Ok, maybe I've missed it but I can't figure out why Stop/Pause functions the way that it does.
I't seems to me the only thing it does is to introduce an unintended lap into the recorded move. Stop does not Stop the clock. When I hit Stop I want it to stop taking data and Wait until I restart. I don't want the time between the button presses to be included in my move. I would think this would be the primary reason why you would hit the Stop/Pause button. If I wanted a lap I'd hit the Lap button. If I wanted the data and time included I'd leave it alone.
This has me puzzled. Why have a Stop that doesn't Stop?
It wouldn't be so bad if Movescount would report a Moving Average that did not include my 'paused' time but it doesn't.
I also find it humorous that those Paused laps all show a Max Speed?!?!?
Again, maybe I've missed the point and if so maybe someone can enlighten me.