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course length not calculated

Posted by Anders Kinting 
course length not calculated
September 14, 2008 05:02PM
making a course:
- add start
- add finish
- start course
- add controls

or
- add start
- add finish
- add controls
- add course
- link controls

- in either case the length of the course stays at the distance between start and finish.

Is there a way to having it recalculated?

v.8.1.10
Finn Arildsen
Re: course length not calculated for MTB-O course
September 23, 2008 08:59PM
I have communicated off-line with Anders. As it turns out, the course in question is an MTB-O course.

For an MTB-O course the course length is to be calculated along the best route choice.

Condes supports this. When a course is designated "mtb-o course", then there is a "course length line" that goes from start to finish. The course length is calculated as the length of this line. In order to get the correct course length, you need to manipulate this line (add corner points) so that it follows the best route choice on the course.


There are two alternative options, if you don't want to let the route choice line determine the course length:
1) Designate the course as a "normal course". The course length will then be calculated as the accumulated length of the course legs.
2) Calculate the length manually, and enter the length manually in the course dialog window (first remove the check mark for "Use calculated length")

Best regards,
Finn
Re: course length not calculated
October 19, 2011 07:17PM
Thank you for the above note.
Is it possibly in at job designated “mountain bike course” to switch to "normal course" and back again ?
Finn Arildsen
Re: course length not calculated
October 19, 2011 07:40PM
Hej Flemming

Yes. If you double click on the course name in the navigation bar to the left of the map window, then you get a "course dialog window", where you can change the course type.

Regards,
Finn
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