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Apologies if I have missed the feature but when you have open the dialogue for past flight logs and selected an entry, when you want to move to the next or previous flight, you have to close that window, select the logs again and wait for it to load the log entries before selecting the entry you wish to move.

The request is to add next/previous (up/down) controls in the log detail page to remove that cumbersome navigation.

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This question is usually asked by people who want to scroll through their flights looking at the times, to put into a logbook. We have a feature that specifically produces a table of all your flight logs with their times, it's called View All Flight Times. Does that help?
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Tim Dawson - 11/11/2021 10:46:44 AM
This question is usually asked by people who want to scroll through their flights looking at the times, to put into a logbook. We have a feature that specifically produces a table of all your flight logs with their times, it's called View All Flight Times. Does that help?

Tim, thank you for the quick and helpful response. That feature is useful but there would still be occasions when the feature I mentioned would be useful to view the flight details such on the map and deal with partial tracks from GPS or SkyEcho drop outs and hence combine logs, etc. It also would be helpful to have the feature to correct aircraft details.

Edited 11/11/2021 11:25:46 PM by captchaos
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Thanks for giving that extra information. This is the right forum to suggest such things, as when other people weigh in with their thoughts it helps us decide which things to give priority to.
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Tim Dawson - 11/12/2021 9:48:29 AM
Thanks for giving that extra information. This is the right forum to suggest such things, as when other people weigh in with their thoughts it helps us decide which things to give priority to.

Tim, I would just like to thank you and the team for adding this function. much appreciated.

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