RegulatedNoise is the combination of EliteOCRReader and zxctypo's EliteBrainerous OCR engine. It can OCR your prices, analyse them, show them on your phone/tablet via a webserver, and a bunch of other stuff.
User Manual (work-in-progress): https://github.com/stringandstickyta...20User%20Guide.
You can just unzip new releases over the top of old ones - the four config/settings/user data files are valid between versions. Binaries and source code at GitHub: https://github.com/stringandstickyta...Noise/releases.
* Add MRmP's editable calibration system
* Add magnifier for calibration purposes
* Remove incredibly-dumb bug that has been eating the spaces in station names... d'oh...
* Check for empty string from EDDN, and at least don't crash on general malformed data
Please feel free to log issues at GitHub.
Q: Why is your Git archive full of binaries?
A: Because time
Q: Windows SmartScreen?
A: You may need to right-click the file, go to Properties and Unblock it
Q: Crash when grabbing a screenshot?
A: OCR functions REQUIRE the Visual Studio 2012 C++ Redistributables for BOTH x86 and x64, from here => http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/downl....aspx?id=30679
Q: Crash when starting the EDDN listener?
A: The ZeroMQ component I use for EDDN listening, require the Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 C++ Runtimes. You can get them here => http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/downl....aspx?id=40784