Frankie - B wrote:I think that pressing the submit button for getting the apropriat listing and then after selecting the apropriat listing, pressing submit for another time is too much. Isn't there another way? ie when hitting the radio button the listing appears.
Added. You have to check the "Instant submit" box first, then it works.
I'm not sure if I should make it default, because someone who is new to it might get confused (submitting is not the usual action for a radio button).
Or you select the radio button and in the next second you realize that you wanted to select another item.
Any opinions on how it should be handled?
Frankie - B wrote:A small thing is that the 2nd opt for tires doesnt work.
It does work: after you've selected the first entry, another radio button for the second entry appears in the build list.
I know it's not very logic, but I haven't found a better solution yet.
Frankie - B wrote:Another thing is that people are posting their bikes in the forum, because of the fact that it simply takes to long for them to get it in the articles. And sorry for you, no offence, but can't you work on that in stead of the configurator.
I'll soon start again to clear up the backlog on submissions I received by email. I promise!
Frankie - B wrote:Or do you want us to post the bikes with a configurator build components list. So it is easier for you to put it together?
Actually I prefer "hand-made" submissions by email, because the result is more genuine.
I hesitate allowing people to click their bike together by using the component weights found in the database. There's too much possible variance then between the real overall weight and the one based on claimed/real weights found here on Weight Weenies.
It should be ensured that all (or at least most) weights of the submitted bikes are weighed by the submitter himself (or herself
I already get many submissions by email, which rely completely on weights found here. If the people don't own a digital scale or didn't weigh them before assembling their bike, I usually beg them that they weigh at least the complete bike on a scale.