Direct Entry

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Summary

There are 3 types of events where direct entry is allowed.
An event which:
1. every runner use direct entry
2. direct entry is allowed, and the direct entry class is separated from the preliminary entry class
3. direct entry is allowed, and the direct entry class is not separated from the preliminary entry class

1. An event which every runner use direct entry
In this case, it is recommended to use ESPRESSO2 instead of Mulka2. If you want to use Mulka2, please refer to 3.(An event which direct entry is allowed, and the direct entry class is not separated from the preliminary entry class) for instructions.

2. An event which direct entry is allowed, and the direct entry class is separated from the preliminary entry class
Although you do not know the names of runners, you can still prepare a startlist file(Startlist.dat) with start time, start number and EMIT/SPORTident card number. Leave the name field empty.
If the direct entry runner will use his own EMIT/SPORTident card, leave the EMIT/SPORTident card number field empty. Look below for instructions to input runners' data in Mulka 2.

3. An event which direct entry is allowed, and the direct entry class is not separated from the preliminary entry class
In this case, it is difficult to prepare a startlist file(Startlist.dat) beforehand. Therefore, the only thing you can do is to directly input the runners' data in Mulka 2 on the day of the race.
Each runner's start number should be unique. Therefore, decide how to give out start numbers to each runner without duplication. (It is recommended to use the runner's EMIT/SPORTident card number as his start number.)

How to input runners' data in Mulka 2

Menu : [Input/Edit] > [Direct Entry]

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Input new runner's start number and fill his personal information.

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  • If startlist.csv of other races exist in the 'Orienteer' folder, similar runners' name will be displayed when inputting.
  • To store startlist.csv for this feature, click 'Import orienteer database' button.



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