Merge tracks

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Merge tracks

Post by wayne247 » Mon Jul 08, 2019 1:26 am

Hello,

Somehow, I ended up with two track names for the same location, and both have some of my laps in it. One group is called "ICAR3" and the other is called "ICAR"

I presume it's because the track data changed over the years and one of the two is the updated one.

I know in one individual LAP details I can change the track it belongs to, but is it possible to change all of them in one batch edit?

Thanks!
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Re: Merge tracks

Post by Harry » Mon Jul 08, 2019 6:52 am

This track set has been updated. While laps from both belong to the same real world track, they have been recorded using different triggers and cannot be compared directly. So moving laps over is not recommended.

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Re: Merge tracks

Post by wayne247 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 4:26 am

Understood, thanks for the clarification!

Side question: is there a way to view all laps (of a track) ordered by time? I can spot my #1 lap, but what if I want to see #2, and #3? I checked the filters options and there does not seem to be a function for that. Perhaps there is a way to export the data and I can play with Excel directly?
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Re: Merge tracks

Post by Harry » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:26 pm

You can export all laps of a track to CSV and import this into Excel. In LapTimer, there is no sort by time option (except in Hall of Fame).

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