instead of the maximum year-long scale.