Data labels too small

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    Pablo Faroni

    Noticed today. Agree with comment and not sure the reason for making a smaller font. Same number of fields. Just harder to see.

    A step backwards. Tried on device and computer to see if there was an option to revert back. If someone could advise how to revert this back to larger font I'd appreciate. 

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    Alexander van den Dobbelsteen

    Very good @Tony Sikes!

    A lot of threads/feedback already on the new FONT size. Including mine.

    But pictures are better than words.  And this shows exactly the confusion why Hammerhead users do not understand why Font-size has changed this way and is felt as a step back.


    Thanks, Alexander

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    Johnny Pugh

    Seeing the photo above that compares the Garmin 1030 data field font to the Karoo, it’s obvious that Garmin does a much better job. Garmin balances the font size for the data field label and the data itself in a way that makes them both very readable. And it’s not just the size of the font that Garmin uses, It’s the boldness that helps my eyes see the data. The Karoo’s data font size is bigger than Garmin’s, but the bolder font on the Garmin is easier to read.

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    Hari Krishnan

    Hi all,

    Thanks for sharing your feedback and suggestions.The Product team is working on further enhancements to the Data field Layout and font size and your feedback are very helpful for us to improve. We will make sure that the voice from the community are  heard.

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    Pablo Faroni

    Thanks. I'm OK with the data field layout (use 5x2) and the text labels, as once setup we get used to where the info is. Now taking the nice bold fold and make it small and hard to read is the part that I don't get it. Obviously I don't see the use of smaller fonts in the same grid, but I'm taking this was not done by an error. So if there is a way to at least select the previous bold font or the new skinny font it may OK for the many of us used to the previous font. Thanks 

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    Ross Jantz

    Plus 1 on the font size and while you're at it, please increase the weight of the short-term average speed trend arrow (the almost invisible bit above or below the colored dot that indicates overall average trend) by at least one more pixel. It is practically invisible on a black screen/white text display (its very slightly easier to read with white screen/black text, but not by much).

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    Jonathan Maloney

    I agree 100. The fonts need to be bigger

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    Pablo Faroni

    I was looking for any update in font size from this thread and found a different one with same reports on smaller font size. Just more people being frustrated.

    What I (seems like we) can't understand is why the change and why going back to the previous font where everyone seems to like better is that difficult. Ans why hammerhead is silent about...

    Will Hammerhead wait until a bunch of people to start going away and worse, tell others why they are going (or returning) to other brands?

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    Marco Soldano

    Just thinking about this today. 

    Also note how the Garmin has the units with the number, not in the label.

    I can't read the labels without reading glasses (which I'm not wearing when II'm riding)

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    Good information ..and valuable

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    Gilles muoy

    well, in the present case, it's a good reminder: the data labels are still too small 😉!

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    Colin Vincent

    Gilles, indeed. one of several flaws in the look of the current UI. From an original UI that didn’t need fixing in the first place.

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    Hari Krishnan

    Hi Everyone, Thank you for all your valuable inputs and we believe we have made some significant improvements to the data fields and fonts over these months based on user's feedback. More iterations for better usability are already in the works and expect to see those in the coming months.

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    Tony Sikes

    Hari

      It's been 10 months and now I am on a Karoo 2.  I know you guys worked on the fonts some to make them more legible but the font size is still WAY too small.  From your picture you look like a pretty young guy.  When you get up there in years things get harder to read.  If you look at the original picture I posted of the Garmin vs Karoo you can see the difference is huge.  At this point, I just have to memorize where all the fields are located as there is no way I can read the data labels at a glance.  My corrected vision is 20/15 so I am not blind in fact I have great vision.  Problem is as you get older your ability to quickly change focal lengths gets harder.

      Help please

      Thanks    Tony

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    Jason Horton

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    David Fox

    Totally agree. The data field labels are way to small. Even with sunglass readers they are too small to see when riding. I look forward to an improvement. Thanks

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    Benno Zwanenburg

    Not only datafields but also all Strava icons and information are much too small.


    A few updates ago the data labels are all upper case which was much better for readability. Now they have changed it into lowercase the readability is worse or even bad.

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    Reinhard Plietsch

    TO ALL who want to support this request: Pls focus your votes on this request: https://support.hammerhead.io/hc/en-us/community/posts/1260803144990-Use-the-Space-How-it-is-vs-how-it-could-be-

    Otherwise votes are diluted over many different low-vote requests, however they all target the same big issue with the Karoo software: Waste of space and missing flexibility for data fields formatting / screen real estate economy... The link takes you to the top-rated request regarding this weakness, so let's combine all our votes on this one to finally make the dev team moving - after TWO years of ignoring us...

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