Is TBT broken, or is it just me it is not working for? Tried firefox and chrome, but whichever course I select it just says "loading long" and never loads anything.
No it doesn't appear to be working lately. I uploaded the map and courses to Livelox for the Murray Valley event. Upload your route to Eventor as normal (or straight to Livelox) then click the red circular arrow next to the results icon.
It'll show you head-to-head or interval starts with others on your course (or you can merge all courses) and even leg-by-leg comparison. Just play around with the options once you're in the program. Start time is a bit whack for Murray Valley though and it has everyone starting about 1-2 minutes after they actually did.
Yes eventor has changed a whole heap of stuff so Juff's is waiting until its stable and he has some capacity to fix it up again.
When I go to Livelox for the Murray event I get a stack dump?
task was canceled.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Threading.Tasks.TaskCanceledException: A task was canceled.
An unhandled exception was generated during the execution of the current web request. Information regarding the origin and location of the exception can be identified using the exception stack trace below.
Did you crash your bike during the event?
It seems no programs are perfect! Livelox was fine for me this morning but all afternoon it's been giving me that message too and not just for Murray Valley. I tried to upload the updated map and thought maybe it was just administration access issues (I've had them before) but I cannot view the program now either.
Sounds like I may have to stick with google earth for a while then.
Seems to be working again.
TBT also working again for Turner Hill MTBO
Routes working for Little Frazzle, but no map.
Thanks, map looks good.
A bit baffled as to why it shows control locations not on my track, since mine seems to be the only H2 track uploaded, but it works well enough.
It uses other people's tracks on other courses to locate common controls.
Ah that explains it, so I might see an improvement if I trim Patrick's track down to the correct finish time.
Start time/location is more important than finish time, since everything is calculated off the start. :)
The three H1 routes are probably the biggest factors - everyone on the H3 seems to be incapable of stopping their GPS at the right time... (bloody users, what are they good for?)