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das heißt wenn ich mit GC4L und Bilder automatisch laden importiere. Danach nicht öffne und erst unterwegs aufmache, werden die Bilder mit der Datenverbindung (Verbrauch) geladen. Und wenn kein Empfang nicht geladen und somit auch nicht angezeigt.
Wenn ich daheim nach dem Laden den Offlinizer laufen lassen und nicht öffne. und dann unterwegs öffne, ist es dann ohne Datenverbrauch ?
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Daher bitte erstmal auf dem Telefon im Ordner  "/locus/mapsVector/_themes" den Ordner "HiLo" komplett löschen und anschließend das Theme nochmal aus dem Store installieren.

Genau so hat es funktioniert  - danke
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Hallo
dann will ich mal versuchen dir zu antworten...
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Das heißt ja die Bilder sind schon beim importieren über geocaching4Locus importiert worden
wenn du  Caches über GC4L lädst und die Einstellungen in GC4L (nur Basisdaten nicht angehakt) und Locus (Einstellungen/Geocaching/Bilder automatisch laden > "Bild herunterladen"  gemacht hast, werden die Bilder beim öffnen jedes Caches automatisch gespeichert. Das bedeuted aber auch, dass wenn du zuhause Caches mit GC4L lädst und speicherst, diese aber nicht öffnest werden die Bilder dann unterwegs bei entsprechender Datenverbindung (sofern verfügbar) beim öffnen geladen.
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Für was braucht man den dann noch ?
Wenn Du Caches per PQ oder  als gpx-Datei in Locus importierst sind keine Bilder dabei und nun kannst Du in einem Rutsch mit dem Offlinizer die Bilder laden

Gruß Wolfgang
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Versions / Re: [APP] - version 3.25.+ ( 9. 8. 2017 )
« Last post by Taras D on Today at 18:50:14 »
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Problem = Locus does not create a route...but a track to be navigated along.
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Locus do not generate you a  (technical) route (gpx = rte) but generates you a track (trk) so has trackpoints (trkpt). 

I understand the underlying technical aspect but is it relevant? After all, the function is called Route Planner.

Regardless of the function's output format, its purpose is to plan a route (i.e. the path of your planned trip). You create Route Points to indicate where you want the route to go.

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Hallo LocusUser#1,
wirst du dein Theme so abändern, dass es auch mit den mehrsprachigen OAM zurechtkommt?
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Hallo,

ich habe den Offlinizer schon öffters laufen lassen. Er zeigt immer an:  xx Bereits vorhanden, Fehler 0
Das heißt ja die Bilder sind schon beim importieren über geocaching4Locus importiert worden. Für was braucht man den dann noch ?  Klärt mich mal auf über die Funktion.
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Versions / Re: [APP] - version 3.25.+ ( 9. 8. 2017 )
« Last post by 0709 on Today at 17:25:09 »
@Taras   Problem = Locus does not create a route...but a track to be navigated along.
Of coarse best name still open to discussion ;-) W'll see..best suggestions welcome I suppose. Route point indeed seems nice, but probably also the cause of  some trouble by the different meanings in both human language use and or the technical meaning of a route (rte) and the routepoints (rtpte). 

Thats why I do not suggest.

Locus do not generate you a  (technical) route (gpx = rte) but generates you a track (trk) so has trackpoints (trkpt).  As in a technical gpx route (rte) we should have routepoints (rtpte.)

As even Garmin struggles sometimes with the best namings suggestions..by differences into their (or by update) in some soft and or hardware products. Pfff.....A complex subject...you see.

In graphHopper web: Generates you both a track and a route. (A rather complex situation no ? )
@Taras: If open for further info contact me by PM forum message.

Just for now I keep that Shaping Point...ok ? 
My prepared reply for
@matmas @Andrew.

"Shaping Point": By multiple shaping points, create track design, main focus by user initiative.
Multiple taps create the shaping points and a free track or segment design with autorouter drawing help.  Track saving  just keeps the simple normal trackpoints.
Use case. By trackrecord template, creating a street map matched track.
Roundtrack Navigation: Not to be used with out of track trigger to point recalculate. (short circuit)

"Via  Points" (must pass). By a few Via Points, creates track design main focus by (B)router intiative,
Navigation recalculate to points action should (re)navigate to nearest (unconsumed) next Via point.
Track saving keeps "Via Points" for later (re)calculate navigation usage.

"Info Points": Informative and flexible has same (re)calculate function as standard Locus "Via Point".

- Have free standard gpx symbol. Inclusive the mini black not disturbing dot, by gpx "Waypoint".  ;D
- Have free <name> TTS announcement inclusive "Silence" by  'empty' <name> attribute.  ;D
- Have free informative <desc> text in the map navigate top bar.  :(

Navigation gpx by associated waypoints. More info see reply 13.
http://forum.locusmap.eu/index.php?topic=4178.msg42614#msg42614
Locus partly understand this gpx nav style but still is an 'unfinished' request.  :(

Attached testfile. Simulate a normal realistic slow trackdrive.
Manual or (auto)trigger recalculate after start driving onto "Gentsesteenweg" West direction than toward "Jan Praetstraat"
Autorecalculate (point) should navigate toward TTS "Silent" mini black dot "Waypoint" without direct shortcut toward "Finish".

Sorry, but 'desc' hint attached at the "Free Beer" Info Point by actual Locus map is not displayed  :(
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Troubles & Questions / Re: Spurious hill shading
« Last post by john_percy on Today at 16:20:25 »
Wonderful
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Troubles & Questions / Re: Spurious hill shading
« Last post by menion on Today at 16:04:57 »
John, this one was really bad :). Problem was in incorrect naming of cached tiles, where rarely happen, that for some tile was took incorrect cached tile. I remember few times some people reported me about some incorrect shading and it was definitely this issue.
Perfect, I was able to simulate it on different place and finally fix!!
Thank you very much, should be work correctly in next (beta) version.
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Versions / Re: [APP] - version 3.25.+ ( 9. 8. 2017 )
« Last post by Taras D on Today at 15:38:54 »
The current system uses three kinds of points to define a "Route"

1) Shaping/Destination Points
2) Via Points
3) Navigation Points

Why isn't the most basic of these three points simply called a "Route Point"? Or "Routing Point"?

Would it not be clear that you define a Route using Route/Routing Points? (Instead of Shaping or Destination.)
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