Quote from: balloni55 on July 06, 2017, 11:55:50
let´s try it in your wording,
attached screencast start with restored backup of my "Geocache" preset
sec 7 - i restore my "Basic Setting" preset
sec 18 - i edit function panel of "Basic Setting"
sec - 27 i add function "Weather"
sec 30 - "Weather" is added to list
sec 34 - back to map view, "Weather" isn´t visible
sec 42 - back to presets an restore "Basic Setting" once again
sec 44 - back to map view, "Weather" is visible
sec 58 - i remove "Weather"
sec 62 - back to map view, "Weather" is furthermore visible
sec 69 - back to presets an restore "Basic Setting" once again "Weather" is´nt visible
please read menions post carefully again:
Quote from: menion on July 05, 2017, 20:51:35
@balloni55: seems there is still a problem with understanding "presets" . There really is not anything like "active preset". It is just a bunch of settings that, after click, is set. Imagine it like "backup of settings", that you simply restore by one click, nothing more!
Your observed behaviour is exactly as it is intended. There is no "active preset"!!! This also means, that the changed settings of the preset are not applied until you "run" or "tap" the preset.
Another try for explanation: try to think of a preset as a list of instructions (like a batch file or a computer program) for settings which can be "processed" by tapping on the preset. If you change something in this list, it is not automatically applied but only when you process this list (in Locus: by tapping the preset). Similar to when you change some lines in a batch file and save it, it is not executed automatically.
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