I just returned from a 14 day travelling through Poland by bus and walking. I used the Poland vector map in a Samsung S3mini and a Note 10.1 together with an external Qstarz 1000P. For additional power I had a TeckNet iEP 7000mAh external pack with me. So I could be online all over the time. Bluetooth worked flawless with Qstarz 1000P. Thanks for that great Locus software!
If you are walking around with your Smartphone and change some settings by dipping on the display, often it will change the checkbox settings, because the full line is push-sensitive. But you didn't want to change the checkbox, but only scroll through the menue or call the program-feature.
Is there a chance to separate checkbox marking from marking the whole line?
The way/speed diagramm is a nice tool in Locus and I know you can combine it with the trackview. But the coloured track gives a quick transparent view over a greater area.
You need a good lawyer who found, that the boys made two mistakes in measurement. One was, that they couldn't prove that their equippment was properly calibrated! The other was, that the measured speed was allowed at the certain point. For that case a Locus way/speed diagramm could have been even better.
Is there any chance to use Pathaway *.prc files with Locus?
I do a lot of gps work in forest and have a lot of calibrated maps with borders and landmarks. It would be great, if I could convert this maps into the Locus world. But I didn't find how to manage it. Any help appreciated.
PS I just saw, that I can export maps from Quovadis to apemap. So if I can import apemap into Locus, my problem can be solved ?
Here you see, that you can set a speed range 0-110 km/h in the example. And for this range, you can set a colour plate from deep blue for 0 km/h and purpur for 110 km/h.
Speed and couler range can be set for any wanted range. It is a great tool in QV6. I think all the necessary fundamentels and tools are already implemented in Locus ? Maybei only some little steps are to be done, to have the same feature in Locus .