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The temp info is only for the D9 for now (in the graph field). I don't know if it will be possible to implement that info for computers other than the D9 in future versions. Hopefully the next version will have editable profiles so that info can be manually entered.
Originally Posted by kenlt
It looks like the temperature is still a flat 32 degrees (F). Or do I need to re-download the data from the computer?
The average depth has been fixed. However, the "water temp MAX. depth" doesn't indicate the right number. For example, the "Profile" shows 46 F. at 50 ft for 2 min. But, the "Dive details" indicates "48 F." I know Suunto is working hard on this matter, but it always needs 2% revision......LOL~~~