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Analysis tab removed from Training Log

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Feb 2013
9:24pm, 14 Feb 2013
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fetcheveryone
Hello :-)

The splits aren't in the pace graph, it's in the section marked 'splits' which is underneath the pace section. Can you see it? Times are in seconds, which is a bit of a bind, but I should be able to get that sorted reasonably soon.

Fetch
Feb 2013
9:28pm, 14 Feb 2013
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Caterpillar
Can you put it back so we can see what it was that we didn't notice has been removed? If I have been short-changed without noticing I need to know how much by. Then I can decide whether or not to feel outraged.

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Feb 2013
9:33pm, 14 Feb 2013
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fetcheveryone
I removed the ability to be outraged ages ago.
Feb 2013
9:36pm, 14 Feb 2013
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Caterpillar
I didn't even notice! Put it back immediately, or you shall be hearing from my ..... er......
CT
Feb 2013
1:21pm, 17 Feb 2013
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CT
Thanks Fetch I was looking at the right graph I just called it the wrong thing! If seconds are going to be changed to mins at some point that'd be great.

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