Very much enjoying Leikr, especially with the recent software update to 1.8.23. Most everything is "good enough" and some things are stellar. Some recommendations for more greatness:
Track up v. North up: Allow me to set the map so that it rotates to "track up" orientation. Right now, north is always at the top of the screen. This can be confusing when following a route. Much better to let the map rotate around so that - whatever direction I am moving - the track direction is at the top of the screen.
Workout editor (online) is still exceedingly basic. Would still like to see the ability to set up multiple iterations of similar segments (reference the 10-20-30 workout I mentioned in an earlier thread). So basically add a multiplier for the number of times I should perform each segment of the workout, and add the ability to organize a block of instructions within another segment For example:
8 minute warm up
3 x the following segment
>>5 x the following intervals
>>>10 seconds, fast
>>>20 seconds, medium
>>>30 seconds, slow
>>2 minutes rest
8 minute cool down
Potentially, this is 50 lines of command, and not possible with the current editor. Even doing it partially, to the limit of lines in the editor, is unwieldy.
Setting up workouts like this (with routines and sub-routines) simpilfies both creating and changing them. Change the number of segments = change one line. Change the number of intervals = change one line. Change the time value or speed of the intervals = change 1, 2 or 3 lines.
As it is now, there is no way to make this workout in the editor except to make it as several different workout legs: the warm up, the intervals, and the cool down. Even then, I would have to restart the interval set as many times as I want to complete it (3, 4, 5, etc). I would be left with several workouts, and would be forced to stop and fiddle with Leikr for each leg of the workout. Unlike Leikr itself, this is not a very elegant solution.
Thanks for listening. Really, if these are my only complaints / desires, I guess you're doing pretty well.