Same thing happens to me. I have a feeling that it happens using Firefox on Windows 7 and Windows 8, but not using Firefox on Kubuntu, although I may be wrong.
"Time to derailment" would be awesome. I guess this would be doable if/when you switch to HTML5 for the graphs?Robin shared this idea ·
Like Dan, I have trouble planning more than one work-out ahead. But something related to Robert's idea would be useful to me: I often wonder how much I need to work out to have at least N days of safety buffer. For that, the "bare min" is not enough.
One solution is to do the math. Another is to enter the planned data points, see what happens to the road, then delete the data points. Neither solution is ideal.
Sharing is pretty huge, but can you say what exactly you mean by “a secure way”? Do you need a way to guarantee that only specific people see your graph, and that those people would have to have beeminder accounts themselves (to ensure you’re sharing with only those you intend)? If you just give the URL of your graph to those you want to share your goal with, that may be the best of all worlds, unless you’re super paranoid about the URL falling into the wrong hands. That’s our own philosophy, anyway. Others may have different privacy needs so we’re eager to hear more feedback on this.
I can think of two ways of sharing which would be useful:
1. I'd like to share a secret goal with only some people (sending them a long ugly URL, à la Flickr, would be fine).
2. I'd like to share a goal without people being able to get to my goal list.
I'll expand on number 2: most of my goals are public, and I'm happy with that. I don't mind if someone curious enough manages to dig them up. On the other hand, I don't necessarily want to share all my graphs with all my Facebook friends. There is a difference between allowing data to be found and putting it in front of everyone's face.
I have one goal I would be happy to share with my Facebook friends, at least in part to advertize Beeminder. But if I do, they will be two clicks away from all my other goals, and I don't want that.
Working on this! And we should emphasize that the specific problem is now solved (see x-min etc in graph settings) but it will be much nicer when you can just pan and zoom visually.
That’s a really good idea!
(The way we’re generating the graph images currently makes that easier said than done, so this might be a while, but we agree it’s worth doing.)