Post by iconPost by lbizarro | 2014-12-06 | 13:21:15

Hi,

When you try to check the Zezo proposal route, you realize that using different browsers, the proposal can have variances of 5º on TWA.
Analyzing it, I believe that FireFox seems more reliable.

Did someone realize this ?

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Post by iconPost by Sir_Petrus | 2014-12-06 | 17:23:03
Hi Cvetan

I notice one day the same thing, I really din´t pay attention that much, because I thought it was a gap in time due to the moment request.

But now someone else complained about the same.
Can you explain, and in case of differences witch one is more accurate if any.

Best Regards
Pedro
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2014-12-06 | 17:45:25
That should not happen, at least in theory, but you never know.

The route should be exactly the same if the starting position, the destination and the time are the same.

Please check if you have the same destination and other variables (days of forecast and the "Avoid tacks" option in the different browsers.

p.s. "Avoid tacks" is misleading in the current implementation, which accounts for the tack penalties. It's more like "avoid turns". Still there because sometimes it can give slightly different result which would be more convenient to schedule or set the alarm clock to wake you up.
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