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@RickH70 Not yet, but it will in a few weeks
@markhewitt1978 If trainer manufacturers had done their work properly, Zwift shouldn't be calculating it's own speed instead of relying on the trainer's. The FE-C profile was created to work the way I'm using it, not the way Zwift is twisting it. Trainer manufacturers have sloppily implemented the behaviour of simulation in their trainers and that's why people thing Zwift's way is the way to go, but Zwift can't react to changes in power as fast as the trainer can by itself and can't detect braking or be in sync with the actual spinning speed of the wheel, for example. Zwift even out all the trainer brands so no one can really introduce improvements on their firmware to make simulation more realistic. For inter-brand competition is the way to go probably, but most of us are not in indoor cycling for competition.
@defiancecp Thank you so much for that dude! I knew of the little glitches but didn't have much time to polish them out. I'll include your changes in the package
@defiancecp nice suggestions. The braking is already in my backlog, for the speed limit I had a more elaborate idea, but it's probably too complicated, your idea is simpler so it's probably better for starters.
@noporchjoe join the facebook group and PM me over facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/361135014649540
@majland @summerkw I have the impression the problem is the transmission type and the extended ANT id. I've done some changes in the ANT library to see if that fixes the problem. They will come out with the new power profile support
@BTJ that's odd. The files are being stored in the user directory precisely to avoid that
@majland @summerkw the problem seems to be here "Not ready to transfer on sendMessage 0x3X" I'll try to investigate tonight, although I'm quite busy with the power and HR profiles
@Landixus sorry, I'm using 1.9 not 1.7
@Landixus I'm using vanilla NativeIU 1.7, the dll. I'm not integrating that inside my mod, only using the API calls available through the dll. You can try to change the dll to the version you are using and see if it works. I'm not sure why I used 1.7 but maybe it works with an older one and hopefully with newer ones.