The biggest problem I’ve had with spoke tension graphs is mixing them up when I have a handful to manage. To help I pushed an update allowing the page title to be changed — click or tap the title and edit as you wish. Titles are preserved when the graph is rendered for printing so you’re covered if you archive graphs using the print/print-to-file feature of your browser. If the printable reports don’t fit a single sheet of standard paper for your part of the world, please let me know.
Over the holidays I looked into developing a feature to publish graphs directly to Instagram. Unfortunately Instagram is a closed system and its owners ask you to develop features for demonstration prior to approval. Since they can withhold approval arbitrarily, it doesn’t feel worth the effort. Would publication to Facebook or Twitter be useful?
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