Its content is here based on the three tracks in the simulator as before, and is defined by the datepickers values, but is - similar to the Tracklist - independent of settings in the Settings mainpage, except for Measurement and Windforces.
Having tapped the Set time range to whole history button, a tap on Report produces a (possibly long) scrollable page, starting with the datepickers values and followed by a:
The view zooms in when pinching outward, and then zooms out when pinching inward.
It has a blue heading followed by:
If the last number is less than two, the summary ends: 'Too few plots for details'. Otherwise it continues with calculations and accumulations of:
*) Only calculated when Whole tracks says 'Yes': sail time for each track is calculated as the time from events where a Change of sail attribute signals 'sails set', i.e. is one of the following:
**) Only calculated when Whole tracks says 'Yes': engine time for each track is calculated as the time from events where a Change of engine attribute signals 'engine running', i.e. is one of the following:
After the summary comes the:
The report has two style formats: Simple and Fancy. The style is determined by a button in the green navigation bar at the top, which switches between being aand a button.
The page is scrolled somewhat and displays the end of the first track followed by the beginning of the second track:
The track sections are ordered chronological and grouped by tracks. The individual tracks may be whole or not, depending on the datepickers time range coverage. For each track the report comprises:
For each event, its text-note, timestamp, latitude + longitude, Hrs-Dist-Avs calculations and details (attribute values) is shown.
As in maps, the Hrs-Dist-Avs (time, distance and average speed) calculations are relative to departure (not applicable for the first plot)
The Fancy style starts with a Report summary exactly as above. But the report body is very different:
Above, the average speed decreases at the end of the report - indicated by red color in the Hrs-Dist-Avs column. This is also seen in the Report snippet example.
On a small screen - like the one on iPhone SE above - horizontal scrolling is needed to see the details - or pinching to get an overlook.
At the relevant place, a black MaxSpeed line appears - the high speed 67.2kn was reached during the My third track: a Freeway Drive track!
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