I am a computer programmer myself and I have worked with both ColdFusion and PHP. I can understand why you'd want to switch, makes perfect sense. However, this little issue is not a major item. It's something any programmer worth his salt could fix in a day, probably less. Also, this is really more like a design flaw than a feature, something you'd want to fix quick. Nobody's going to regret getting more data. The whole point of your website is to provide the users with more data.
Plus, you've got to consider that a lot of people don't fill their tanks all the way up very often. Back when I was young and didn't have a lot of money I'd only fill my tank all the way up occasionally. I'd almost never do it twice in a row, so your website would have been useless to me. Think of this as a way to expand your market.
Come on, make the fix. You'll be glad you did and so will your users.
Am I the only one holding my breath that this will get fixed soon? Turning purple here!
With the price of fuel and the fact that my 4x4 takes 80l, I do partial fuel-ups most of the time, only on long trips will I fill the tank. I have not had a proper calculation in months.... stats and graphs becoming useless.
I have mentioned this in the past. It seems common practice in the states to fill up every time for most people. And yet I can't think of anyone who fills their tank here at all, it's an expensive thing to do.
I've made a change to show the MPG of a full fuelup following one or more partials. It may take a few hours for your car to be updated as all cars are currently being processed. You can note such a fuelup with the small circled i icon following the MPG. In the meanwhile, you can force the update by just editing and submitting one of your existing fuelups, or by adding a new fuelup.