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  1. Description: Unable to enter temperature in Fahrenheit on app even though units are set to Imperial Type: On iOS app versions 4.0.30 on iPhone and also on iPad version 4.0.29 Replication Steps: Click “Settings” > Road conditions Select Temperature. Earlier versions of the app allowed you to change from Celsius to Fahrenheit. The current version only allows input in Celsius. Fishers in the US would prefer Fahrenheit please.
  2. Bottom line up front (BLUF): My wife is flying out to visit me in WA and we are picking up our M3 in Bellevue. On January 8th or 9th we will be driving to CO (I-5 South to OR; I-84 East across OR, ID, and UT; then I-80 East across WY; finally I-25 South to CO) where my wife gets to enjoy the M3 and I fly back to WA on the 12th. Research says to use, a better route planner, which leads me to the following questions: 1. Max Speed - over the route there is a portion that the posted speed limit is 80 mph, and if the roads are clear I plan on driving the speed limit. Should this be the speed I plug in for Max Speed even though it is a small portion of the overall trip? 2. Since it is winter and the weather will be cold, am I being to conservative wanting to arrive at SC's with 20% battery remaining? 3. Outside temperature really fluctuates across this route this time of year. The average low over one of the passes in January is 8° F, should I use this as my temperature? 4. What is considered extra weight, I'm assuming this would be passengers and luggage, but just want to make sure. 5. Finally, there is a section on my route from Pendleton, OR to Boise, ID that requires me to charge to 100% to travel 213 miles and arrive with 19% charge remaining. This section is in red and has a planned speed of 43 mph. During this segment, the route has me drive right through Baker City, OR without stopping at the SC there. I know I can plug this in as I leave Pendleton, but why would ABRP decide to do this? Thanks for taking the time to read this and answer my questions.
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