Hey mfred, please post a screenshot if possible
Yes I have seen this issue, it seems like a vlc-qt issue.
There is a post open there
Not much progress since then..
Tried removing the parent (this) and it does not fix the issue here.
You can use the webVideo player in the meantime for Netflix video and others.
This is normal behavior for tests, it is not possible to skip some part of the test since the test result need all intervals and data to be able to have a correct result at the end (non zero values)
The test interval does not use erg mode so that you can decide yourself what kind of power you want to give. If you stay under the target for too long, the workout will end for the MAP test.
In this part of the test, you should switch gear and try to aim for the center of the power target.
Let me know if you have more questions,
I could not reproduce on my side
Just to note, the timer rely on your computer processing power, so if you are running lot of other app in the background, it is possible MaximumTrainer get left out for some time, and the timer could loose some time there.
You could try to close the app you don't use that could be taking your cpu