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pb 01-21-2011 12:07 AM

ok, it should accept a capital A-Z now.

zbret 02-02-2011 04:26 AM

Awesome job on that! I updated the letters on all my vehicles. However, I think you need some kind of reminder note on the site to tell people of this update. I didn't see the change until I went to edit my vehicle text and then spotted it.

Also, I looked over the help on SMS article, to see if it works as I suggested, but found it was not updated, so you may want to update that article too so others know of your enhancements :)

I'm glad you liked the suggestion.

Thanks again for the great improvements!

zbret 02-02-2011 04:33 AM

Oh and it looks like I made a tiny mistake in my description, I omitted [distance]. I'm sure you got it right though...

I had:

[Vehicle letter optional] [cost] [volume] [p optional] [notes optional]?

But it should be:

[Vehicle letter optional] [distance] [cost] [volume] [p optional] [notes optional]

That is what you implemented right? So:

c 200 3.00 10.0 p half-full

would mean, partially filled vehicle c, with odo reading of 200 mi (or if that vehicle is set for trip odo, then at 200 miles used), $3.00 a gallon (or liter, etc), 10.0 gal (or liters), comment "half-full".

Do I have it right?

pb 02-02-2011 05:47 AM

Which help were you looking at zbret? The FAQ entry here is up to date.

pb 02-02-2011 05:49 AM

You have it right, but that p for partial needs to be attached the volume unit without a space. So your example text should be: c 200 3.00 10.0p half-full.

pb 02-02-2011 05:52 AM

oh, I see now that our old development blog post on SMS fuel-ups hasn't been updated. I added a link to our current FAQ entry there.

zbret 02-03-2011 12:09 AM

Thanks again!

And the fact that p for partial fill can't have a space, makes sense and answers an unasked question I had about how to parse "p" from partial vs "p" from comments. You can tell the difference because the comments has a space before it. Sorry, my geek side getting out :)

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