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Versions / Re: [APP] - version 3.30.+ ( 15. 3. 2018 )
« on: May 15, 2018, 14:50:58 »
Online status is currently missing, we should definitely add it.

There are no audio/vibration notifications about unread messages, but we also plan to add these. But you should be able to at least see the number of unread messages in the notification area in Live Tracking notification description.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: April 23, 2018, 08:42:46 »
Hello, yes, currently with Wear for Locus Map the watch has to be connected to the phone to work and it uses the phone's GPS. But generally some other applications can also run without a phone possible with limited functionality synchronizing data later when the phone is available.
Expected battery life can vary greatly but basically the watch will be the issue not the phone. With "Screen always on" setting disabled on the watch Locus application will only connect and display data when the display is turned on. With this setting enabled the screen, although dimmed, will stay on and the application will stay connected which, depending on your watch, can drain the battery in a couple of hours. Generally Android Wear watch will probably not make it through more than 2-3 days without charging, even when they are just lying on the table with screen off. And even with light usage it is normal to charge AW watch every day.
Navigation directions are shown on the map screen, distance to point is drawn directly on the map. Beeper and/or vibration is not supported at the moment.

@gynta Hallo,
wenn es so ist, könntest Du bitte "Buddy Tracking" durch Live Tracking oder Livetracking auf Crowdin ersetzen? Ich habe also bemerkt, dass auf Locus Map Wiki Live Tracking Funktion schon nur wie "Live Tracking" übersetzt wird.

ich arbeite jetzt an Locus Live Tracking Funktion und ich habe bemerkt, dass Live Tracking als Buddy Tracking in Deutsch übersetzt wird. Ich denke, dass es besser würde, wenn Live Tracking nicht übersetzt würde und in der Applikation nur wie Live Tracking gennant würde. Oder ist es besser Live Tracking wie Buddy Tracking für Deutschmuttersprachler zu nennen?

Vielen Dank,

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 27, 2018, 09:32:26 »
Super, thanks for the test :) Glad to hear that the auto-rotation is usable and working.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 22, 2018, 14:00:20 »
oh, sorry about the red cross, that should not be there when auto-centered. Should be fixed in about 2 weeks when new Locus Map version comes out.

The cinema mode is problematic, I can't reproduce the bug at all, might be specific for Sony SW3. I suspect it is again more of an Android Wear 1.x problem, but when tested on my old Moto 360 the cinema mode is working as expected - the screen just stays off until I press the power button again.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 22, 2018, 09:44:48 »
@Wolli @skwal
Really thanks for the help guys. The fix version 1.1.1 which should fix your problem is out now and should be available within a couple of hours on Google Play.
Please let me know if there are any other problems with this version or if it solved your problem.
Have a nice day

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 22, 2018, 08:32:21 »
Danke für die Beschreibung des Problems und für das Video. Est ist nicht mehr nötig die Vorgängerversionen zu testen, weil Ich den Fehler in der neuen Version von Wear for Locus Map jetzt gefunden habe.
Ich werde den Fehler heute beheben, vielen Dank für die Hilfe!

Bug found in the new version on Android Wear 1.x, working to fix this right now.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 22, 2018, 06:52:19 »
@Wolli @skwal
Ok, thank you for the report. So reinstall didn't help and there is a message that Locus Map has ended right after you start the application on the watch, right? Any similar message on the phone when you try to start the watch app - that Locus Map or Wear for Locus Map has ended?

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 21, 2018, 19:20:07 »
Hello, I am very sory to hear that. I can't see any report about the error in our console yet. Please make sure your phone is connected to wifi or cellular data and try again and I should hopefully receive an error report which could help me fix it.
Other than that I have one report that Sony Smartwatch 3 is working with new version. So maybe you could try uninstall both device and watch part of the add-on and try to install it again if it helps. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 21, 2018, 15:49:49 »
@H Ifang
thank you for your ideas regarding UI/UX, you might be right with the less buttons on the screen, we will definitely try to think more about usability in the next versions.

@Peter Jurík
Hello, thank you very much for your quick report on new version. I am glad that it (hopefully) works smoothly and that watch buttons work fine.

Regarding auto-rotate function. It is mainly intended for use with navigation but can be used even without it. This function should rotate the map according to you "movement bearing". There is a small time lag between your actual bearing and displayed map rotation but it should be more or less similar. This function is effectively useless and might be a bit confusing when you just test it at home or just standing at one spot, because it needs some movement to lock your bearing or have the navigation enabled to at least use your expected route bearing/heading as your current bearing.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: March 16, 2018, 16:58:06 »
@H Ifang hello,
no reason to be sorry at all, on the contrary I am sorry for your bad experience and would like to thank you for your time writing this feedback.
Regarding accidental button presses with wet or sweated clothes, don't you also have this problem with other applications? For example Strava or Runtastic are also using normal buttons or press areas on their tracking screen. I must admit though that these buttons are often smaller or located near the bottom of the screen which might result in less "false" touches to the screen.
Fonts on the track recording screen might be a bit small at the moment, I can image that on smaller screens 2x2 layout might be too much. Noted.
Now concerning the ambient mode. The watch should actually get updates at the same period as in normal mode, communication is not throttled in anyway, at least not in the application itself. This seems more like and issue with the Phone and Wear for Locus Map phone application. Some power saving feature of the phone could be the problem. I will definitely try to look into it.

[CZ&SK] - diskuze o Locusu / Re: Locus live tracking - aplikace
« on: March 07, 2018, 18:52:21 »
Ano, momentálně je to tak, GPS poběží úplně stejně bez ohledu na nastavený interval.

[CZ&SK] - diskuze o Locusu / Re: Locus live tracking - aplikace
« on: March 07, 2018, 13:00:27 »
Dobrý den,
pokud je spuštěná funkce Live tracking, tak se GPS nevypíná a to bez ohledu na interval odesílání polohy a nastavení "vypnout GPS pokud je skrytá". K periodickému zapínání/vypínání a GPS FIXu by tak nemělo docházet.

Wear for Locus Map / Re: Wear for Locus Map beta testing
« on: February 13, 2018, 08:01:51 »
@H Ifang
Hello, the 4-element mini dashboard is currently not configurable, but we plan to extend it and allow the configuration in the future.
The bluetooth energy requirements are actually not that bad depending on the usage and assuming your phone has Bluetooth 4.0 or newer. I would actually expect only a couple of percents of a phone battery used by bluetooth, but again it depends on your specific usage. Of course keeping Wear for Locus Map visible on the watch all the time will indeed keep communication between the phone and the watch on and with the screen also on, even if dimmed, will drain the watch battery quite fast. My personal opinion is that for hiking and/or running disabling the ambient mode (i.e. "always-on screen") might be preferable if you are concerned about battery life.

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