+Ratsneve Posted August 6, 2008 Share Posted August 6, 2008 (edited) My Oregon 300 seems to have a problem with this function as well. I set it up to track changes over night and when I viewed it this morning, it first looked as a success. The last seven hours did have a nice smooth plot. However, after having admired it for a while I suddenly recognised the plot from the day before, only now it hade been given new time stamps indicating that it was new data. I shut it down and let it sleep a couple of hours and then rechecked the plot. And according to the time stamps there was new data collected, but again, it was the same old graph marked up as new. Since someone else has mentioned something else peculiar about the barometric graph I will toss in my observation. When I have turned the unit off or on I have noted the time first and noted that it agrees with the time on the barometric plot at that instant too...BUT when I have traveled back along the plot to where I turned the unit off this time point is no longer where the linear plot line first starts but has "drifted" minutes into the linear line portion--where dynamic pressure data has acutally stopped. Likewise, after the unit has been on for a number of minutes and I returned to the end of the linear plot point where it breaks and dynamic data is once again being taken it no longer is the actual time when I turned the unit back on. If I move forward into the new dynamic pressure I can now find that time when the unit was turned back on--it no longer lies right where the linear line breaks and dynamic pressure is once again being recorded but several minutes from it. I'll mention this in my BIG email update to Garmin. Edited August 6, 2008 by Ratsneve Quote Link to comment
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