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Old 04-08-2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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Deleting Gas Log Entry

Is there a way to delete a gas log entry? Or, could the admin possibly do it for me?

I was going to be cute and put a ridiculously high economy rating on the HPV... Not realizing that there's a running top10 list... So I have inadvertently skewed it with something like 50,000 mpg (and it gave me a helluva hard time trying to enter that :P).

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Old 04-08-2007, 12:57 PM   #2
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My mod powers are not great enough, perhaps matt can help.
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*laughs hysterically* I think you can just click 'edit' and make it 0 miles and 0 gallons used. I did that to one of my gaslog entries and it was gone by the next day.
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*laughs hysterically* I think you can just click 'edit' and make it 0 miles and 0 gallons used. I did that to one of my gaslog entries and it was gone by the next day.
Thanks When I posted I was getting "connection reset" errors... As if division by zero was screwing it up :P

This time, I just got an sql error, but it cleared it up for me :P

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Hmmm... A faired HPV should only be in the hundreds of mpg equivalent area. Unless the rider grows their own food w/o any fossil fuels.
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I think I may have originally programmed it to delete entries with 0s, but I can't remember. I'm currently working on a new garage that will have this capability.

I'll go in and delete it though now if it is still there.
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Hmmm... A faired HPV should only be in the hundreds of mpg equivalent area. Unless the rider grows their own food w/o any fossil fuels.
Off course it would have to offset by any Methane produced, especially if you eat a lot of beans or broccoli

Fun Fact: The BBC show "Top Gear" actually powered 2 vehicles on methane from poo -- Cow vs. Human. It was a real gas.
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Haha! I gotta see that! And it would offset only by how much methane was trapped and used.
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*laughs hysterically* I think you can just click 'edit' and make it 0 miles and 0 gallons used. I did that to one of my gaslog entries and it was gone by the next day.
That worked for me, I set all inputs to 0, and there were no divide-by-zero. Next day it was gone.

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