One thing needed since the beginning was the ability to visualize wheels with different spokes left and right. A rear wheel built with DT Revolutions on one side and DT Competitions on the other can be very balanced — a nice mix of lightness and strength. Until now you had to run the tool twice.
This requires more configuration to specify a wheel, which is always a concern. To help my spoke tension utility now remembers your last usage and uses that information for defaults. It accomplishes this by storing information in a cookie on your computer. If you disable cookies, the software will forget your configuration choices but otherwise works the same. Let me know if you encounter problems with this update or have ideas for future refinements.
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