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Themes - Vector maps / Re: New style: FzOAM
« on: August 04, 2020, 08:28:53 »
hmm....its not working on my maps. original locus maps
The content of FzOAM Folder also looks different to another themes folder.
What can I do?
I have checked FzAOM theme in LocusMap v4 beta and it is listed among available themes for Mapsforge V4 compatible maps only( OpenAndroMaps ), not for V3 maps ( LoMaps ). Themes for V3 andV4 maps are not compatible, authors have to make v3 and v4 versions.

So to use this theme, it seems you have to get some V4 maps.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 30, 2020, 13:05:19 »
Im not sure exactly how I would insert the code into the subfolder I created. I can use Locus and Brouter but that's about it lol

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By the same way how you would put *.brf file into a folder on a computer. E.g.by copying via a file manager ( builtin or 3rd party like e.g. Android version of Total Commander ) or pasting code into text editor and saving it as .brf file. ( or combination of both. You can also access phone folders remotely, e.g. via USB or Fifi connection.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 30, 2020, 12:03:48 »



Even if not a specific unpaved surfaces profile for motorcycles, yet one with modifications and less restrictions would be helpful. Less penalties as you put it.

Hmm, restrictions in profiles for particular vehicles are there to follow the law. You are not suggesting bypassing it, are you ?

For penalties, it is true unpaved penalties should go down.

It may be question if the parent profile should be a car profile or bicycle(MTB) profile. But it may be useful to have both approaches.



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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 30, 2020, 11:50:37 »
It is called BRouter routing profile, rather than a theme. It is a script like file with extension .brf.

You need not BRouter-web for using custom profiles. You can place the profile in profiles2 subfolder of BRouter data folder ( or BRouter subfolder (I think) within Locus data folder ) and use it as any other BRouter profile.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 30, 2020, 08:12:09 »
I have found some partial discussion about enduro profile...

https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!msg/osm-android-bikerouting/WYvLYV5fq0o/0SFoq7OnCgAJ

Note that I am quite hesitant to write specialized motorbike profiles for unpaved roads,as the network of unpaved but allowed roads is quite limited in many countries. Removing profile access restrictions can lead to profile abuse. Ignoring restrictions by 2 or 4 wheel off-road vehicles is often seen even without BRouter.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 29, 2020, 16:41:12 »
Check also if there is "hard refusion" of that unpaved road ( routing there at no circumstances ), or if there is only very high penalty.

In the latter case,BRouter would prefer even quite crazy  detour if possible. If you disable such options by nogo points, it would accept the unpaved road as a last resort.

I remember similar case for a Canadian car driver, as many Canadian roads are unpaved and the original car profiles have very high penalties for unpaved roads.
It was fixed for his case by lowering penalty ( for car-like  profiles by increasing the max speed value ).

BTW, I have told Arndt multiple times the car profiles penalizes unpaved roads too much, what makes them unusable for regions with many unpaved roads.

I remember creating an experimental motorbike profile, preferring more winding roads by negative turning penalty.

As I see multiple motorcycle related posts in BRouter mailgroup or Locus forum, I think they would deserve a dedicated profile author among motorbikers. ;-)

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 29, 2020, 16:21:24 »
Then it is possible used profiles refuse to accept tracks or unpaved surfaces.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 29, 2020, 15:25:10 »
Use walking or (perhaps better) bicycle profile and tap/click on the icon on the right, the third from the top. Review OSM tags there.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 29, 2020, 14:53:15 »
You know, the only existing reality for routing profiles is "OSM reality". Check if the road attributes are mapped correctly.

I would say check also "OSM road connectivity", but you have already said walking profiles work OK, so that is not an issue.




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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 29, 2020, 14:01:30 »
Check the table on the BRouter-web for tags of route segments. access related tags would be listed there.

Be aware public roads may be legally forbidden for motorized vehicles, implicitly, or explicitly by traffic signs, and mapped so in OSM And therefore in BRouter RD5 files as well.

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Navigation & Guidance / Re: Route planning
« on: July 29, 2020, 13:51:52 »
It would help if you provide a BRouter-web link of such a route ( with whatever profile ) so OSN tagging and connectivity can be tested As it may be the case of denied access, depending on OSM tags associated with a particular OSM way.
Are there non walking profiles without the issue ?

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Locus Map (4+) / Re: Locus Map 4, discussion
« on: July 25, 2020, 10:24:41 »
I update manually particular updates only. Different app ID would be nice, but I can live with that .

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Locus Map (4+) / Re: Locus Map 4, discussion
« on: June 30, 2020, 11:59:09 »
It is nice there is a new LM4 beta from June 29, but it still reports it's validity only to July 1.

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Locus Map (4+) / Re: Locus Map 4, discussion
« on: June 29, 2020, 13:56:51 »
Note that BRouter does not store street names in its rd5 files. So even if Brouter were integrated, it would not provide the names.

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Ah, I see, so OAM transforms some OSM tag=tagvalues into its own tag=tagvalues, that are not present in OSM, similarly  like BRouter creates its own way context route tags from OSM route relations.

It has confused me.

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