Then I don't understand how it could be possible... Are you sure the TrackRotate item is empty? (Because it takes precedence...)
If you're using tab-separated stats (which I'd suggest), you may find all names in full Unicode in the STA.UN file, one before last item on each row it is, not the 2nd one which is LFS bytes. (Another option could be to copy the necessary Unicode characters from the LFSEI table?)
Thanks a lot!
Indeed it is some a bug, two bugs in fact. I have corrected the VRS (virtual records) file generation on the AIRW server, changes will be propagated soon. Until small Airio update unfortunately only 1st part of names with spaces will be shown, but at least the parenthesis will not be empty. And anyway, who cares about incorrect display of usernames for people that use spaces? Uhm...
Seems to me like incorrectly configured LFSW access key. If using paid service, make sure you have credit. If using free service, the key entered in Airio's CFG file must NOT be used anywhere else AND ALSO no other keys under the same account may not be used anywhere else.
Oops, sorry, this one together with button click escaped my attention.
Yup, it is a know inconsistence, Airio runs out of buttons...
No you must go to lfsworld.net, click the preferences icon, then pubstat access tab.
The you will find a Generate pubstat key option, where you must put your server ip. This number then goes in the cfg file.
After a closer look I believe these are in fact two separate problems. The first one is that !wr shows incorrect data (at least the name, but sometimes time as well) for some cars on reversed tracks. This hidden bug is now corrected.
The second thing is some impossible custom car lap times stored on AIRW. I see only one way this could happen: 1) A guy joins with FX2, the used handicaps are stored. 2) Later he joins with FXR, but there is an error in the joining routine before the handicaps are updated. 3) He's driving with FXR, but on lap finishes the old handicaps are sent along, and he's seen as using FX2.
I have now updated Airio code, added a check the joining routine was completed and handicaps updated. Only if the check succeeds data are sent to AIRW. This update will be available in Airio 2.4.7 to be released after some testing of newly implemented waved flags and temporarily closed pitlane for joining (see the changelog).
The question is what to do with current AIRW data. For now I guess the best course would be to simply remove the impossible times. If you can help me to identify the items, I'll be grateful. When we're pretty sure the AIRW updates work reliably, an option would be to remove all the custom car lap times and start gathering new, clean data.
Indeed the !wr command was not working quite correctly with lower/uppercase track characters (uppercase would give you correct results). The bug is corrected now (I think), ready for update in 2.4.7. Crady, I do not see a way this little bug could be connected with track rotations. But when I'm back home I'll be happy to run tests using your configs, which is the best way to unhide problems.