allow input of score as a time value instead of an integer. Example "1:23.456".
For race-like tournaments with timed results, it would be nice to input the actual time as the score, where a lower time would win. Example: "1:23.456" for 1 minute, 23 seconds and 456 milliseconds.
Wolff Yesenia commented
Currently, round robin competitions for timed races that use points rather than time are uncomfortable at best. It would be simpler if there was a method to have "lowest time wins." https://geometry-dash.onl/
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【GMC】 EaglePB2 commented
For a lot of reason, this is indeed the biggest feature that I hope it would be added in timed mode :D
As for my hosting UHC matches, we had indeed to record their surviving time in a set instead of making 3 sets to record down hours, minutes and seconds, which make the things weird.
Kevin Benson commented
This and adding a feature to put down qualifying times. An option in the setting for "racing" is much needed. We use your software for racing and we have no way of entering in times for qualifying so that it seeds everyone based on fastest lap. Everyone wants to see there time after to brag. Thank you for your consideration!
This is a MUCH needed option for any competition that uses time as its means of determining a winner!!!
Right now round robin tournaments with points instead of time is awkward at best for timed races. A way to have "lowest time wins" would make life easier.
Ping Zero commented
I would like this feature to please.
Use it for LAN Partys. (Forza 4, and Speed runs with Alien Swarm).