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Scoring Multiple Classes

If you want to score multiple classes the programs will do this. My advice is:

When using SeeYou V6

1) Set up a Flights folder for each class. There does not need to be separate Scoring folders. SeeYou can work with the one.
2) Create a cuc file for each class and save in the Contest folder (V7 of SeeYou no longer supports this).
3) Link the calculator to the cuc files using the classes feature on the Handicap Task Calculator advanced options form.
4) When you create tasks use the class selector to identify the handicap range and use a descriptive name for the task that includes the class.
5) Merge pilot information from each cuc file into the LoggerPilotGliderHandicap file using the PILOTS menu item in the Handicap Task Scoring program.

Process each class separately as flight evidence arrives.

When using SeeYou V7

1) Set up a Flights folder for each class. There does not need to be separate Scoring folders. SeeYou can work with the one.
2) Enter the handicap ranges for each class using the advanced options form.
3) When you create tasks use the class selector to identify the handicap range and use a descriptive name for the task that includes the class.
4) Create a LoggerPilotGliderHandicaps.csv file using the scoring program, notepad, or Excel that includes all pilots from all classes. See here and in the FAQs

Process each class separately as flight evidence arrives.

When using SeeYou V8

1) Set up a Flights folder for each class. There does not need to be separate Scoring folders. SeeYou can work with the one.
2) Export the pilot data into a txt file for each class and save in the Contest folder.
3) Link the calculator to the txt files using the classes feature on the Handicap Task Calculator advanced options form.
4) When you create tasks use the class selector to identify the handicap range and use a descriptive name for the task that includes the class.
5) Merge pilot information from each txt file into the LoggerPilotGliderHandicap file using the PILOTS menu item in the Handicap Task Scoring program.

Process each class separately as flight evidence arrives.