Training log software recommendations

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  1. Cal

    Cal Guest

    I need to replace my training log software, The Athlete's Diary, ver
    4., with something else. I've used this program since the Windows
    5.1 version. Up until the recently marketed XP version, I was completely satisfied. I bought the
    upgrade to the XP version and there are serious bugs in it. If a log entry contains an error in
    distance, time, or pace, it cannot be edited. The entry must me deleted and re-entered. I have
    contacted the company, Stevens Creek Software several times, but have gotten no response after
    "We'll look into it..." several months ago. Several e-mails since that have been unanswered.

    I would go back to the previous version, but it was a downloaded purchased upgrade and the XP
    version installation made this impossible.

    It is a shame such a good product is no longer supported by the people who sell it. I hate to start
    over, since this has been my way for so many years, but I won't endure its problems any further.

    Recommendations, please?

    Thanks, in advance.

    Cal
     
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  2. Rivermist

    Rivermist Guest

    I also upgraded to the new version, and am sorry I did.

    Still, I don't think there is anything better out there.

    "cal" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > I need to replace my training log software, The Athlete's Diary, ver
    > 4., with something else. I've used this program since the Windows
    > 3.1 version. Up until the recently marketed XP version, I was completely satisfied. I bought the
    > upgrade to the XP version and there are serious bugs in it. If a log entry contains an error in
    > distance, time, or pace, it cannot be edited. The entry must me deleted and re-entered. I have
    > contacted the company, Stevens Creek Software several times, but have gotten no response after
    > "We'll look into it..." several months ago. Several e-mails since that have been unanswered.
    >
    > I would go back to the previous version, but it was a downloaded purchased upgrade and the XP
    > version installation made this impossible.
    >
    > It is a shame such a good product is no longer supported by the people who sell it. I hate to
    > start over, since this has been my way for so many years, but I won't endure its problems any
    > further.
    >
    > Recommendations, please?
    >
    > Thanks, in advance.
    >
    > Cal
     
  3. In article <[email protected]>, cal <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I need to replace my training log software, The Athlete's Diary, ver
    >4., with something else. I've used this program since the Windows
    >3.1 version. Up until the recently marketed XP version, I was completely satisfied. I bought the
    > upgrade to the XP version and there are serious bugs in it. If a log entry contains an error in
    > distance, time, or pace, it cannot be edited. The entry must me deleted and re-entered. I have
    > contacted the company, Stevens Creek Software several times, but have gotten no response after
    > "We'll look into it..." several months ago. Several e-mails since that have been unanswered.
    >
    >I would go back to the previous version, but it was a downloaded purchased upgrade and the XP
    >version installation made this impossible.
    >
    >It is a shame such a good product is no longer supported by the people who sell it. I hate to start
    >over, since this has been my way for so many years, but I won't endure its problems any further.
    >
    >Recommendations, please?

    Try Velocipede http://spiderman.novit.no/dahls/Velo/

    Jørn Dahl-Stamnes, EDB Teamco AS e-mail: [email protected] (remove nospam first)
    web: http://spiderman.novit.no/dahls/
     
  4. Royce Smith

    Royce Smith Guest

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