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    Created a few saved plans for upcoming trip. Some of them are still in "rough" as I do not yet have like actual hotel or so. I know how to pull up a saved plan and that I can then make adjustments. But it seems the only way then to save those adjustments is to click on "Save Plan", resulting in a new saved plan. Is there any way to update an existing plan instead? Now I save the plan, then go to saved plans, delete the previous version and then rename the updated one. Would be nice to be able to have it update the saved plan or to save as a new plan.
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    Go to an IONITY charger and click on it. You'll get the same menu again.
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    Definitely haven't given up, just not the top of the priority list yet. Need to get the app completely up to snuff with the website, then we can really start adding features like AA and CP.
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    Hello Question: I'm wondering if there is a way to add an 'deviation' from charge curve? If there would be an way to set 'my car' to X% related to ABR curve. Problem: My S70 D is 'way off' ABR curve, which leads to incorrect long trips plans. I have tried to use 'time to open charge port', but that one is an constant, and it also messes with the trip algorithm. Proposal: Charge speed ,(percentage). Same as existing battery degradation in settings. Then I will hopefully get appropriate trip plans, according to may car ability to change. NOTE: my CAR is EXTREEEEMLY below... sometimes it takes the double amount of time... (I might have one of the 'bad blue' dots in your graphics....) Regards
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    I doubt it's a configuration issue, it's probably a consequence of how we're currently calculating charge curves. We'll take a look and see if we can find a way to increase the resolution on the charge curve without costing any additional planning time.
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    I tested against iOS first, but also checked the Android app. Here are my steps to reproduce: Launch ABRP app Go to ABRP icon, log in Go to Settings Select your car At that point, the app crashes or displays a white screen, and the crashed thread mentions something about Thread name: Dispatch queue: com.facebook.react.ExceptionsManagerQueue Unfortunately, the app can't be used again without uninstalling and reinstalling it, because it'll always try to reload the car info. When I check this same flow in a desktop browser, I get the following error: Animated: `useNativeDriver` is not supported because the native animated module is missing. Falling back to JS-based animation. To resolve this, add `RCTAnimation` module to this app, or remove `useNativeDriver`. More info: https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/11094#issuecomment-263240420
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    I have the same problem with the App. Somehow after a while I can use it again. Not sure what "fixes" it. But it then breaks pretty easily. For me it doesn't seem to be the car info. It just crashes after displaying the map for 1-2 seconds.
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    Description: Add a setting or option to minimize the number of stops required on a given trip. This could be a simple checkbox in the advanced settings menu to minimize stops, and it would calculate a route with the fewest possible number of charging stops possible within the given route, with the understanding that each stop could be longer. Use Case: The default route planning behaviour appears to be to minimize the amount of time spent charging at each stop. However there may be cases where I would prefer to take a longer stop and make a longer drive with fewer stops overall in my trip. Rather than manually set each charging station to "take a longer break", it would be nice for the route to just be prioritized for longer but fewer stops.
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    Charging Curve Data Extracted from the great Alex on Autos review of charging for TFLcars back in September. He charged from 1% to 100%. Usable Pack Energy: 83.7kwh ChgEff 95% Current examples are stepped at rates, not linear. KW Rate SoC kwh Time Elapsed 270 0-30% 26.43 0:05:52 0:05:52 200 30-37% 6.17 0:01:51 0:07:43 150 37-76% 34.36 0:13:45 0:21:28 120 76-80% 3.52 0:01:46 0:23:14 50 80-96% 14.10 0:16:55 0:40:09 20 96-100% 3.52 0:10:34 0:50:43 If this can get updated on ABRP I think that it would be very useful. Ron B - San Jose
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    Yesterday I drove from the Electrify America chargers in Normal IL to Springfield IL in my 2019 i3S (120 Ah BEV), 1 passenger, no luggage. Departing SOC was 70.0%. Outdoor temperature was approx. 90°F, no wind. A/C was set at 72. Drove at the speed limit on the interstate, higher than limit on local roads. Model predicted my arrival SOC would be 24%. Actual SOC at arrival was 23.5% (the model doesn't use fractional percentages). Model confirmed IMO!
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    @Edward - We actually use a very similar curve in calculating the charge time for the i3, and we optimize for the position of the knee-over. We've had requests before to add a user configurable "max fast charge level" cutoff, but we're a little conflicted on that since it limits plans where you absolutely have to charge above that value to make it to your next stop. Might make it a soft cap, where it merely penalizes plans more that fast charge above the soft cap, but doesn't preclude them.

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