I empathize with you guys. It's a royal pain in the ass some times...
That's not Cronoescalada's fault though, that problem has only come up in the last few days when googlemaps changed their layout from the time-honoured "sliding scale zoom and pegman in the top left corner" to "click-button zoom and pegman in the bottom right even though to exit streetview you need the top left" because Google are total idiots who are doing their utmost to ruin every single thing about maps. Hopefully the Cronoescalada team, once they realise what a pain to their engine this latest modification by google is, will amend their program to work around it, maybe making it possible to toggle profile on and off/hide profile to enable us to change zoom or use streetview, or move/reduce the width of the profile so those buttons are still accessible.BigMac said:Worse even, in Cronoescalada, once you click to show profile, just to track your progress, streetview becomes useless as you can't reach the yellow pawn thingy.
lemon cheese cake said:I try to login to Cronoescalada but it isn't letting me....
jsem94 said:AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT
My idea for a World Championship route in Stockholm. My birth town. I love that city, and well, it's mostly flat and boring but there are a few ways to make a route interesting. Here we go. One thing is false in this profile though. That's the bridge of Västerbron. It doesn't get recognized as rising in altitude here, but I will fill you in anyway on the stats as we go along.
There are basically five things one could call bumps on this route. Two of them are barely noticeable but I'll mention them anyway, because why not, and they're all concentrated towards the end of the course. Here they are in more detail:
Igeldammsbacken (6.7km to go) - 270m @ 7.5%
Västerbron (4.9km to go) - 300m @ ~4.5%
Högalidsgatan (4km to go) - 210m @ 5.5%
Skinnarbacken (3.1km to go) - 200m @ 7.5%
Bastugatan - (1.4km to go) - 260m @ 8.9% (max 16% cobbled)
Breaking down this last climb a bit further:
- The first 55m are fairly steep, but it's hard to find an accurate figure on how steep this section is. Around 12% seems a reasonable guesstimate.
- The final 205m are cobbled.
- The last 110m are steeper than 12%, and the last 30m steeper than 15%.
And it's not just any cobbles... It looks a little bit like this:
1.4km later we have the finish will be near the statue of Gustav III on the Skeppsbron in Gamla Stan (Old Town):
All in all, it's pretty much a slightly weaker route than Richmond.
My comment wasnt meant that way if you write this because of it. I love giro's and it will always be the gt I enjoy the most to design, but at the moment I see 7 different giro stages every second day and it feels like I have seen any little bump of italy in the last month.Valv.Piti said:fauniera: I find a Giro 100x more interesting than some stage race in the UK. Keep it up, I'll follow it for sure.
Is it possible that you didnt follow the thread after the update? Libertine tries to recreate the Library but thats more than a lot of work, so we probably have to wait for a whilejsem94 said:Libertine, if you wouldn't mind?
I know it's a pain in the ass, but it'd be nice to have a functioning library.