split function, noone mode, tomtom runner 1

mmj1337
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is there a split button in noone mode?

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  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,973
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    You are mixing up splits and laps. Splits are automatic recordings taken by the watch at a set distance, laps are user controlled and can be based on time, distance or manual. Below are the instructions on how to activate each but with a Runner 1 I am not sure that both modes were available so if you do not see the menu options it means it is not a feature for your watch.

    How to get there: Activity screen > Press down > TRAINING > SPLITS.

    Select this option to switch ON or OFF split times for any GPS-based activity. Splits are off by default but when switched on, you get an alert and a split time for your current pace at the end of each mile or kilometer.

    Splits can be used with any GPS-based activity or outdoor activity.

    Note: Split times can be used together with other training modes.


    How to get there: Activity screen > Move Down > Training > Laps> Time, Distance, or Manual.

    Select this option to measure your activity against set lap times, distances or by manually recording when you complete a lap.

    You can set up your watch to measure laps in three ways:

    Time - select this option to set a duration for a lap. After you start your activity, your watch alerts you when the time for each lap passes. If you set a lap time of 1 minute, your watch alerts you each minute and the screen shows the number of laps completed.
    Distance - select this option to set the length of a lap. After you start your activity, your watch alerts you whenever you reach the target distance for one lap. If you set a lap distance of 400 m, your watch alerts you after each 400 m you cover and the screen shows the number of laps completed.
    Manual - select this option to record yourself when you complete a lap. To mark the end of a lap, touch the right side of the watch screen, in the same place you touch to show the back light.
    Your watch shows the number of laps completed and alerts you that a lap is complete.
  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,973
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    No, there is no way to remap the buttons, the instructions above are the only way to do it.

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  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,973
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    What is noone mode?
  • mmj1337
    mmj1337 Registered Users Posts: 3
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    tfarabaugh wrote: »
    What is noone mode?

    ordinary
  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,973
     Superuser
    Answer ✓
    You are mixing up splits and laps. Splits are automatic recordings taken by the watch at a set distance, laps are user controlled and can be based on time, distance or manual. Below are the instructions on how to activate each but with a Runner 1 I am not sure that both modes were available so if you do not see the menu options it means it is not a feature for your watch.

    How to get there: Activity screen > Press down > TRAINING > SPLITS.

    Select this option to switch ON or OFF split times for any GPS-based activity. Splits are off by default but when switched on, you get an alert and a split time for your current pace at the end of each mile or kilometer.

    Splits can be used with any GPS-based activity or outdoor activity.

    Note: Split times can be used together with other training modes.


    How to get there: Activity screen > Move Down > Training > Laps> Time, Distance, or Manual.

    Select this option to measure your activity against set lap times, distances or by manually recording when you complete a lap.

    You can set up your watch to measure laps in three ways:

    Time - select this option to set a duration for a lap. After you start your activity, your watch alerts you when the time for each lap passes. If you set a lap time of 1 minute, your watch alerts you each minute and the screen shows the number of laps completed.
    Distance - select this option to set the length of a lap. After you start your activity, your watch alerts you whenever you reach the target distance for one lap. If you set a lap distance of 400 m, your watch alerts you after each 400 m you cover and the screen shows the number of laps completed.
    Manual - select this option to record yourself when you complete a lap. To mark the end of a lap, touch the right side of the watch screen, in the same place you touch to show the back light.
    Your watch shows the number of laps completed and alerts you that a lap is complete.
  • mmj1337
    mmj1337 Registered Users Posts: 3
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    tfarabaugh wrote: »
    Manual - select this option to record yourself when you complete a lap. To mark the end of a lap, touch the right side of the watch screen, in the same place you touch to show the back light.
    Your watch shows the number of laps completed and alerts you that a lap is complete.

    can i change this button to watch screen(she sometimes badly pressed in the rain) to move right button?
  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,973
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    Answer ✓
    No, there is no way to remap the buttons, the instructions above are the only way to do it.