Originally Posted by beechum1
or once you find the tulip and click on it, doesn't it take you to the point? Maybe that's a better option so that there's not two different pieces of information happening......
He's talking between tulips. Say you have tulips at 10 and 12 miles. Then while pre-running you find a wash out (danger) at 11.35 miles. It can be difficult to add a new track handle at exactly 11.35 miles. Especially if the track has many trackpoints between the two waypoints.
I imagine that it's easier to type "11.35" and let the computer figure out where on the track that is.