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  1. Description: Regeneration can predict SOC going above 100%.
    Type: Webpage
    Link to Plan: Not a bug in finding a route.  
    Replication Steps:
    1. Plan a route starting somewhere with high altitude, starting at 100% SOC (I found this using the Tesla Model 3 2018-2020 Standard Range Plus RWD model).
    2. Examine route chart - you will see SOC climb above 100%, meaning that final predicted number is incorrect.

    Since it allows regeneration at 100%, it seems like it likely also isn't taking into account reduced regeneration at high SOC at all?

  2. Description: This simple route finds a significantly faster routing if you add a waypoint.
    Type: Webpage
    Link to Plan: 
     
    After adding a waypoint at Merriwa, the plan improves to 2h7m: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=a3c82672-e44f-4f51-8103-7d7cb546d740
     
    Replication Steps:
    This is entirely replicated by using the given routings.
  3. 10 hours ago, Katya (ABRP) said:

    Hi @caf,

    May have been a temporary glitch. The link makes a valid route now by including the supercharger in Goulburn, was it perhaps this one it drove past previously?

    /Katya

    Hi @Katya (ABRP),

    Yes, that is the supercharger it routes past.  I am still seeing the same problem though when planning that route - I have attached a screenshot showing what I get when I try that plan.

        - caf

    abrp_canberra_bathurst.png

  4. Description:
    This plan results in "No valid plan found", but the best attempt plan routes right past a Supercharger.  Adding that Supercharger as a manual waypoint results in a working plan.  Alternately, selecting the begin navigation option on the "best attempt" plan results in it advising that a faster alternate plan is available.
    Type: Webpage
    Replication Steps:
    This should be replicable just from the plan linked.
  5. Hey @chuq, @Katya (ABRP)

    "56P532" is just the Clipsal product name (it's from their product line called the "56 Series").

    The generic name for these is AS/NZS 3123 sockets (a standard which includes both single and three phase sockets and a range of current ratings).  AS being "Australian Standard" and NZS being "New Zealand Standard".

    They're fairly common, and in remote areas are likely to be your best option for charging.

     

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  6. Yeah OpenChargeMap seems like a black hole to me.  You submit data but nothing ever happens.

    I don't know why chargers aren't just added to OpenStreetMap directly, I don't see the value in another layer there, particularly one with such a gatekeeping attitude.

  7. With the desktop/browser version of ABRP:

    • In the route plan, click the Settings icon next to the charging stop you want to modify.
    • On the "Charge here..." line, click the {FOR} button to change it to {TO}.
    • Replace the SOC percentage after the {TO} button with the charge level you want to charge to.
    • Click the {DONE} button, it should re-plan the route.
  8. Would it be possible to add zoom in/out buttons to the new webapp? I tend to use it on a laptop without a scroll wheel. (Hitting the + key seems to zoom it in a lot more than you'd normally want as well, so using the keys I have to hit + once, then - a few times to get to where I want it).

  9. Description: The planned route disappears from the map, and you have to click "Plan Route" to see it again.
    Link to Plan: Doesn't seem to be specific to any one plan
    Replication Steps:
    1. Plan a route.
    2. Switch tabs away from ABRP and switch back (it also seems to happen after some amount of time if you just wait).
    3. After a moment the route will disappear and the map will recentre.

    When the route disappears, the Javascript console displays the messages "New settings found, applying." and "About ver 25 screen width 1557".

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