I have my user options for bouldering set to V grade however my logbook records my ascents as a mixture of both V grades & font grades. Does anyone know why this happens? Thanks.
This is presumably part of the same issue: I have grades set to Font grades but lots of crag pages display mostly Font grades but with a handful of V grades mixed in.
An example in case it helps diagnose the problem: at Beginner's Wall at Blackwell Dale, Mike's Problem Sit-start (V11), Man of Plastic (V6) and Beginners’ Dyno (V5) all display as V grades, everything else is Font grades.
The climbs that display as V grades on the crag page also display as V grades in your logbook once logged.
This is fixed now.
I've had this problem, I'll have to check when I get back that it's fixed.
There are also some problems in the guide book that you can only log as trad climbs.
Hi Paul, thanks for doing that.
Hi, can you send me a link to the problem this occurs on please?
This was a separate issue but it's fixed too.
Are you referring to the Rockfax app here?
It is now fixed on my logbook. But on the crag pages, the grade for all sport routes or boulder problems is now displaying as "undefined" and trad routes are displaying as "undefined 6b".
My logbook is now showing a problem with routes grades coming up as 'undefined'. It seems to be happening for every route at some crags, but not at all for other. If I click on a route the route page shows the correct grade.
My logbook is also ok.
I believe it was a caching issue, so we've temporarily turned off caching on the crag page. Should work now
On a similar note I've just noticed I can't sort or filter by grade any more. I also occasionally get a message saying:
"DataTables warning: table id=climb_table - Requested unknown parameter 'gradetype' for row 20, column 7. For more information about this error, please see http://datatables.net/t"
Can you tell me what crag(s) this is happening to you on please?
No, I have the paper guide book and use the website. I believe some climbs are listed as both routes and problems. For some reason the logbook only has them as routes.
So I've never done any trad but my graph says I have and, I can't remember which ones other than 20 foot crack on Burbage.
I'd upload a pic but it's saying I can upload files of that kind.
The Graphs page uses the grade type that the climb was given in the database, we don't have the facility of setting 2 grades for the same climb unfortunately. As 20 Foot Crack (S 4b) is set as Severe (Trad), it shows as Trad in the text at the top of the graphs page.
We'd need to re-design the way the grades are saved and linked to ascents from the ground-up to fix that one text bug. It'd be a lot of work and also, the grades are already pretty complicated, making them more complicated could very well slow down a lot of the other pages like the My Logbook, Crag and Climb pages.
This was broken for me but seems to be working. I’d been meaning to raise the, so thanks for highlighting the issue and thanks for fixing it.
I have my user options set to Font grades, but in the "My Graphs" section of my logbook the "Average/Max Grades by Year" appear as V grades, while just below the "Ascents by Grade" graph is in Font grades. I don't really care, but others might, and it seems like it might be an easy bug to fix.
Thanks for the reply, it's no major problem, just thought I'd highlight it while you were doing some updates. Thanks
I think I have a similar issue with grades and graphs.
Average / max in f
Ascents in V
My user options are in V
Exactly the same but in reverse. Rockfax's silence suggests the problem must be harder to resolve than I imagined!
This should be fixed now, sorry it took a while. The whole graph page is a bit of a mess and needs a full re-write tbh. I'm sure there would be a lot of good user suggested graphs to add in to
Had to do a hard reset but looking good now, thanks.
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