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OCN Whatpulse Guide and FAQ
 
 
 

FAQ

 

What is Whatpulse?

 Whatpulse is a small application that can be installed on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS to track user statistics such as Key presses on the keyboard,

 Button clicks on the mouse, Amount of data downloaded & uploaded, and the amount of time the system(s) has been running since installing the application.

 

Why would i want to run Whatpulse?

Unless you really want to know your daily statistics of your peripheral and data information you probably will not have any need or desire to run the application.

However, one aspect that may intrigue you is the Team system, which can be used for simple but fun competition(s).

You can find the Official OCN Team Thread here.

 

Checking you statistics

Checking the statistics can be done within the application itself, or on the website.

 

Cheating

Cheating can occur, and at the end of the day it's impossible to stop it completely, however it's fairly easy to spot cheaters as they will be cranking out insane numbers per second, via an application to register key presses and clicks.

To combat this, Whatpulse has built in protection against these sort of methods, however they cannot guarantee 100% prevention.

 

Where do i download Whatpulse?

You can find the latest version for your system Here.

 

 

 


For those that are concerned: Whatpulse does track keys pressed, but it does not do so in any order.


Whatpulse Privacy Policy

 

 

Installation Guide And Settings

For this guide, we will be covering the installation of the Windows version of Whatpulse.  Download Whatpulse

 

 

Installing the application

Once you have completed the initial setup process, you will be greeted with this:

Next you will need an account.

 

 

 

1: Visit http://whatpulse.org/

2:

Hit "Login/Register"

3:

Hit "Click here to register!"

4:

Fill in all the needed information, and hit "Register" And wait for a email conformation.

5:

Fill in your login credentials you just registered, And hit continue.

6:

Setup a name for the current machine, and hit continue.

 

 

 

The Interface

Once the main window is closed, you will access various options from the tray icon.

Right click the icon and you will be greeted with this:

 

Open Window: Will open the main Window

Pulse!: Will send all collected stats to the website

Toggle Geek Window: Will show your current stats since last pulse

Open Settings: Opens the main window, and brings you to the settings tab

Quit WhatPulse: Exits the entire application

 

Changing the settings

Access the settings tab by context menu, or main window.

Once opened, you can use these arrows to navigate more settings.

 

Joining a team

To join or create a team, Visit http://whatpulse.org/my/#teams Here

To join the Overclock.net team, search for OCN, Under the "Join a team" Link.

 

 

 

Viewing Stats

You can view your personal stats inside the application or on the website.

 

In Application:

On Website:

"My Stats" and "My Team"

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Installation Guide



Program Installation

Once you have downloaded the correct version of Whatpulse, proceed to install it. You can get it here. In this guide, the Windows client will be used. When installation finished, run Whatpulse from the installer option, Start Menu, etc.

You will be presented with a Setup Assistant to help you configure Whatpulse and associate a Whatpulse account. If you have an account already, chose that option and continue. Assuming you don’t have an account, choose a username and password. The field asking for a Computer Name is used to differentiate computers you may be using Whatpulse on. So give it a name descriptive enough that you can tell which computer you were referring to. Later on, you can add more computers such as a work PC or laptop. You should only add computer you personally use as multiple users on a single account can cause issues. This screen also has the option to set proxy information if you need to use one.



Tray Icon and Menu

Once you have completed the account settings, the window will disappear and you will notice that a small icon that has appeared in the notification area. Right click it to see the options you are given.

The icon:
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The pop-up menu:
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Here are the different options you are presented with in the right-click menu of the tray icon:
Pulse Now – A pulse is the term for the sending of information. Whatpulse sends the statistics only when you have told it (unless we set it up automatically, keep reading). This is called a pulse and can contain a single keystroke or millions. To manually Pulse, right click the tray icon and click Pulse Now. You will see the icon turn into an arrow pointing up until the pulse has completed.

Account – Here you can see some Account details, link directly to your Online Stats, reset your token, and logoff from your account.

Preferences – Pretty clear, use this to access the program preferences.

Open Geek Window – Opens a small window that contains your stats since your last pulse and overall.

Key Frequencies – If you have told Whatpulse to keep track of your key frequencies, this will bring up a window with the data and give you the option to make an image graphically showing the usage.
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Extras – Creates Dynamic Images, often known as signature banners.
Help & Support – You can figure this out…I hope…

Exit – Exits Whatpulse. Remember that just closing an open Whatpulse preference window or geek window does not close the program. You must exit from this option.




Adjusting Preferences

Open up the Preferences window and have a look around. They are rather self-explanatory but I’ll mention a few items I find especially useful. You’ll find some extra ways to manually pulse. Adjust the settings to your liking. At the bottom of the Program Settings tab is a section called Timers. Here you can set certain parameters for Whatpulse to manually send a Pulse. This is generally a good idea to do as it isn’t uncommon for large key counts to become corrupt or for computer crashes to wipe out the keys you otherwise might have pulsed. I have mine set to pulse every 10,000 keys. You can use Whatpulse for a few days to see what options would fit best with your usage.

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In the Program Settings #2 tab, you will find a few useful toggles. You can disable the logging of key frequencies. It will tell you how many key presses you have, just not which keys were pressed. There are also options to disable any of the other ways Whatpulse can log your usage. Whatpulse is NOT a keylogger but if you feel more comfortable disabling the key portion of the program, you would do that here. You’ll find more Proxy Settings and settings for the geek window in the other tabs.

Feel free to adjust things to your liking and there you have it, you’re done with the program! You can now view your stats online and see your (probably more than you thought) usage of your mouse and keyboard. You won't see anything, remember, until you Pulse either manually or automatically at your set times.



Joining Teams

”WAIT A MINUTE!” , you yell. ”YOU SAID OCN HAD A TEAM I COULD JOIN!?!” … Can’t I join?

Of course you can! Let’s go get you signed up for the OCN Whatpulse Team. While I’ve explained the local client settings, I haven't even touched on the online portion. I’ll leave that for you to find out. To join the OCN team follow these steps:
  1. Access your account here
  2. Click the button that says Teams.
  3. Choose Join a Team.
  4. Type OCN
  5. Choose the team named OCN – Overclock.net

That’s it, you’re on! You can now click the Team Stats button on the left of the site or go straight to this link to view OCN’s team stats. Feel free to head to our [thread=797711]OCN Team thread[/thread] to talk smack (friendly banter, of course), discuss events, etc.



See next post for the Troubleshooting Guide.
Edited by IEATFISH - 5/13/11 at 10:06am
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I'm sorry, but I really do not like the idea of any keyloggers on my system, even if just for statistics. Guide is looking good though.
     
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Agreed with blitz. I'm not a super-paranoid kinda guy (no anti-virus for the past 3 years) but anything designed to log my keystrokes is out of bounds.
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Cool stuff, Ill check it out.
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Heads up, your link directly to the OCN page is broken.
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I've been using it for years and so have tons of other people. It doesn't record how much is done in order, just a tick mark for each time, if that makes sense. No worries about being paranoid, though, it's your own choice for sure.
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This does not log keys
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