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  1. Flag shows the whole route, the other one shows route to next waypoint. If you only have one waypoint/destination both modes will show the same but if you have a charge stop in-between you will see a difference. These modes are exactly the same as in the app and not AA specific. There is no extra documentation right now. But we try to align it as close to the app as possible so the features behave the same.
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  2. My family has a teen planning to tour colleges this summer. We have a few road trips mapped, and would like to pause for college tours. The only way I can see to do this is to run the mapping, see what time we arrive at a school, then manually set the departure to 1-2 hours later. What I would like is to say "we'll be here 1 hour" and then, if we change our initial trip departure time or add a charge/coffee break, it will recalculate using the time range set. Many of our days are 10+ hours of driving, ending at 8 or 9 pm with breaks for charging, meals, and tours. These are complicated days, especially for the couple that have actual guided tours at a specified time (not too many of those this year!). We will have hotels booked in advance, and I am trying to stick to a pretty ambitious schedule. Love this app for all it's flexibility, but this is one gap that really concerns me. The current tools only let us define an amenity, but then it changes the name of the stop to match that amenity. And of course, the map then takes us to the amenity, not the school. It seems to me that adding time without an amenity should be easier than adding an amenity (with the associated awesome search tools). Am I missing something? Is there a way to pause at a stop, without manually keying in a departure time?
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  3. For a lot of people, the main purpose of using abrp is the annual vacation trip and maybe 3 or 4 other occasions, where they need navigation planning with charging and stuff. For those, a close to 50€ price per year or 5€ per month, might seem to be to much for the benefit gained or simply too much to spend. So I would like to suggest a third premium option: One time usage for 1,2,3 or 4 weeks, no reoccurring payment. Starting at 1€ for 1 week 2 for 2 4 for 3 and 8 for 4 for example. The service should be available for booking up to 3 times per year, so it won't challenge the monthly subscription by booking week after week. Numbers are of course just examples for description purposes. What do you think?
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  4. Interesting! I see the same very strange behavior. Thanks for alerting us to this issue, while we wait for it to be fixed
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  5. Description: ABPR (and Tesla website) still incorrectly lists the former temporary Supercharger Villach-Ost as available.(https://www.tesla.com/de_DE/findus/location/supercharger/villachostsupercharger). This SuC was closed, while a new secondary SuC in Villach is under construction. Secondary confirmation: see https://supercharge.info/ (no direct link possible) Please remove the charger from the ABPR, as the false existance together with false charging power (250kW vs. actual 120kW in the past) leads to significant false planning. Thanks and keep up the great work!
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  6. Awesome. I'm diving in then!
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  7. I don't understand why you'd withhold a feature from the world's most common mobile OS if it's ready. In the US, developers are always withholding their iOS apps from Android users, or nerfing their Android equivalents. If it's ready for Android, please just release it. Thank you. - a 2nd class Android citizen
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