1.3.2 is available - via auto-update

New versions of Ascent will be announced here

Postby rob on Mon Apr 02, 2007 2:19 pm

Lots of work here, many of these items were results of suggestions or reports in this forum. Thanks to everyone who contributed!

- New feature: selecting a lap in the browser now highlights the lap's section in the mini-profile view (of the browser)
- New feature:"Save selected...(activity)" (in file menu)
- New feature: "Email selected...(activity)" (in file menu, requires OSX Mail.app to be configured)
- New feature: contextual menus in main browser, activity detail, and map detail views (invoked by right mouse button on multi-button mouse, control-click on 1-button mouse)
- New feature: "center map at click point" available in contextual menu of detailed map view
- New feature: store most view settings persistently: browser view, activity detail view, map views
- Improvements to the map detail view, so that zoom and other controls work like standard map applications
- Improved "Notes" entry in the main browser, using a dedicated editing panel that supports spell checking, undo, etc.
- Added hot keys in map detail view, such as "I" for zoom in, "O" for zoom out
- Mouse scroll wheel in the map detail view now performs zooming
- .tcx/.hst import now imports "Notes" into activitites
- Fixed problem with "weight" field being converted incorrectly when tracks created and 'metric' display units preference chosen
- Fixed problem importing data with bad altitude and GPS values, but other valid data
- Fixed problem caused when first point of an activity had a bad GPS location
- Made distance and time "ticks marks" on the vertical axis of the activity detail view use more user-friendly intervals
- Made "speed" in activity detail HUD show a single digit after the decimal point
- Performance improvements in the activity detail (required removal of the "dotted" and "dashed" line options
- Lines in the activity view can now be 1, 2, or 3 pixels in width
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Postby KSO on Tue Apr 03, 2007 12:09 am

Keep up the fine work. What a wonderful piece of software.... best on out there for Mac users hands down. Thanks for listening to our feedback and getting the updates to us so quickly!

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Postby kurterle on Tue Apr 03, 2007 12:19 am

I second that sentiment. With the exceedingly slow pace of Mac development on MotionBased, I'm thinking of dropping them and going only with Ascent.
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