I have a problem, and I wonder if anyone else has ever seen it.
I made a personalized touring plan for USF, and included most of the attractions (except HP; we have a separate day set aside for the Boy Wizard). My plan day is about 6 months out, and Universal just announced hours, so I updated my plan to cover the whole day (7am to 7pm with early entry), and hit “Optimize” to see how it was looking.
The optimizer is always setting my first step to Woody Woodpecker’s Nuthouse Coaster (hours: 10am-7pm). Always. So, my plan starts 3 hours after park open. I tried moving it to later in the day, but it always gets put at step 1 when I optimize.
So, I thought I would try to move things around and evaluate, to get an idea of how much we could see, but when I move Fast & Furious to an early part of the day, Evaluate doesn’t have a guess for how long the wait will be. From that step to the end of the plan, every column is “NA” instead of a number.
This is really surprising. I’ve been using TP and making touring plans for about 5 years, and I’ve always gotten decent results from the Optimizer, but this is my first trip to UOR, so this is the first time I’ve really used the touring plan functionality for USF or IOA. (My IOA plan, though, seems pretty good after optimizing).
So, has anyone else on the forum ever seen the Optimize or Evaluate functions completely fall on their virtual faces before?