@sartoric I’ve created a new route and the type of WP is shown only when you get in the proximity of it, like few hundreds meters. When you zoom out you just see a dot, so that if you create multiple types of WP you can’t tell the difference between them.
I did not know this feature was in SA, how do you add WP to a route?
It’s in the beta version. Create a route and long press along the line, then you can choose the type of WP you want to add.
I don’t have beta version, and I use iOS version. Will have to wait.
@tobi74 soft resets are no issue, but every time you do a hard reset it starts from scratch and it may take a while to estimate the value again. So hard resets aren’t a way to make VO2max reappear faster, they are a way to postpone it further.
A3P data that syncs to SA is crippled and then it goes to QS, my distance, heart rate, ascend, descent lap data is blank. Power is non existent and no built in epoc graph for endurance pacing analysis. Epoc would need licensing from FB, and Ambit power data would need to be included from SA side. Maybe it is possible to import from stryd and merged? 💡
@Takeshi-Kakeda QZSS is integrated on Navstar system. You don’t have to do anything to use regional Japan system. It means that if you use Navstar alone (GPS) is nav+QZSS, if you use nav+gal you real use in Japan Nav+QZSS+Gal.
Thank you for your detailed comment.
I have grasped what QZSS is.
Ok, I’ll try gpstest to know how the system does 😉 .
How much cooler does this look compared to the original. ☺
I haven’t tried the blue one yet, but it’s just refreshing to see some new color.
And I kept the original black buckle ecause the replacements came with a silver one and this just looks better with the Titanium Black model.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos yep, saw that, so well, with this watch, due to the 3m threshold, Suunto Baro 9 doesn’t count those ascents. I wrote to firstname.lastname@example.org about this, and also I’m gonna get a Fenix 5 fit file to compare.
I am not sure if I described it correct. This forum is full of bug reports and separate feature request. I don’t think it makes sense to re-list them all.
What I would like to see is a list from Suunto (not from users or testers) what they are aware of.
@cosmecosta I suppose if there is no significant weather change, i.e., mercury relatively stable, in the duration of the exercise, manually setting the initial altitude reference may be more preferable, or leave it alone as you mentioned ascend/decend values are all we need to know. But if ambient pressure is changing drastically from weather, GPS assisted FusedAlti could come in handy. Seems the only way to turn off FusedAlti is to disable GPS, using it indoors as a pure baro based instrument.
I prefer control of my own route direction, so automatic detection and its interesting foibles amid forested switchbacks (experienced) isn’t an improvement for me, though I can absolutely see others preferring it.
My point is that you can pick the waypoint to which you want to return from a watch menu on the A3P and see the distance and bearing. Skirting something (usually) or other improvisation (often) describes an arc for which radial navigation is well-suited. The rest of the user’s attention can be devoted to not sinking into a bog or sliding down a landslip or whatever. It might not be the very best for speed but that’s at the user end of responsibility.
S9 gives me the route shape and the scale and, as you pointed out, no distance to any WP. With the (alternative) Bearing Nav, that’s more than a couple of button presses to invoke the GoTo and, unless within eyeshot, it’s map time.
The (my) problem isn’t the automatic rejoining or reversing of a route … it’s relocating the thing at an optimal, or at least predictable, point. For ease of use in that regard, A3P offers only a couple of button presses.
Fine (and not actually an answer to my use case) to have bailout routes but, of course, that’s a phone app, not watch capability (unless the S9 can pull that route from the phone via its own menu system). For which you need phone time.
As ever, I’m not saying one system should exist in isolation. Neither is a substitute for the other.
@fritzbt2013 it did work for me if I uploaded via the services menu is QS. Do you have SA connected with QS? I’m on iOS which is not officially supported according to the uploader, but it works. I tested a route yesterday using this process.
Straight export from PAR. You only need to fill out the label field. Select POI in the export options.
Upload to QS
The file then shoes up in SA. If you select it, you will see the waypoint flags.