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  1. Thanks for your note. I'm aware of the settings panel, but I thought that the setting was the default for all departures. I am interested in setting only the initial departure. For any other waypoint except the initial start I can use the line-by-line settings to get what I want.
  2. Description: I have entered a plan and planned the route. I want to change the starting charge from the default in the settings for the plan. When I hover over the gear next to the departure waypoint the prompt says "set, departure time, arrival and charging settings" but if I click on it I can only set the departure time. Link to Plan: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=2da540da-7bd7-41a5-9b8c-3de1add3937c Replication Steps: Described above. Remember, the more detail you can provide in your bug report, the faster we can fix it!
  3. I agree. I should have tried that first. Copy/Paste works so well that I don't think my suggestion is very important. In my case I am pasting into Google Sheets.
  4. Description: When a plan exists have a way to download the tabular version as a CSV file. Use Case: When planning a long trip I would use this as a starting point for tracking a lot of issues unrelated to charging. For example I would break the trip into days, add activities to due at the waypoints, include links to sightseeing activities, track event tickets at various waypoints, etc. I would use this every time I planned a multiday trip.
  5. Description: I create the plan in this link (https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=6d3f618d-ec93-4e8e-8463-542b6c2a8827). It includes a visit to San Diego. I click on the Share/Google Maps Link/Copy and get the URI below. When I click on that link the route is mostly the same but excludes the San Diego waypoint. https://www.google.com/maps/dir/?api=1&origin=40.94267%2C-124.10098&waypoints=39.926454%2C-122.198393|39.327507%2C-120.207373|39.5409999%2C-119.74919|38.533939%2C-118.62308|38.069801%2C-117.232243|36.913718%2C-116.754371|36.17193%2C-115.14001|35.97141%2C-114.911332|35.191331%2C-114.065592|35.174272%2C-111.66328|36.05695%2C-112.13678|35.174272%2C-111.66328|32.943969%2C-112.733506|32.760837%2C-115.532486|32.71568%2C-117.16171|33.437177%2C-117.62712|34.238654%2C-119.177398|35.267293%2C-120.674191|35.28579%2C-120.66275|36.27069%2C-121.80815|36.585729%2C-121.898765|36.59821%2C-121.89648|37.46311%2C-122.4293|38.242693%2C-122.625049|39.688209%2C-123.483424&destination=40.94267%2C-124.10098&dir_action=navigate&travelmode=driving Link to Plan: See Above. Replication Steps: See Above Remember, the more detail you can provide in your bug report, the faster we can fix it!
  6. I couldn't figure out where to put a question, since this is not a bug or a feature request. So my first question would be where to put a question? The main question is how to interpret a red line on the planning map, which seems to correspond to a speed annotation in the text form of the plan. Does this mean that those are the expected speeds based on traffic, road conditions, speed limits, etc., or does it mean that I have to purposefully limit the speed to that level in order to make it to the next charging station?

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