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Board » Technical Support » Pre-Transition BETA Server Testing TIMED Race - 17 September 2013

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Me too. Set DC when zoomed-in for the finish line and overshot it by a significant margin. Never done that before. DC seemed to fire about a miole after the orange dot point.
“We may have arrived on different ships, but we are all in the same boat now!” Martin Luther King Jr.
The forum posting on the beta doesn't work currently.

The reason is that when I copied data over to beta I changed everyone's email address to be xxx@yyy.disabled to prevent accidental email sent to anyone during my tests. The forum software currently refuses posting because of this.
Tyger / Robert Neilson said @ 2013-09-18 13:34:18:
Me too. Set DC when zoomed-in for the finish line and overshot it by a significant margin. Never done that before. DC seemed to fire about a miole after the orange dot point.
Exactly the same thing happened to my DC overnight
For folks who are displaying a difference between the Orange dots for CC & TWA set a DC using each then check the DC list to see if the Times listed correspond
None so blind
I know when I first reported the problem it was because I had just done that - to check my DC would fire at the right place. It was the TWA dot that was under reporting by a few minutes. The DC did fire at the correct time, it was the TWA dot that was wrong.

The DC I had that fired late I also checked and at that time both dots appeared where they should have.

(just as an aside, due to lightning detection software on my PC the clock on my PC is accurate to within 1000ths of a second with timeservers, so I don't think it is a time sync issue)
It's not particularlly important but I have made two runs and only one shows in the boat list and also in the leaderboard. Is this a fault??
If it breaks, it's not strong enough--if it doesn't, it's too heavy.
I think during timed races in the boat ranking list you have your fastest time listed plus your current run.

As far as the leader-board (thru ? on top right) it should show all runs but I can't see it and don't think it is working for this race as the client will have an internal link to the board not the external link required as this is on a different site.

same problem with yellow dots, with both OS X and windows xp
fullplane?? no, was me, don't know why... same problem with yellow dots, with both OS X and windows xp
andrea
Hi! Started boat 2 after having finished #1. I missed the finish line, butwhen I want to steer it correct, the only boat I can get in contact with is #1! And of course I can't make it move, since it has finished the race. Strange... /Musigny

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