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One Wheel

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A feature that I would love to see, but I’m really not sure how popular it would be or how hard it would be to implement: mean of however many of the most recent completed solves sum to over 2 hours (or a customizable amount of time). This is how I like to calculate my global average. It allows consistency between puzzle types and various skill levels, and accounts for regression.
 

nz0543

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Can there be a way to only export times and not settings? Because I use cs timer on mobile and pc with different settings and don't want to change the settings every time I import solves from the pc to mobile.
 

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@qq280833822 Whenever I type in '27' it registers it as 0.27. 27.00 works, but can you fix this?
It's a latest update so you are able to input "xyz" to indicate "x.yz"
So, 27 will be recognized as "0.27" by default. If you do not want such feature, you can select Option->timer->Unit when entering an integer "X". Then when you input 27, it will be recognized as 27 seconds.
 

qq280833822

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A feature that I would love to see, but I’m really not sure how popular it would be or how hard it would be to implement: mean of however many of the most recent completed solves sum to over 2 hours (or a customizable amount of time). This is how I like to calculate my global average. It allows consistency between puzzle types and various skill levels, and accounts for regression.
Well, there are some boundary problems. For example, you have 3 solves finished at 1:00:00 pm, 1:00:10 pm, 2:59:50 pm. Does it mean, when you finished the last solves, it shows the mean of all these 3 solves. And after 10 seconds (at 3:00:00 pm), the value should be updated to the mean of last 2 solves?
 

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Well, there are some boundary problems. For example, you have 3 solves finished at 1:00:00 pm, 1:00:10 pm, 2:59:50 pm. Does it mean, when you finished the last solves, it shows the mean of all these 3 solves. And after 10 seconds (at 3:00:00 pm), the value should be updated to the mean of last 2 solves?
I was referring to elapsed solve time, not date/time. So if you have 120 60-second solves it doesn’t matter if those solves took place over the last 3 hours or the last 3 years, those sum to two hours, and the “global average” as I’m using the term would be 2:00:00/120=1:00. Does that make sense?

Edit to add: it would be solves summing to at least 2 hours, so solves of, say 1:00:00, 0:59:00, and 1:38:00 would sum to 3:37:00, and average to 1:12:20.
 
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