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Locus Map / Re: [APP] - version 4.3.+ ( 28. 7. 2021 )
« on: Yesterday at 16:13:24 »
This is the most unreliable version of Locus I ever experienced: empty bottom panel, tap on track -> empty slide up, themes -> empty and so on. Bringing Locus to background and back to front again it works one (1) time then all is empty again.
Has anyone testet this version before releasing it??? Nice to have such a mess on weekend :(
Enjoy the holiday.

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Locus Map / Re: [APP] - version 4.0.+ ( 30. 3. 2021 )
« on: April 14, 2021, 17:17:26 »
New Beta version 4.0.2.2 just uploaded to Google Drive.

Important info:
For a few weeks, I test automatic reports of crashes to "bugsnag" service. Seems that after many years and many services I tried, this one finally works as expected. And the useful part for you: "user ID" visible in the "about app" page in the app since 4.0.2.2, should finally be used to search for crashes on your device. So let's give it a try and if the app crashes, just send me this ID instead of creating bug reports by the quite complicated system as before. Thanks!
That this happens on my old days *sigh

btw: when will the stable release of the Platinum Eternal Edition be published?

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@Christian
uff. If I remember correctly, you wrote nothing about turning on/off display etc etc  ;D

Oki ... so please, exactly

Requirements:
- system GPS turned off
- Locus Map GPS settings set to "Start always"

Steps
- start Locus Map, it tries to use GPS, but it is disabled in the system, so the icon remains orange and you see a blue warning popup after a while
- turn the screen on/off multiple times
- turn GPS in the system settings
- Locus Map ignore enabled GPS and still does not load location

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These are steps that cause the mentioned problem? No problem with my device. So please modify if you do something differently, thanks.
Sounds weird? Display on/off means GPS on/off when energy savings are active.

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Configuration:
: GPS in LM Pro is always on (with an entry in cfg)
: Location service is handled in Android settings (on/off global)

If you start LM Pro and _than_ switch on Location service , LM Pro will never get an satellite signal. LM Pro has to be shut down and restarted. Means, LM Pro needs an activated GPS from the beginning. Not nice :(

Can't confirm.

In LM, I've set "always enabled GPS at start", then closed that app. In system, I've disabled "location" and started Locus Map. Blue warning about disabled GPS appears. The GPS icon is colored orange, but nothing is visible on the map. Later, I enable "location" in the system. Immediately Locus Map start loading new location. Did I miss any steps?
Did you switch off the display (multiple times) before you activated GPS in system and before GPS signal is available?
Sometimes i can not reproduce the behaviour but last week i happend three times in an row.

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Who translated this into german language?
...tststs
@Christian
that's what i asked myself when i saw the message. :o
to be honest it was me :P
It is often problematic to interpret the context of the text string in "Crowdin" correctly.
Yesterday I revised the translation, I hope to have saved an understandable text in good german now.
By the way, everybody can contribute to the translation !
Thank you 'Balloni " the often user" 55' for explaning and Ändering ;););)

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Who translated this into german language?
...tststs

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Configuration:
: GPS in LM Pro is always on (with an entry in cfg)
: Location service is handled in Android settings (on/off global)

If you start LM Pro and _than_ switch on Location service , LM Pro will never get an satellite signal. LM Pro has to be shut down and restarted. Means, LM Pro needs an activated GPS from the beginning. Not nice :(

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Danke - auch wenn ich bei dieser TLD so ein leichtes Ziehen in der Magengegend kriege...
Waymarked Trails hat nur die Hauptwanderrouten, leider keine AV Wegnummern. Und das Kompass-Overlay zeigt nix an :(

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Servus,
ich wärme das Thema nochmal auf. Bin ebenso auf der Suche nach guten Karten mit den AV Wegnummern. (Die Wegnummern fehlen zumeist in OSM und dazu kommt noch irgendeine Einschränkung mit der Anzahl der Felder in MapsForge... schade. Wer etwas weiß, wie man das mit einem Renderthema angezeigt kriegt, bitte hier reinschrieben)
Die Kompasskarten scheinen wohl die Einzigen zu sein, wo verläßliche Wegnummer-Angaben vorhanden sind _und_ die in Locus angezeigt werden können. Dummerweise gibt es in meinem Locus keinen Eintrag von Kompasskarte unter Online-Karten. Kann das jemand verifizieren?
Hat jemand einen anderen Tip, um an Wegnummern zu kommen?
Danke ,
Christian

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@Christian
unfortunately I'm unable to simulate it. This happens also in track, created by the route planner, saved and then immediately edited?
To avoid confusion: the problem belongs to waypoints in track details:

And its indepenent of route planner, time or editing.

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If you delete a waypoint in a track within the trackmanager the waypoint does not disappear until Locus is restarted. I reported this bug some month ago but it still exists.

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Servus,
da gibt es mehrere Möglichkeiten:
1: die zwei schon fertigen Tracks anzeigen lassen, dann den Routenplaner starten und den Teil dazwischen erzeugen. Im Trackmanager die drei Tracks zusammenführen.
2: die zwei schon fertigen Tracks anzeigen lassen, dann den Routenplaner starten und vom Anfangspunkt des ersten Tracks zum Endpunkt des zweiten Tracks routen lassen, ggfls nachbessern per 'via Punkte'
3. die zwei fertigen Tracks im Trackmanager aktivieren, "Tracks zusammenführen" (evtl. Reihenfolger mit den gepunkteten Schiebern verändern) und die Option "Lücken zulassen" deaktivieren und hoffen, daß dort was sinnvolles dazwischen geroutet wird. (Noch nie probiert).
Ich bevorzuge #2.
hth.

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Locus Map (4+) / Re: Locus Map 4, discussion
« on: September 03, 2020, 17:59:48 »
Effective category should be more important than formal category.
eh'...
I'm out.

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Locus Map (4+) / Re: Locus Map 4, discussion
« on: September 02, 2020, 22:10:48 »
Can't agree. Cobblestones are the archetype of paving. The advantage appears when it is wet and muddy. Have a look at the ancient romans roads.
Cobblestones are not comfortable but better then broken tires or cars sticking deep in the mud.

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Locus Map (4+) / Re: Locus Map 4, discussion
« on: September 02, 2020, 21:36:45 »
Nice. Surfaces and way types are really important to know - before you start. (There is already a feature request ;))
I created a Excel sheet some years ago where I can fill in  the Brouter output and get a hugh amount of stats. Very helpful for route planning i.e. for the road bike: are there some gravel / unpaved sections on the way ? So if you put the Cobbelstones into the gravel category this would lead to misinterpretation. Cobbelstones belong to paving.
The other way round for MTB route planning: how much unpaved section can I expect? Cobbelstones as Gravel would be wrong.
So please be careful with the assignment.

@poutnikl: nearly all kind of stones (with the meaning of OSM syntax), even unhewn, are poured in concrete or earth or sand. Not rolling or sliding. Only Pebbelstones are like gravel.

My suggestion:
paving_stones, paving_stones:30, paving_stones:20, cobblestone, cobblestone:flattened, sett -> STONES (I would call it PAVING_STONES instead of STONES to avoid confusion)
pebblestone, gravel, fine_gravel -> GRAVEL

my2ct.

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