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Themes - Vector maps / Re: [Themes] Voluntary UK
« on: November 12, 2014, 10:24:49 »
I've had another attempt to remove the confusion (see the first post). Use the Locus package for Locus apps, and the Orux package for all other apps (Orux, Atlas, Cruiser). Use maps from OpenAndroMaps to get the best from either theme. Very sorry that I can't explain myself better the first time.
In Locus you may want to  turn on  Settings | Map-Advanced | Advanced Settings / Resolution of maps and set Settings | Map-Advanced | Vector Maps / Text Size and Settings | Map-Advanced | Advanced Settings / Scale Resolution to suitable values for your display.

That's now all clear to me.

I was misunderstanding as I thought one of the versions was specifiacally for the 'Locus Shop - provided maps' whereas it is actually for the 'Locus app'.  I can now see what the effect is when I look at the two themes on my device.

Thanks again,

Bill.

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Themes - Vector maps / Re: [Themes] Voluntary UK
« on: November 11, 2014, 23:43:22 »
I quite agree it's confusing. I've updated the files now and and renamed them to avoid confusion. Voluntary UK uses special Locus coding to scale dashed lines, Voluntary Orux avoids that and is suitable for Orux Maps, Cruiser, Atlas etc.
Use OpenAndromaps to get the best out of this theme.
Many thanks. That make it much clearer to me.
So if I use the Locus app with OpenAndroMap I would use 'Voluntary Orux'.  Is that correct?.

Bill.

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Themes - Vector maps / Re: [Themes] Voluntary UK
« on: November 11, 2014, 14:01:52 »
I like this theme very much but I am still a little confused by the naming of the two options available for download:

Voluntary_Hike.zip contains the folder 'Voluntary UK' and it's contents
and
Voluntary_Hike_UK.zip contains the folder 'Voluntary_Hike_UK' and it's contents.

I use the 'OpenAndroMaps' therefore which of the two themes should I be using?

Many thanks,

Bill.

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