staffann wrote:Another way would be to look at splits, show custom splits and mark splits where you want them to be. Then you can see things like time, distance, avg speed/pace for each split. I'm sure that there are even more ways of doing this...
$ sudo gem install mechanize choice highline
$ ruby ./disconnect.rb -u PUT.MY.USER.NAME.HERE
Enter your password: **********
Loaded login page.
Sent login information.
Spudski wrote:Hi Adam,
I'm having the same issue as everyone else, whereby i want to bulk add my garmin connect files into sport tracks for analysis.
Can you explain what i need to do when using the above process?
old_man_biking wrote:Afaik, Ruby is available for Windows as well. So after installation of Ruby the script should run!?!
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