I think the other replies summarized it quite well, but the biggest issue is related to it staying open until user closes it manually. Without a way to close it from the companion app, users need to get off the bike to close it from the keyboard, which can get pretty frustrating between short events like Tiny race series.
Even after auto-joining another race event after completing one, the screen stays open without any user input. I think the easiest solution is to add a 60-sec countdown to the results screen, after which it closes automatically.
Is anyone suffering server disconnects since 1.47?
I’ve done 3 races since the latest update and all 3 have had multiple server disconnects where all riders disappear. Nothing in my setup has changed except for the client update.
I’m hardwired to the router and have 900mbps down and 110mbps up. Windows 10 machine.
My girlfriend is zwifting at the same time on tv hardwired to same connection and has zero issues (neither have I for the last 12 months).
It’s killing my experience.
Ran the log file through zwiftaliser and it confirms all the TCP and UDP disconnects.
Probably also not recommended, but you can rename ZwiftApp to something else (ZwiftApp.bak) and then rename ZwiftAppSilicon to ZwiftApp - using the launcher will work as normal but use the silicon version… Not sure what will happen when it updates, but I’ll worry about that then!
Phased rollout of native Apple Silicon support has begun to Macs with M1 / M2 processors. Barring any unforeseen issues, rollout will be complete by September 12 / 13 depending on your local time zone. See this thread for details and FAQ.
Is the new defer feature of the latest launcher though only as long as your first event and the update happens as soon as you ‘end ride’ or save? Is it possible to install this new launcher before installing 1.47 ? Or is 1.47 going to install first no matter what and the defer feature only applies to future updates?
I noticed with the new versions that when you change camera or use an emoticon the “drop-down” stays open. It would be nice after pressing it would go back to default. I believe I saw this with companion app, and perhaps also on ATV when controlled with Zwift play (but not to sure about that)