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  1. Everything seems to have been fixed in the next update or two. Working fine, now. Thanks!
  2. I'd like to join in on this one. It would be nice if we could set the departure charge for individual stops. Sometimes we know we need a little more in the tank for various reasons we might encounter.
  3. ABRP appears to try to to minimize charging time. Once I have determined a route, it would really be nice to be able to set the departure charge at individual stops. There may be conditions along the way which would make me want to charge more or less at certain stops, or for comparison. e.g., ABRP suggests charging to 65% at a certain stop. I'd like to change this to 85%, and see what time penalties would incur, and then see the effect on the rest of the trip. I haven't the foggiest idea how you are doing the calculations, or if this might be possible, but this would be a great feature in my book. I've been playing with this for weeks, awaiting the delivery of my new Model 3 this week. Can't wait to try it out.
  4. I have resorted to using PrtScr (Windows Key + PrtScr key) to create a picture. I don't speak MAC, but presumably there is a similar option.
  5. I said as much in another thread here, but I am glad to see another thread on the subject. Would be a great addition.
  6. I use Google maps all the time for route planning and navigation. Oftimes Google will select a route not to my liking, and it is just a click on the new route to force Google to use my route of choice. I don't see this available here, so you have to create a bogus waypoint or two to force routing. There must be a better way!
  7. Description: Detailed description of the feature you want to add. I use the energy settings in my Model 3 in Miles remaining, not percentage. I see no place to set the ABRP to miles rather than percentage Use Case: Describe how you would use the feature, or how often. This helps us assess prioritization on new features. I am sitting here reading 120 MILES remaining on my battery. But in order to make an accurate plan, I have to figure out the battery remaining in percentage to start the route plan. m I missing something, or is there a reason you don't allow this? Remember, the more details you can add, the faster we can build out new features!
  8. Dr DuMont

    Map disappears...

    Seems to be a common unanswered problem. The first time I used the problem, the route calculated almost immediately and the map also appeared quickly. Then all went to Hell. Took 2 hours for a route to calculate, then it would disappear. No map displayed the second day I discovered that if you switch to night mode you will see a map. This make help for the nonce. Very definitely a Work in Progress...
  9. Windows 10 Firefox latest version. No map unless in night mode.
  10. Dr DuMont

    Realloy S L O W

    Bad choice of words. I wouldn't want my statement to convince them not to have a built in print function. Your comment is spot on. I suggested PrtScr, etc as a stopgap measure. Now if Tesla were to build a printer into the console like in some airliners...
  11. Dr DuMont

    Realloy S L O W

    've a couple of pretty zippy laptops, really fast fiber internet connection, yet it may take 5 minutes to an hour to get a route displayed, even something as simple as Austin to Dallas Texas. I put in a start and and end, the red dor pulses away, yer no display. I usually just minimize the page and check later and it may be there. Also the map backgound tiles and and takes awhile to populate. The first time I use it, the route came up (Fremont CA - Dallas, TX) almost immediately. I am using Winders 10, Firefox, 75Mb Internet It is obvious there are tons of data to sift and organize, but it does seem to be kinda sluggish. Does anyone else see this?
  12. Dr DuMont

    Printing route ?

    If you can get the stop by stop list to display, copy the entries and paste them into a spreadsheet. I've modified mine for some time calculations. Works fine as is. Or you can do a PrtScr and paste to MS Paint
  13. Description: Firefox latest edition, Windows 10, 75Mh Internet connection. WHen I first used the program, the map, trip route and list came up very quickly. Saved and retrieved just fine. Have gotten three notifications to reload and update. Not I enter a new route, and route doesn't appear for up to an hour. Have reloaded and restarted. Once the map appears with route, route list never appears. WHere is "share"? Can't find any more info to help. Link to Plan: If the bug is in finding a route, please copy the plan link here (found under "Share"). Replication Steps: Replication Steps If applicable Remember, the more detail you can provide in your bug report, the faster we can fix it!
  14. Open Mouth, Insert Foot. Map does not indicate a charger at this location, only the end of my journey which I somehow selected. If there's a way to delete this post, admins please do so.
  15. Description:Tried a first itinerary from the Tesla Factory to Coppell, TX. Map shows there is a Supercharger at Hard 8 BBQ, 688 Freeport Pkwy, Coppell, TX 75019. Went there last night and there is no Supercharger there, management has no idea why the map would say so. Makes me wonder about the accuracy of the rest of the journey. According to the Tesla map, the nearest Supercharger is in Southlake, <10 miles away, or Plano, TX, a fair hike away. Any ideas? Link to Plan: If the bug is in finding a route, please copy the plan link here (found under "Share"). Replication Steps: Replication Steps If applicable Remember, the more detail you can provide in your bug report, the faster we can fix it!

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