|Posted by Todd Weiss at 07:03 PM on Nov 17, 2012||Post #16|
iRacing hosts use the "Output CSV" function on the iRacing website, and that's the file provided to us for import into Race2Play. I'm looking at the CSV file for the Corvette Challenge race you mention, and, indeed, the times are given only to the tenth. Are you saying that when you export results from iRacing the file you get has times to the thousandths? If so, tell me more.
|Posted by David Toro at 08:01 PM on Nov 17, 2012||Post #17|
I'll be more than happy to tell you what I know but keep in mind I'm not a guru at this stuff.
1) I saved the csv export "eventresult_6883181" to my hard drive.
2) I opened Excel with a blank workbook.
3) I used the data tab to import external data by browsing to "eventresult_6883181"
4) Step one of the import wizard I select "Delimited" and start import at row 4.
5) Step two of the import wizard I select "Comma" as my delimiter.
6) Step three of the wizard I use the "Column data format" tool to format the "Average Lap Time" and the "Fastest Lap Time" Columns to "Text" and click "finsh"
I hope this helps....
|Posted by Todd Weiss at 10:55 AM on Nov 18, 2012||Post #18|
If you look at your eventresult_6883181.csv file, I suspect you'll see the times data you mentioned are indeed only to the tenth?
|Posted by David Toro at 04:00 PM on Nov 18, 2012||Post #19|
|Posted by Todd Weiss at 04:33 PM on Nov 18, 2012||Post #20|
Sending you a PM ...