Changes between Version 23 and Version 24 of FS Guide


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Feb 17, 2008, 10:58:41 PM (12 years ago)
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Øyvind Ellefsen
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    4040=== About pilot IDs ===
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    42 There is two IDs used in FS and GpsDump:
     42There are two IDs used in FS and GpsDump:
    4343 * COMPID: a number that identifies the pilot in a competition. This must be unique for the pilot in the competition. It will save you a lot of time to let the pilots in your club or organization have the same number over time, as it's written to the GPS, and eventually you will remember each pilot's number. For Cat 1 comps it is normal to use the WPRS ranking of the pilot as COMPID.
    4444 * CIVLID: The ID a pilot is given the first time he/she is registered in the CIVL database. This will normally happen after one has been in a FAI Category 1 or 2 competition. Any pilot that has been in a Cat 1 or 2 competition after 2001 should be in this database. The CIVLID is used when uploading results to the CIVL database where it is used to generate the World Ranking (WPRS). When registering pilots in FS you can get pilot details including CIVLID from the CIVL database by typing the pilot's name and pressing the "Search CIVL db" button (if you have already filled in details and just need the CIVLID, press the button to the right of the CIVLID field).
     
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    177177 * One pilot wisely enough focus on the traffic instead of the clock, and fly out of the start gate 2 seconds before the first start time. With a Jump the Gun factor of 10 he will have 20 seconds added to his task time.
    178 * Another pilot run away from the dense traffic, and fly out of the start gate 5 minutes seconds before the first start time. With a Jump the Gun factor of 2 he will have 10 minutes added to his task time.
     178 * Another pilot run away from the dense traffic, and fly out of the start gate 5 minutes seconds before the first start time. With a Jump the Gun factor of 2 he will have 10 minutes added to his task time.
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    180180== Waypoints ==
     
    226226== Editing a task ==
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    228 After editing a task one may need to check tracklogs again.
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    230 Task validation and scoring is removed for all those that has tracklog and these rows get status NYP again.
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    232 Those pilots where one has entered distance or set status manually will keep their data.
     228After editing a task one may need to check tracklogs again. Task validation and scoring is removed for all those that has tracklog and these rows get status NYP again. Those pilots where one has entered distance or set status manually will keep their data.
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    234230This means one can sort the rows on the status column and mark those rows with status NYP and check tracklogs again or use the menu item "Check ... NYP".
     
    257253These can be used from the respective menu items under the "Reports" menu.
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    259 If the reports do not look the way you like (language etc...) just make a copy of the template, open the template in a text editor and edit the content. This requires a little knowledge of xml so that you stay away from altering content that should not be changed. Feel free to experiment though, and if you make a cool report please upload it to the Wiki!
    260 Note: Keep the extention (from the first .) the same.
     255If the reports do not look the way you like (language etc...) just make a copy of the template, open the template in a text editor and edit the content. This requires a little knowledge of XML so that you stay away from altering content that should not be changed. Feel free to experiment though, and if you make a cool report please upload it to the Wiki!
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     257Note: Keep the filename extension (from the first .) the same when renaming the file.
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    262259=== Reports options ===