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7:31pm, 6 May 2015
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lol philip - some serious issues and/or commitment there :-)
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8:53pm, 18 May 2015
2556 posts
Lake District => lots of lakes, rivers, streams & paths => lots of bridges :-)
11:37am, 21 May 2015
11212 posts
Anyone know how I planted flowers whilst running on a treadmill in the gym this morning? My new Garmin has a indoor running setting which I used and it automatically uploads onto fetch when I return home. When I click on the flower it takes me to a mass of bugs and stuff surrounded by blue sea.
11:42am, 21 May 2015
5010 posts
It's at latitude 0 longitude 0, because FP interprets missing position data as being there, rather than excluding the workout for not having position data.
11:45am, 21 May 2015
11213 posts
Thanks Badger
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For important updates on the rules, please make sure you're a member of the game group. Signing up to play the game will automatically add you to the group.

If you have a problem - usually it's a marker that you believe you hit, but hasn't moved, please send me feedback detailing the problem, making sure you:

1) be specific about where the marker is (an ID would be handy, but failing that, a decent description of its location may well be enough).
2) let me know the date and time of the run
3) don't report the marker. If it gets removed, I can't check it.
4) be quick. Some markers move on, e.g. daily Garmin moves, or bugs/relays getting transported on by other runners.
5) remain calm. You just did running. That's a good thing, right?

I may not get to all reports in time, but if enough of you do report problems, it gives me data to find the causes of the problems.

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