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<Score Single Target>
Use this option to score individual targets.

<Start new Competition>
Use this option to score competitions. A competition is a set of two or more targets. For example, if you participate in an ISU Standard Pistol competition/match you will need to score at least three targets: slow-fire, time-fire and rapid-fire targets. Use <Start new Competition> option to combine all targets into one competition, where the final competition score equals the total score for all targets.

<View Single Targets>
Provides you with a list of all your single targets along with target photo, date, score and number of shots. Selecting a target from the list will display a full target image with all details.

<View Competitions>
Displays a list of your competitions. Each competition is represented by a photo of the first competition target, date, number of targets and competition score. Selecting from the list will display all competition details including each target, which is a part of this competition

<Single Target Statistics> and <Competition Statistics>
These two options display respectively target and competition statistics in the form of bar charts, as well as, show the average score, total number of single targets and competitions, and the total number of shots.

<Help>
Displays current help page. Use <Next Page> from the top-right corner of the screen to go to next help page.


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<Score Single Target>
As soon as you tap on this option you will see the camera application screen. At this point you have two choices: take a picture of your target and tap on <Use Photo> or tap on <Cancel> to select a previously taken picture of your target from your photo library. After that, you will see the picture of your target in the single target screen (top-left image). Use the zoom option to get the best view of your target and target holes. Pinch to zoom in/out and drag or swipe to navigate through the zoomed image (see green arrows on top-left image). After zooming-in on the target, you can get a very good view of the target holes (top-right image) with which to perform an accurate score. If you decide that the image is not good enough, you can use the camera button (bottom-left button) to take a new picture or the folder button (to the right of the camera button) to select a picture from your photo library.


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Once you achieved the proper view of your target, you are in a position to start the scoring process. Just long-tap (press and hold for longer than a ¼ second) on the target hole you want to mark (see top-left example). As soon as you lift your finger from the screen, you will be presented with a score menu (see top-right example). Select the appropriate score from 0 to 10 or select cancel to return to the previous screen. On smaller screens, it may be necessary to scroll up or down to reach all score options.


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<Score Single Target>
As soon as you tap on this option you will see the camera application screen. At this point you have two choices: take a picture of your target and tap on <Use Photo> or tap on <Cancel> to select a previously taken picture of your target from your photo library. After that, you will see the picture of your target in the single target screen (top-left image). Use the zoom option to get the best view of your target and target holes. Pinch to zoom in/out and drag or swipe to navigate through the zoomed image (see green arrows on top-left image). After zooming-in on the target, you can get a very good view of the target holes (top-right image) with which to perform an accurate score. If you decide that the image is not good enough, you can use the camera button (bottom-left button) to take a new picture or the folder button (to the right of the camera button) to select a picture from your photo library.


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Repeat this process until you have marked all target holes. At the end, your target image will look similar to the one in the above example. At the top, you can see the total number of shots on your target and next to it is the total target score.
The following functions are available from the toolbar at the bottom of the screen:
- A new picture can be taken, for use, by tapping the camera icon
- A new picture can be selected, for use, from the user’s photo library by tapping the folder icon
- The size of shot score markers can be increased/decreased by tapping the <X1/X2> button
- Tapping the <Hide+> button will (1) hide the average shot position indicator, (2) hide the shot score markers, and (3) restore both the average shot position indicator and the shot score markers - upon subsequent taps
- The <Clear> button will erase all shot score markers from the target
You can always zoom in and out the target image to inspect your target in detail.
When you are finished scoring your target, use the <Save> button in the top-left corner to save your target or tap on <Cancel> to discard the target - both options return you to the main menu.


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After you have saved your scored target, you can select the <View single targets> option from the main menu to see all your saved targets (see the top-left example). From this screen, you can tap on the <+> button in the bottom-left corner to start scoring a new target or tap on the <Edit> button in the top-right corner to edit the target list. As you tap on the <Edit> button, you will be presented with options to delete individual targets by selecting the red minus sign on the left of each target or to change the position of individual target by dragging the multi-line sign on the right of each target up or down (see top-right example). If you want to delete ALL single targets in one step use the <garbage bin button> in the bottom-right corner of the screen. When finished editing use the <Done> button in the top-right corner to exit edit mode. Note that when you delete a target all the associated data are deleted along with the target photo.


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When you select the option <Single target statistics> from the main menu, you will see a bar-chart of all your single target scores. At the bottom of the screen are displayed:

  1. the average score from all targets
  2. total number of targets
  3. total number of shots from all targets.

    1. Use pinch gesture to zoom in/out and drag or swipe to navigate left or right through the chart (see green arrows on the image above).


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Select <Start new competition> option from the main menu to create a new competition. After that, you will see an empty competition screen (i.e. no targets) similar to the one in the top-left corner of this page. Tap on the <+> button in the bottom-left corner to add a new target to your competition. You will see the camera application screen. Follow the same process as the one for scoring a single target: take a picture of the target or select one from your photo library, zoom in/out to obtain an optimum view, tap on each target hole to score it, and save the target. As soon as you save your first target, you will be returned to the new competition screen where your new target will appear on the top of the list. Note at the top of the screen the Targets counter has increased by 1 and the Score counter has increased by the score of the newly added target.


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Repeat this process to add all your competition targets. In the example shown in the top-left image, the competition contains 3 targets; the counters at the top of the screen have updated to show 3 targets and the total score of all targets in the competition. Tap the <Save> button to save your newly created competition. If you select <View competitions> from the main menu, you will see your newly added competition in the list of competitions, represented by the image of the first target in your competition (see top-right example). You can use the <+> button to start a new competition or tap on the <Edit> button to edit your competition list. The edit process is the same as the one for editing single target list described earlier in this help document.


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Select <Competition statistics> option from the main menu to see the history of your competitions in the form of bar-chart along with:

1- Average score from all competitions
2- Total number of competitions
3 - Total number of all shots from all single targets, which are part of competitions.

The top-left image represents an example of View Competitions screen, which displays a list of two competitions. The top-right image shows the corresponding score chart and the associated statistical data related to these two competitions. You can navigate through the chart in the same way as described in the <Single Target Statistics> section earlier.