@eddiegrinwald Ahhhhh, gotcha. Thank you!! That makes sense.
I incorrectly anticipated how the calendar works on this front.
I had originally planned to do the 3 hr Erin Hills ride, but the group cancelled, so I did my own different ride.
I had added the Erin Hills ride as a planned event on my calendar earlier in the week, but didn’t complete it, and obvi didn’t click it as completed.
I thought because I didn’t complete the planned ride, or mark it as completed, it would just disappear, and the actual ride that I did would overwrite it.
But it totally makes sense; I added it as a planned ride, so ya, in a way, I was “telling the system” that I wanted to hit that training goal, kinda thing. So it was then telling me “Hey, you babied out on that ride, it was shorter than planned, you are short of your weekly planned HRS & TSS.”
I was able to Edit → Delete the old planned ride, and that corrected the issue.
As a heads up to yourself & the dev team: The TR calendar behaviour on this is a bit odd.
When you record the actual ride, even though in the background TR has associated it with the planned ride, it records it as a separate event, and keeps the original planned ride as a separate event also. But it doesn’t show that on the day in your calendar, as it usually shows multiple events on the same day. So I didn’t see it. It only shows you when you open that day. Pic below.
Seems a bit confusing, no? Shouldn’t it be the ride, like it should be “Erin Hills Ride”, and record the ride data as the ride, instead of saving it as a separate event? IDK. Maybe there’s a reason it’s been setup to work like this? Comparing planned vs actual?
But if there is a reason to record it as separate, shouldn’t it show that on the calendar, that the planned ride still exists on that day, the same as the display is if you do two rides in one day?
The way it displays now shows pretty clearly that it is not there, and indeed has disappeared / been overwritten w the actual ride data.
Thanks again for your help!
Note: Below shot is from exact same circumstance, in a different week. Hence name is “Dundas”, instead of “Erin Hills”. I had already fixed the Erin Hills day before I thought to take this shot!!