no, I didn't notice anything wrong, at least not that I can tell. For my own mental sake though, I exported the data, and arranged everything by date, and manually added the odometer reading as well. After doing that, my average MPG went from 25.2 to 27.3. Wait, I manually added that I missed a fillup (dated 8-12-08) - would that affect the average that much?
Forums, well I guess i'm just used to everyones "cookie-cutter" forums and all the options available with them. But they won't integrate as cleanly as the current ones do I suppose. One feature I miss though is an e-mail notification of a reply.
Will there be a "search" option (I know we have the browse option already) to look for specific things, like best average mpg, cost, most fillups, FWD, RWD, manual or automatic, basically any of the car related info we have put in already?
Also, when I edited in the missed_fuelup field, I did that via Excel. When I edit a transaction via the web page, the previously entered "Miles since last fuel-up" data isn't shown - is this by design?
Also, how do I specify that I missed a receipt / fillup data? I edited both from the basic stats page and the log page - am I just not seeing it?
missed fuel-up is only available for vehicles tracking with odometer readings. It lets Fuelly know that an odometer reading was missed, and that we don't have a way to calculate the number of miles traveled. For vehicles using tripometer tracking, you'll always have the number of miles traveled on fuel-up so the missed fuel-up checkbox isn't necessary. Here's a little more info about missed fuel-ups.
as to what's wrong with what we have here now, off the shelf forum software has functions like being able to add to / edit your own posts, private messaging, threaded views and lots more stuff which make things more user friendly. I'm not complaining, just providing feedback