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#106
Looks valid.

Locus offers themes based on the type of map you have selected as active map.
These new themes like Tapio's all work with MapsForge 4+

If you should still have old LoMaps or VERY old OAM, then this new theme is not offered.

Besides above I currently have no other idea re. root cause.
#107
Hi Mips,
ich kann nicht für Christian sprechen, aber ich kann berichten, dass Christian aus dem Urlaub zurück ist und an einem Preprocessing arbeitet, das die Verwüstungen (*) in Nordics kompensieren soll. Erste Erfolge hat er bereits.
Haben wir also noch ein wenig Geduld.
Gruß
Michael

(*) die sind akademisch nicht einmal falsch, aber für die Nutzung der OSM-Daten ein Problem.
#108
Themes - Vector maps / Re: [Theme] Tapiola
June 27, 2023, 22:36:38
@Tom:
- where does the download go to?
- when you click, you can chose Locus, but Locus does nothing?
- where does your Locus mapsVector folder (setting) reside?
#109
Themes - Vector maps / Re: [Theme] Tapiola
June 27, 2023, 14:39:07
Quote from: Žajdlík Josef on June 27, 2023, 11:39:08Hi Tapio. Would it be possible to create a Quick install like Andrew at Voluntary? When I give the Tapiola.zip to the Android/Media folder ... Mapsvector/_Themes, my locus doesn't see him.

Tapio's zip alone works like a charm.
Download, click (in a file manager), select Locus as handler, wait some seconds until Locus has created its internal extract, enjoy!
#110
Sorry, mit jenen 8 MF-Dateien habe ich mich noch nicht beschäftigt.
#111
Quote from: Hispanico on June 25, 2023, 11:21:57I try also to put files in sdcard but not solve

You mean you put the track files on SD ? Or maps?
#112
Die .poi-Dateien UND die .db-Dateien enthalten beide POIs.
ALLERDINGS können die .poi von Locus nicht verarbeitet werden. Christian generiert deswegen die Standard-pois für andere Apps und die .db für Locus. Allerdings wollte er nicht eine doppelte Anzahl von Download-Links in den OAM-Seiten. Verständlich, denke ich.
Die pois kann man entweder einfach ignorieren, oder (falls der freie Speicher zu knapp wird) selbst löschen.
Im Gegensatz zu den LoMaps-db-Dateien enthalten die OAM-db-Dateien kein Straßenverzeichnis.
#113
Einverstanden :-)

Bei mir ist die "8" übrigens kombiniert mit stets "third exit", egal was die Route so anzeigt.
#114
Bin ich auch nicht
Null EUR im Web und auf dem Smartphone.
Man will ja nicht Zettels Traum übersetzen ...
#115
deepl.com liefert übrigens wesentlich bessere Qualität beim Übersetzen, in beide Richtungen.

Ich habe den Helpdesk (vor 10 Jahren) direkt in der App im Hauptmenü gefunden: unten links in LM4, oben links in LM3 classic.
#116
Agree with Tapio re. help desk, yet a quick thought: depending on manufacturer there is more than one battery related setting. I have seen general battery saving modes, but additionally app specific settings that control the behavior when the app runs in the background.
I would also switch on the "run as a service" setting inside Locus.
#117
AllTrails Web Site does a good thing: put the top level name in all the places where a segment name was.
But that would be tedious.
You can do a similar thing yourself using Notepad++ e.g. on a PC to do a "substitute all" for each file.
Maybe there is a program for PC that does that, too.
#118
@Menion: I'm not fluent in KML, but I see
"<name><![CDATA[Eremo Gamogna 2 2022-05-05 13:48:07]]></name>"
as the first occurrence of name in one of the gpx files. That looks like the expected name, I suppose.
In particular as the file contains only one track.
Just my 2c ...
#119
You might try to do the multiple import way I described; maybe this will preserve the names.
I have no Orux gpx to test myself.
#120
Welcome to Locus :-)
I'm talking about LM4 here: enter Track manager, employ the "+" function, navigate to your local folder (*), long tap one of the desired ones, then check all those you want, finally kick off the mass import.

(*) if the Orux track files should be in its private folder, than use a file manager like x-plore or solid explorer or TC to copy them to the Locus export folder before you start above process.