First of all, let me say I'm grateful this tool exists. It's a very useful piece of software. I'm *glad* to have it, and I appreciate you writing it. Part of my #1 was a feature question not a bug, and I should've broken that out separately. But it would be nice if we could at least turn the "Auto Open" benchmark feature *off*. I do not mind editing a config or XML file to do so. I understand that using this test to graph benchmark results is a niche use. I apologize for being rude -- I was frustrated because I was trying to hunt down a specific issue between two different systems and the constant x-axis popup in particular was driving me insane.#3 - Annoys me too. I'll take another look at it. I wouldn't call it a "major bug" though; that's a bit harsh.
#4 - Frame number entry is supported, but times are currently read only. Time does not permit me to install, debug and support an international-aware text-to-time input parser.
#1, #2 - The default benchmark folder pops up for one important reason - to keep me having to answer a flood of support requests like "where is my benchmark folder?" It fulfills that function beautifully. You are in the 0.1% of users who do not use the default benchmark folder.
A checkbox or button might work for the "Open benchmark folder." Even if you auto-check it by default. I don't mind turning it off manually if there's a way to do that.I appreciate your publicizing it, and thanks for understanding. I actually *do* want to hear about your minor annoyances; it helps motivate me to improve the program.
>But it would be nice if we could at least turn the "Auto Open" benchmark feature *off*. I do not mind editing a config or XML file to do so
OK I think I can do that
Wait, you know what, maybe people are smart enough to explore the toolbar and click the first button on the left all by themselves. Next version, I'll just kill the popup and see what happens.
I really want to do something about #3, but I'm not sure what, yet. Maybe get rid of the poorly-implemented mouse gestures and add old-fashioned toolbar buttons to show/hide the X and Y limit dialogs.
Frame, Time (ms) 1, 0.000 2, 18.954 3, 44.925 (...)