“Swing Training” has been added to the main menu. Practice swings without hitting the ball.
Added multi language support. Languages are:
Added a new language selection dialog that displays on startup if a language has not been selected.
New summary and detailed reports for publishing
A custom report logo can be set through F10 -> Publishing -> Advanced -> Custom Report Logo…Supported file formats: jpg, bmp, png and emf.
Screen publishing now has screen thumbnails that can be selected/deselected for publishing.
New “Slow Swing Speed Mode” for players with low swing speeds. F10 -> Sensor -> Slow Swing Speed Mode. This setting goes back to disabled when the software is restarted.
Ellipses are now used for the shot groupings. Circles can still be used. Set it in F10 -> Display -> Grouping
The distance that the FlightScope sensor is from the tee can now be detected by using a FlightScope X2’s built-in camera. Click on the target line camera icon at the top right and then on “Tee Distance”
New “Ball Compensation” feature for outdoor mode. Click on the ball icon top right to toggle between range balls and normal balls. Shots hit with “Range Balls” selected will then simulate what the ball trajectory would have looked like if a normal ball was used.
This version is compatible with Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro. Windows RT is not supported.
The “rated by” option used on the session results screen is saved in the session xml file.
Updated the driver optimizer and ball fitting reports.
Activation has new separate fields for the address.
The display language can also be set from the activation dialog.
FlightScope v7 needs to be activated even if FlightScope v6 was activated.
A new 10 day trial is available for FlightScope v7.
Renamed shot file names to Shot 001, Shot 002, etc. for easier processing when raw data is downloaded.
Added a dialog asking if you would like to exit the application. Then exit with only one click.
Added a "+" for positive Angle of Attack. e.g. +5.4 degrees.
The “Battery is low” warning message can be disabled in the ini settings file.
An updated FlightScope Media Player is included that has error logging.
Shot playback for indoor mode now also works if the video recording is enabled.
Added “AVR Firmware Version” to the System Info dialog and also renamed “Firmware Version” to “DSP Firmware Version”.
All balloon messages are now also saved in the log file.
The camera target line selection has been renamed to “Boresight Camera View”. The user cannot click on the target anymore. The sensor now has to be rotated.
Latest firmware v5.43 (Kudu, Prime, X1), v7.04 (X2) and v8.04 (X2.1) is included.
FlightScope Firmware Writer v4.0.1 is included.
FlightScope Troubleshooter v1.6 is included.
New application theme.
New application icon.
Smash values are now allowed to display less than 1.0.
A phone number of 9 or more digits are now accepted on the player info screen.
Added X2.2 Support
Updated Japanese translation
Publish to email that did not send Unicode characters correctly in the email.
The correct method to add a firewall exception on Windows Vista and Windows 7 is now used.
An exception error displayed if you clicked on "Play" and then quickly on "Club Comparison" on the main menu.
The low battery warning for FlightScope Prime sometimes displayed even if the battery level was higher than 10%.
Clicking twice on the driver optimizer button could cause an exception error.
An exception error displayed sometimes when Sensor Production Strings was not defined.
Disabling "Check for updates" setting is now saved when changing it in the F10 menu.
Screen changed from shot plot to group entry when the sensor was disconnected. When the sensor was connected again the screen changed to the main menu.
New player data is not lost anymore if an application crash occurs.
“Screen Map” screen to display correctly at the top right.
Boresight camera bug - clicking on parts of the screen before the camera image showed caused an exception.
Sensor connect problem that caused a black rectangle to display at the top right of the screen.
Downloading of firmware updates that displayed more than 100% and then failed. Update downloads are now more robust against internet connection problems.