Interesting ... (you can go delete the workouts I added). You didn't have any saved routes in your log. So, you are forced to use the Use One Time Route option when adding an event. If you don't do that, the event won't save.<br><br>
Also, when no routes are saved, there is an empty drop down box as well as a blank text box where the Route Name section is.<br><br>
I tested this out in all 3 browsers in my siggy.
I can't add an event. I don't see where that is. I'm using IE 6 here at work. They won't let us use IE 7. Is that the problem? I should try from home, but I thought I had. Maybe I've just been trying here.<br><br>
I edited today's workout that you added without any problems
Wait. I'm not a moron. I thought I was just not putting the cursor over the correct spot. It turns out I still can't post from work. But I can from home...if I visit there again. Fucking work. angry9:
I find the clicking spot to add an event a bit confusing, because you hover and the little box shows up and my first impulse is to click on the box that appears not the point that causes the box to appear. Perhaps if the entire square for that date triggers the "add event" event if you click on the square it would be easier, or maybe it would be even less useful if something were already in that day and you wanted to add another event?<br><br>
Am I talking out of my ass here?
It doesn't sound like it. I think if you were it wouldn't come out so clearly and it be a bit more muffled.<br><br>
I found it confusing too. At first, i didn't think I could add events on my home computer, but I can once I found it. I can't do it at all from work.
Heehee! Maybe I take my pantses off before I start talking out of my ass...<br><br>
Yea, confusing. Initially, I thought why does the box I need to click keep disappearing? Functionally, it would make more sense to have the "+" sign visible all the time, perhaps.