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recalculate history

PostPosted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 5:22 am
by Burnt Toast
I have a workout that was saved back in January of 2015 that was performed with a trainer that was way out of calibration. That ride is being used for some of my history benchmarks and are not indicative of what I have achieved. Is there a way to get Peripedal to recalculate the history records to omit that workout?

Re: recalculate history

PostPosted: Mon Dec 07, 2015 2:51 am
by Adam
Hi Burnt Toast,

There is not a way to recalculate based on all of your history, but you can manually edit your records. All of your records are stored in your PeriPedal user profile XML. Each new one you get is added to the list, but the old one is not removed. This is done so if you do get a new record, you have the possibility of reverting to your previous record. If you open up your User Profile XML you should be able to find the offending record(s), remove them, and save. Let me know if you need more detail (I don't currently have a file in front of me to give a specific example).

Thanks,
Adam

Re: recalculate history

PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2015 2:51 pm
by Burnt Toast
Adam wrote:Hi Burnt Toast,

There is not a way to recalculate based on all of your history, but you can manually edit your records. All of your records are stored in your PeriPedal user profile XML. Each new one you get is added to the list, but the old one is not removed. This is done so if you do get a new record, you have the possibility of reverting to your previous record. If you open up your User Profile XML you should be able to find the offending record(s), remove them, and save. Let me know if you need more detail (I don't currently have a file in front of me to give a specific example).

Thanks,
Adam


Makes sense and I'll see if I can find and change it.

Re: recalculate history

PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 1:20 pm
by Burnt Toast
Found the .xml file and deleted the offending records. Thanks