We recognize that Crash Magic can be initially daunting to some new users. But it can be a very powerful tool for analysis, so we want our users to become masters! As always, if you need any help, or would like us to create a custom report for you, please let us know. These instructions will help get you started with the basics.
Crash Magic reports have a lot of options available to customize them. A convenient way of re-using these settings is to save them as a report template. Templates like this can also be set as the default for a user or user group.
Sometimes you'll wish to combine intersections or studies to get a bigger view of an area. Or you might already have a list of case numbers you wish to do a study for.
Pd' Programming is hosting mini training sessions periodically using the GoToMeeting platform. This allows us to host up to 25 users per meeting. All meeting information and invites will be sent via email. If you plan on attending, please reply with a RSVP, or email email@example.com to RSVP to assure a spot. Meetings will start with a specific topic and followed by a Q&A session on that topic. Then the presenter can address general questions on any topic. Training sessions are subject to change or cancellation due to scheduling or attendance. In the event of any last minute changes or technical difficulties, this page will be updated with the current information.
Clicking on the print preview tab of a report in Crash Magic Online displays only a box with a red x.
Crash Magic cross tab reports may not report the same number of collisions as the study from which the report is created
When a user has been on Crash Magic for a while they may notice that the wrong report is displaying, changes that they make to a report do not display or they may receive an Unhandled error in Silverlight
Crash Magic can now access images and reports stored in a folder as of version 2.13
Changing schematics may result in a blank diagram shown