Uploading GPX: Elapsed time rather than moving time?

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Jul 2017
7:53pm, 7 Jul 2017
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Mushypeas
Hi

I noticed that when I upload a gpx on strava it uses 'moving time' to calculate pace (i.e. when the watch auto-pauses the pause is excluded from moving time). But when I use the same watch on fetcheveryone.com it uses elapsed time (i.e. if I'm waiting at traffic lights for 3 mins I'll have 3 mins longer on my time)

Is there any way of altering this setting?

Thanks
Jul 2017
12:08pm, 9 Jul 2017
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Dvorak
There was something about that as a "known issue" right from when the graphs were implemented: I think the answer was "no". However, I thought it was something only affecting the graphs and not the underlying time/distance figures?

(And it might have been resolved as my downloads (non Garmin, non Strava) do not afaik do that.)
SPR
Jul 2017
12:15pm, 9 Jul 2017
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SPR
Do you actually use auto pause? I don't and strava still has a way of only doing moving time rather than the time my watch is showing.
Jul 2017
11:11pm, 9 Jul 2017
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Mushypeas
I use auto-pause. strava works fine. But Fetch shows elapsed time (that's not a bug just a different approach I guess)

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