Predict times available in mobile view
Post by iconPost by braunle | 2019-07-11 | 20:31:28

Hi Cvetan,
is it possible to make the links for the predicted best start times available on the mobile site?
Kindly Braunle

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Post by iconPost by YourMomSA | 2019-07-11 | 22:04:58
You can navigate directly to it on a phone if you know the URL (from finding it on a computer). When I'm doing a record attempt, I often just leave a web page open for it on my phone and refresh after each forecast. I agree it would be nice to have the link somewhere mobile-accessible, though.
Post by iconPost by mak08 | 2019-07-12 | 08:12:21
Most mobile browsers let you request the desktop version of a web page. In Chrome Android for example, there is a checkbox ('Desktopwebsite' in German) in the menu that lets you switch to the desktop version.
Post by iconPost by braunle | 2019-08-07 | 16:22:15
Spend some minutes with googling my issue. Here is the solution for those using an:

iPhone: Start off by loading the relevant website in Safari, then once it's completed loading the mobile site, hold down the refresh icon in the URL bar, at the top right corner of the screen. This will bring up buttons at the bottom of the screen, offering to Request Desktop Site or to Cancel the request. Select Request Desktop Site.

Android: Open up the Chrome Browser on your Android Phone or Tablet. Next visit the website that you wish to request a desktop version for. After visiting the website, tap on the 3 dot Chrome icon, located in the top right corner of your screen. From the list of options, tap on Request Desktop site option. Warning! Unfortunately this will be set for all sites now. So you need to reset it afterwards.
Post by iconPost by DonJuan21 | 2019-08-07 | 16:56:34
Or you could just bring up the graph made from the data.

http://bit.ly/finishtimes

DonJuan21
Post by iconPost by YourMomSA | 2019-08-09 | 16:42:00
How much are they charging for the Full Pack for Atlantic? And how many Credits would it cost to buy all of the options? I'm guessing it's quite expensive, both ways, because it's Category 2. The trouble is that you can't find out without registering for the race first. I decided a while ago to not do the Atlantic... but now since no other races are active, I'm considering a run.
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2019-08-09 | 18:04:13
25EUR /
"freeCredits": 2000,
"optionPrices": {
"foil": 2200,
"winch": 1000,
"radio": 300,
"skin": 1250,
"hull": 700,
"reach": 1700,
"heavy": 1200,
"light": 1500
}

or about 6300 credits for the options


And there may not be a better window than the one around the start.
Post by iconPost by YourMomSA | 2019-08-09 | 19:40:56
Thanks! 6000 without the radio. ;-) That might be do-able, whereas there's no way I'm paying 25EUR for a 5-day dash across the Atlantic. What are the best finish times so far? The predicted times chart has some in the 127-132 hour range. I was assuming that might be better than the best so far... but if the best is already 120 then forget it.

I wish they'd let us check standings and pricing without registering for a race.
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2019-08-09 | 19:47:34
6300 without the radio.

current record is 127:54

I made it in 132h with foils only (raw cost 2200, net 200), still holding 192th place.
Post by iconPost by PML | 2019-08-10 | 09:43:07
As I did, you could still open a separate account just for the purpose of checking these things.
Post by iconPost by MidnightFoiler | 2019-08-15 | 10:31:06
Pretty sure you can join a race to check pricing but not finish boat setup like you used to be able to. But you can't look at rankings or boats on the course.

I know this because I clicked on one of their promo banners and it entered the race but I didn't complete setup and didn't lose points etc

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