As a supporter you are granted early access to selected new features on theCrag. See here for more information. The new ticking interface is currently available to supporters only for beta testing. This help article describes what it does and what it does not do yet. Please report all suggestions and issues in the Release Forum.
With iteration 4 of the new ticking interface we fix several issues and add multi-pitch logging to the interface - see below for details.
- The date fetches the current local date from your client
- The “Who with” logic is improved and remembers fellow users and non-users during the same session (and for the next)
- Tick types are presented for easier selection (see also “Functions not yet available”)
- The route quality can be selected from the list of icons
- The “Advanced Fields” section allows for private ascent comments
- You can now enter the number of attempts per session
- You can now add tags to your ascent which allows the recording of eg the use of kneepads or other parameters
- You can now override the route name.
- You can override the grade - if you climed the route in a unusual way/variation.
- You can provide a difficulty feedback - if you think that the grade of the route is to hard/easy.
- You can now override the route gear style, meaning you can for example free climb (eg trad) an aid route (ascent gear style).
- The interface loops you through all routes selected for ticking.
- Once you are done ticking, the system presents you with a summary of your ascenst with some basic statistical information.
- Use the slide to select a subset of pitches in case you haven't climbed all and click on the respective Pitch to enter details.
- You may now change the gear style per pitch (eg if you aided a sports pitch) and select the corresponding tick type.
- The Lead by field allows you to select yourself or the partners from the "With" field.
- Improved logic and clean up of tick types per gear style
- Improved matching of gear styles, ascent gear styles and tick type matching (eg top roping a boulder)