Before starting MaximumTrainer, try to close any ANT+ software (garmin express, ANT+ agent, etc.)
On startup, it should find your Stick and show it at the bottom right.
Let me know if this resolve your issue.
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If you have a power curve for the Minoura 270, I will gladly add it.
1,2,3,4,5 are for trainer with a level resistance, the power curve will be different depending on which level you are on.
As for the repeat change, if you have more than 5 intervals, what you can do is select the first interval line (click the first line, first column)
Then go to the last interval you want in your loop and shift click the line
You will get all line selected, then you can click the "Repeat" button on the left
I have in mind what zwift, trainerroad, and similar platforms can do to recreate real-world rides on virtual platforms. I wouldn't want to do that exactly on Maximum trainer, but with enough data-smoothing, it would be great to have a baseline of power and cadence data from a real ride (say a race) that I could then train to on MT.
Did it several times, no error anything. It looks fine and here the ping on my phone the link to strava is up and ready and nothing ever shows up at Peaks. I re-installed twice no change. I get the account linked confirmation.
@admin Hi Max,
Just started riding again. I didn't rerun the workout but have been using it for other workouts since then without issue. I'm wondering is this was a CPU issue related to Win10 wonderful updating during usage. It's a 7 year old dual core laptop with 6GB memory.
On the history aspect. I deleted all my old workouts (fit) in the History folder. When I looked at the workout list after refreshing, it still showed the workouts I did previously as 'Done'. I found the right-click, 'Select as undone' option and removed them as done so now I see only my current workouts as Being accomplished. No worries for now.
The accepted range is just for display purpose,
The target set on the trainer will always be the one in the middle of the range (the real target). The target is updated every second and sent to the trainer.
In a flat interval, that means the trainer will not change the resistance during the interval. On progressive interval, the target will be changed multiple time to adjust to the new target. How you perform on a interval has no significance on the target, it is unforgiving like that :)