New Version 1.21_Dungeons:Download Link: BGParser
Java 6 install guide or direct download links
Choose FFXIV Log folder (in Win7 "C:\Users\<currently logged in user>\Documents\My Games\FINAL FANTASY XIV\user\<generated number for the specific character>\log")
Target Monster is for only parsing dmg related to a specific monster (spelling must be correct).
ex: Typing "Ifrit" into the popup box will stop the parse when Ifrit is defeated helping give more accurate parse DPS.
Screen Capture Directory is the place where saved screen shots of the parser are stored and where the "Export Data To .txt" is saved.
Copy To Clipboard copy's the current names and DPS of each player and allows you a quick way to paste parse results into the FFXIV chat windows.
Export Data To .txt creates a .txt file with all the current parsed info including every players damage dealt, damage taken, healing, and detailed breakdowns for each WS. This is best for the number crunchers who want to thoroughly test specific gear/stat builds.
Show DMG Tool Tips check box is for EU users or anyone who has issues when running the parser where the main Damage done panel is glitching/lagging.
Always On Top check box forces the parser to stay visible on screen and on top of any other programs.
Clear Log check box is used for backing up your current log files to a named folder (date-time stamp + target monster) so that the parse can start clean. 99% of the time you want this box checked when you start the parser.
Pics- Main DPS tab:
Mousover Tool Tip:
If you find errors please post them, if you are lucky enough to parse someone who decided to name themselves after an NM or other such nonsense the parser will not work for you sorry.
Note: this does not read memlocs or anything against TOS it simply reads your log files after they are dumped out this makes DPS a difficult number to calculate, it reads the time stamps on the 4k log files that SE writes out, in a busy battle environment like Ifrit the logs write out very quickly so DPS is very close to perfect.
*If you are collecting data for stat/number crunching I suggest NOT using the target monster field and utilizing the handy export to .txt file button after stopping the parser when your test is done.
~Tachi Koma of BG