Crash Magic provides a lot of analysis tools that can be helpful to planners and engineers. However, like any software, we can't do it all. This article provides one method for sending some data from Crash Magic to another program for further analysis or reporting. Specifically, we will specify a list of fields and select them for export to a CSV, Excel or KML file.
The Crash Magic program utilizes a third-party product in order to create (print) PDF output of its reports. This article describes how to set/update the license for that product when hosting Crash Magic on your in-house server. This article does not apply to clients for whom Pd' Programming hosts Crash Magic at GovernmentTools.com.
Unlike Chrome and Edge, Firefox does not easily allow speaker selection. This can be a problem when using Firefox for video conferencing and you would like to use speakers other than the default.
When installing Crash Magic Online on an agency server (rather than using our hosted service) you may opt to configure the system for "Windows Authentication." Once configured, logins work when using Chrome or Firefox, but not using Microsoft's Edge browser.
Usually when Crash Magic is initially setup, only one or two users with logins are created. This article will give the steps for adding a new user. 1. Login to the Crash Magic Admin Side (you must have Admin rights to do this). 2. On the left side you will see your group name, […]
There are several locations where errors are logged from Crash Magic
This document describes Pd' Programming's intended development strategy and release schedule. It is intended as a guide for system administrators creating their own update and maintenance schedules.
When Crash Magic Online is first set up user may not have any streets available to select in the street selectors of a study