Campaign Watcher v0.65
After running the setup program, you will be able to run Campaign Watcher from the start menu.
The user interface of Campaign Watcher is organized into the following tabs:
When you start Campaign Watcher for the first time, you should set some default paths. You can define up to five folders where Campaign Watcher will look for new saves. Additionaly, you can set one folder where information in CSV format can be exported to.
To set the paths:
From now on, you can change to these folders directly by clicking on them. The path to the selected folder is shown below the list of folders.
Note: An invalid path is shown in red.
Creating a record
Click onYou will be prompted for a filename and a title for the record. The filename appears in the listbox to the left and becomes the current record. The filename and the title are displayed at the top of the window. This title will also be the header for all printouts.
To change the title later, doubleclick the titlebar at the top of the window.
The listbox to the right on the Records tab will show saves of which snapshots have already been taken and added to the current record grayed out.
You need to add at least one snapshot to be able to use the Roster tab and at least two to be able to use the Graphs tab.
Note: As far as I know, saving is handled automatically for Mega Campaigns. So to take a snapshot at the start of a battle you probably have to exit the game, take the snapshot and return.
The roster tab
displays information on all units in a snapshot. In the box to the right you
see a list of snapshots sorted by date/turn. The format of the dates is MM/DD/YY, HH (Turn).
The buttons and 1st toggle between different display modes:
The meanings of the colors used are: good, neutral, bad. An asterisk denotes a bailed crew.
Note: To sort the table by different columns, click on the table headers.
Exporting the roster
Above the snapshot list are two buttons, which both will export the roster in CSV format (the tabulator character will be the delimiter).
Printing the roster
Click on thebutton to configure your printer. See also tab . Click on to send the currently displayed snapshot to the printer.
Tab: Element history
This tab works like the Roster tab, but instead of comparing two snapshots for all elements it compares all snapshot for a single element.
The Report tells you at a glance which units are the most experienced, have the most kills etc. You could gather the same data by looking at the Roster, but using the Report should be more convenient.
Click on the Graphs tab for a number of graphs that visualize the development of your forces over the timeframe covered by all snapshots.
If you select, multiple turns for a given date (i.e. a single battle) will be spread out along the x-axis. Otherwise the first and last turn (if available) for a single date are displayed. In neither case will the graphs show values for more than one snapshot from the same date and turn.
Thegraph is not affected by the button.
You can select a unit class from the second dropdown box to filter the graphs by unit class. The filter is ignored by theand graphs.
Printing the graphs
Click on thebutton to configure your printer. See also tab Options. Click on to send the currently displayed graph to the printer.
Here you can set window behaviour and printing options. Changes will come in effect once you hit.
You can choose from
Note that custom mode acts differently from the other options. If custom is selected, pressing apply will cause the program to remember its current position and size. In all other modes, hitting apply changes the window size to the selected value.
Known issues & limitations
The homepage for Campaignwatcher is campaignwatcher.go.dyndns.org. You can always get the newest version there.
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