There isn’t one.
Sailwave generates HTML (web page format) and loads that into your web browser using the Publish menu and you can then print what you see from there.
There are other publishing options that enable you to publish to files, websites and blogs etc.
When Sailwave opens a new file, it forks a completely new instance of itself. The window menu will go red if there are two or more Sailwave instances running with the same file loaded. It’s just a warning that you have the same file loaded more than once. Continue reading
If you link to Sailwave you can use any of the logos here.
Yes. Please feel free to post your results and anything else related on the Sailwave facebook page. Continue reading
Yes. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org for the folder name you would like. Use the folder name then when publishing. Continue reading
No. From Sailwave version 2.4.1 onwards, the installation process deletes all files in the selected installation folder.
Sailwave is designed with UK English character strings. However, it facilitates the translation of these strings into other languages (or English variants) at run time by the use of locales. Continue reading
In the Edit+Competitor window the user can select from a list of classes. The content of that list is derived from rating files, as well as the classes already defined within the series. It’s worth taking some time to set up rating files so that classes can be selected from this list rather then being entered by hand. Another advantage is that when a class is selected in this way the rating field is also automatically populated. Continue reading
Available from the File menu, File+ImportRaceResults is usually used when race data has been captured with a timing device and you need to import elapsed times, positions, codes, laps and start/finish times. Continue reading
Available from the File menu, File+ImportCompetitorList allows you to import a competitor list into Sailwave from a CSV file. It has options to remove existing competitors prior to the import. Continue reading