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Quote from: freischneider on November 11, 2023, 09:05:30Also deleting unneeded profiles would be helpful.Perhaps deleting LoProfiles is a problem, as otherwise they can no longer be restored? Then another option would be to hide the profiles.
Quote from: settler on November 03, 2023, 11:53:55Hello,Unfortunately, this is not yet possible. But there is already a proposal and you can vote for it.
I added the external profile "River" from Brouter Offline and see it in the LoRouter Offline settings.
But unfortunately, in "active profiles" you cannot add your own profile, for example with a "boat" icon or something like that. Therefore, we had to take a "motorcycle" and give it a "river" profile.
Maybe there is a way to set the correct icon for your external navigator profile?
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Quote from: balloni55 on August 25, 2023, 12:53:45Quotedenn es bleibt die Frage, warum auf der gesamten Strecke und auch am Ende der Navigation diese Zeile überhaupt nicht mehr angezeigt wurde.welcher Routingdienst ist bei dir eingestellt?
wenn ich mich recht erinnere geht die Straßenanzeige nur, wenn du GraphHopper als Routingdienst verwendest.
Quote from: joeloc on August 21, 2023, 18:00:35The google maps point sharing "fix" now extracts the points name from the funny url and does a new Locus "search" for that. It's unfortunately almost as unusable as before. I now tried it 10 times in real world situations (still being on an endless bike journey). 3/10 times Locus didn't find the point (by name) at all. 5/10 times if "found" something completely different by the same or a similar name, sometimes 100km away. 2/10 times it found the right thing.You are in the wrong topic. here was written so that it works only with the next version. 126.96.36.199. or 4.19.
Verdict: still an almost complete failure. re-searching in that way is not an option. if you cannot extract proper coordinates from a funny url, we're f*cked forever.
Apparently this "workaround fix app" that people here talk about manages to do it fine though. Too bad it's no longer supported and doesn't install on current Androids without jumping through hoops :-)