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    Lionel A.   Tuesday 14 Sep 2021 18:17:48

    This would be a great addition to the timer feature, I voted for it !
    Along with the possibility to add planned stops it would make a perfect tool for pacing long trail runs.

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    plotaroute admin   Friday 20 May 2016 09:46:14

    Thanks for your sugestion Pierre - I've added this to the Feature Request list (number 53).


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    Pierre Chartier   Thursday 19 May 2016 13:28:38


    I agree that would be a nice feature and I voted for it.  

    In the same idea to plan long runs or rides timing more efficiently, is there a way to include stops at some points. For example if I know there is a food station at some point, I could enter a 5 minute stop at this point. 



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    plotaroute admin   Tuesday 23 Feb 2016 09:32:34

    Hi Ian - Thanks for your feedback and suggestion.  I'm glad you're finding the Route Timer useful.  I think we may try to make this feature more noticeable, as I think some people don't realise that this is on option.

    I've added your suggestion to the feature request list, where anyone can vote for it (number 45).


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    Ian Lang Monday 22 Feb 2016 13:24:02

    Hi John

    Really like the Route Timer feature, I'm plotting out a 50 mile run at the moment, and timings at various points are very helpful to my crew, so hopefully we can both be at the same point at the same time!

    However, I think that having a standard baseline pace is slightly limiting - I know that my pace will decrease significantly over the course of the event (irrespective of altitude changes).

    Would it be possible to raise a fewture request to have an 'initial' and 'final' pace setting, such that the base pace decreases linearly over distance, while still incorporating the elevation amendments?

    Thanks for considering this, and thanks again for a wonderful piece of software!



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