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RC Flyers Toolkit Box

RC Flyers Toolkit Box is a handy toolbox for R/C pilots. It helps you manage batteries, flights, charge cycles, and check lists. It helps you keep track of which of your batteries are charged, where and when you have been flying last, how much went in your battery compared to the last cycle, what you have to pack to take with you, and which parts you have to check before flying. For rotary wing users, there is a pinion calculator that quickly gives you an idea about the RPM to be expected.

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Ankh-Morpork release (1.0) is here 10 Oct 2011 19:59

I am proud to announce the availability of the Ankh-Morpork release (1.0) of the RC Flyers Toolkit Box as of today. Versions available include: - Windows (XP, 2000, 7) - Linux (x86 and 64bit) - Maemo (primarily Nokia N900) - MeeeGo Harmattan (Nokia N9) Mac OSX is in preparation as well as Android is. For the latter testers are still welcome to speed up progress. If a Symbian version is desired, feel free to drop a note here. Documentation is almost complete and can be found in the Wiki. Feel free to add comments, feedback, wishes, etc. using one of the links in the toolbar above. New versions are under development so feel free to take a look at the ticket tracker what is cooking and leave your personal whishes. Have fun with it. May it be useful.

Recent releases

  •  10 Oct 2011 19:57

    Release Notes: This is the first stable release. Compared to the beta and RC1 versions, the following changes have been applied. The navigation bar has been moved to the top. Flights and charge cycles are now filtered by battery. A show all check box to override filters has been introduced. There are various bugfixes, and complete translations for German and English. Tool tips are now complete.

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