GoldenCheetah v3.0 released today

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

claus wrote:"not working" isn't a very useful problem description. If you can provide some details, please do so on the GC list
(BTW: it is "working" for me... but maybe I just don't use it in the way you do?)

In context, I think it's quite descriptive.

However I'll lay it out for you:

- click on ride in question (it was an ergo session, so no km's just time and power)
- find intervals...
- peak power
- custom
- by time
- enter '20 minutes'
- click 'create interval'

and...it's "not working". Gives me nothing.


Also not aware of what the 'GC list' is...

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by claus

The "GC list" is the Golden Cheetah mailing list: golden-cheetah-users at googlegroups.com
or http://groups.google.com/group/golden-cheetah-users

You should send this problem description there and make your example ride file available so others can try to reproduce it -- I don't have a ride file without km to reproduce this and with km GC provides the requested data.

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Rick
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by Rick

"Fix Power Spikes"
It does nothing to my data no matter what parameters I put in.

?

But I wonder if I am supposed to select some data range first or something ?

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by eric

Tinea Pedis wrote:However I'll lay it out for you:


[etc]

I just tried find intervals and it works for me on Linux.

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by Tinea Pedis

I should have added that it only seems to be an issue with ergo sessions. Not ones where there are km's as well.

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by boysa

Definitely an issue for the GC board. They want the feedback, and hopefully can sort it out for you.
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