Sorry but I've not used aliases before. Can you step me through
setting up an alias and allocating to certain races.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Townsend <s_mark_townsend@...>
It is a little complicated but you should be able to accomplish
want you want through the use of aliases.
Create an entry for each boat in their own fleet (division
Create an alias for each boat in each special fleet for which they
qualify. (Monohulls, Classic, Family, etc.)
Create an alias for each boat in a Corected time fleet.
Create an alias for each boat in an Elapsed time fleet and set the
handicap rule to one design for that fleet.
When you enter the finish times you will only need to enter it for
the division entry, the other fleet entries will inherit the start
and finish time from the division entry.
Play around with it using a small sample first to make sure it
works for you.
I have managed to score a five hundred boat regatta with very
Mark Townsend s_mark_townsend@...
To: sailwave@...: pattersonsqld@...: Sun, 3 Feb 2008 06:17:06
+0000Subject: [sailwave] Divisions - Seperate & Combined Results
We are holding a Regatta which will have 5 divisions. 2 days of
racing Combining Corrected times for the result.Various divisions
will have prizes allocated both seperately and combined. I will try
to outline them to clarify.Each division has their own individual
result.Divisions 1, 2 & 3 (monohulls)are combined for 1 prize.
A "Classic" Division will be made up from some boats in Div 1,2,&
3.A "Family" Division from all divisions.Div 4 (multihulls) have
their own divisional prize.Div 5 (sportsboats) have their own
division.A Fastest Elapsed prize All Divisions.A Last on Handicap
prize All Divisions.There will also be and overall CBH prize which
all divisions are included.I believe it is simple to setup but I
believe the terminology is holding me back.I'm running 1.94 B29 (not
wanting to update until after the Regatta this coming weekend).
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