Originally Posted by JonathanGennick
Even at that, the elapsed time is off. It won't be perfectly in sync with the other two values.
And sometimes one wants to reset whilst driving. In the old days, one would simply push a button on the dash, and job done! Now I have to push and scroll and hold, and do that three times. It's a laughable approach.
In the old days, elapsed time was based on your wrist watch - there was no elapsed trip timer in the car. If the elapsed time is reset last, it is within a few seconds of your actual launch. That's how I did it when flying in combat.
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