>Suggestions and Feature Requests>*Any* activity streak widget
Is there a way to do this?
Anyways, I've used the graph to display my runs for the week, and so it shows what type of run, how far, and on what day. Now I know I can make an additional graph for biking. I can also change the settings on my current graph to any activity, but that just shows if it was a bike or a run. Can I have one graph, that shows my bikes, and my runs, with what specific type they are?
Passion is a rather frightening thing because if you have passion you don't know where it will take you.
When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
Yes, but then it only says Run or Bike. I'd like it to say Bike, Long Run, Easy Run, etc.
Yeah, you can't do that with multiple activity types. The sub types only show up when you select an activity type.
I can see why you would want to, but I can also see why you wouldn't. The graphing package eric uses has limitations, so you will have to see if this is something he can change.
I agree with your first suggestion -- I'd like the "streak" widget to be able to have more than one activity behind it.
I think what you want, you can get within an activity (as per sample below), but not across different activities.
I would run down the lane and into the night; Run so fast I swear my feet would fly; But the smell of the world came into my lungs; The sound of the gravel when my legs went numb; And my heart nearly burst right out of my chest...
edit:: And if you were looking at my log, it doesn't look like that, but it's only because I've just picked back up running, so I've only had one logged.
Yeah, that's the graph I have now. It works well enough...multiple activities aren't a big deal.
You know you can do two (or more) graphs and put them all on your summary page, right?
This would at least give you everything in one place.
I'll add any activity streak widget for the next release.
As for the graphs, the code will always group the data to keep the charts simple. I don't plan on changing this behavior in the immediate future.
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