What was new this week?

Here is a summary for week 44 of new features, changes, bug fixes, and content, which didn’t get their own posts:

ZwiftMap: Use Npcap

To use the network capture features in ZwiftMap for Windows the recommendation is to use Npcap, installed with the WinPcap compatibility option.1

Events: See all Steering events

The ‘Steering allowed’ filter in the ZwiftHacks event list has just been changed to show all the events with ‘steering’ or ‘steeringrace’ tags.

Here is a canned search for the ‘Steering allowed’ events:


You find ‘Steering allowed’ in the section ‘Rules’:

Events: Show power up distribution

If an event is configured with special power up probabilities it will be in the event facts section. Here is an example from an ZHQ steering race:

Routes: Bug fix for unchecking route

In some cases a route could not be unchecked in the Routes list. It has been fixed.

Read more about how to keep track of route badges here: A new way to track your route badges.

Events: Filter events on checked / unchecked routes

If you use the new way to track your route badges you may like to know that you can filter events by routes you have checked or not checked:

Events: Fence

This is actually a few weeks old, but it is worth mentioning that you can filter fenced events. Most fenced events are configured with the No kick mode, but some are actually configured to Zap flyers.

Events: More teams / community groups added

More teams / community groups have been added to the filters:

  1. WinPcap and WinPcap10 are outdated and do not work properly in recent Windows 10 versions. []

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