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Troubles & Questions / Re: External cards
« on: December 11, 2017, 21:41:25 »
Don't try to "import" the map from that folder.  Just place it there, and Locus will see it automatically.
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Themes - Vector maps / Re: [Theme] Tiramis├╣ 3 Locus Edition +
« on: November 28, 2017, 20:46:06 »
Reminds me...

One thing I've noticed is that Tiramisu (in Hiking mode) shows hiking trails less prominently than Elevate LE, which I understand it's based upon.  Notice the difference between the second and third examples above.

Personally, I definitely prefer the trails being more prominent.

But overall, a great theme.  Thank you!
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Versions / Re: [APP] - version 3.21.x (21. 12. 2016+)
« on: December 25, 2016, 18:11:42 »
Mapsforge, however, has solved the problem
I don't know where the rest of this conversation is, but it gives me hope.  I would LOVE for major labels (eg a city) to not disappear at certain zooms, especially when I'm lost over the map and trying to *find* that city.

Thanks, and Merry Christmas to all
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Versions / Re: [APP] - version 3.18.x (27. 6. 2016+)
« on: September 10, 2016, 18:28:42 »
Hi.  Just looked at this for the first time, and skimmed the wiki.  (My head is spinning.)

In the Locus UI, may I suggest: "Wet conditions".  That means, in a general sense, things are wet right now.  "Is wet" implies knowledge of the route, but you haven't been there specifically yet.

For the explanatory text, maybe "Avoid route that may be difficult in wet weather."  (In North American English, the term "road" doesn't include trails, which are part of this.)

(In spite of my user name, I'm a native English speaker; Spanish is just a hobby to support travel.)
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