OK I finally got it running. :D/
I had to do it slightly different on my Windows XP box from what's listed above. So for all us windows users who don't write java code, or use git very often, here is the EASY way I got it running...
<b>1.</b> Go download the latest CBT to Wireshark code in zip format at https://github.com/CANBus-Triple/CANBus-Triple-Wireshark
<b>2.</b> Unzip the files anywhere you like. Will create the folder <i>CANBus-Triple-Wireshark-master</i> which contains the .js files.
<b>3.</b> Create a easy to find directory/folder, I used C:\WSCBT
<b>4.</b> Copy or move all the files from <i>CANBus-Triple-Wireshark-master</i> to <i>WSCBT</i> folder.
<b>5.</b> Open the <u>Node.js Command Prompt </u> window.
<b>6.</b> Type <b>CD C:\WSCBT</b> and now you should be at <i>C:\WSCBT></i>
<b>7.</b> Now type <b>npm install</b> which should give you.
npm WARN package.json firstname.lastname@example.org No repository field.
npm WARN package.json email@example.com No repository field.
<b>8.</b> Now type <b>node index COM2</b> replacing COM2 with what ever COM port your CBT is currently connected. This should return
<i>C:\WSCBT>node index COM2
Socket bound: \?\pipe\cbtbus1
Logging enabled on all three busses</i>
<b>9.</b> Now open WireShark and setup as listed
Click Manage Interfaces
Select the Pipes Tab
Enter<b> \?\pipe\cbtbus1</b> where it says Pipe
Click Save, then Close
Uncheck all the interface buttons at top, except for the one with \?\pipe\cbtbus1
If everything is working correct, Wireshark should now be GREEN and start logging all data. If not, it will give you an error message. Also back in the Node.js Command Prompt window, the last line should be <i>client connected</i>
You may not need to do the <b>npm install</b> command, but in my case, just typing <b>node index COM2</b> wasn't working, and this way finally did... After doing it that way once, I've been able skip that npm install part and it opens fine.. Who knows...
Hope that helps speed it up for everyone else.