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Hallo, ich stolpere gerade über eine unklare Übersetzung, wenn man Locus-Notifications loswerden möchte. In deutsch steht da:

"Unbestätigte Benachrichtigungen
können nicht einfach entfernt werden.

Bestätige erst und entferne danach die
Benachrichtigung durch Wischen"

Da stand ich nun davor und habe nicht begriffen, wie man denn nun bestätigen kann. Denn Entfernen durch Wischen erfolgt ja erst danach. Erst in englisch habe ich begriffen, was ich tun muss. In englisch heißt es an derselben Stelle:

"Cannot delete unconfirmed notification.

Confirm and delete by swiping
notification away individually."

Klarer ist mMn folgende Formulierung:

"Unbestätigte Benachrichtigungen
können nicht einfach entfernt werden.

Nach Wischen der einzelnen Benachrichtigung kannst du diese bestätigen und entfernen."

[DE] - deutschsprachiger Forumsbereich / Re: Handbuch sls PDF
« on: November 30, 2017, 09:09:25 »
Im Prinzip meine ich so etwas wie du verlinkt hast, aber für mich wäre die Vollversion das Richtige, nicht nur die Grundlagen.

Ich könnte mir aber auch vorstellen, dass das _gesamte_ Online-Hilfesystem, welches nahezu täglich aktualisiert wird, auf Knopfdruck herunterzuladen geht, um es dann auf dem Smartphone zu speichern. Locus Pro ist nun mal eine der wenigen Android-Apps, die geradezu dazu einlädt, in Offline-Gegenden eingesetzt zu werden, und auch da benötigt man ab und zu mal Hilfe im Detail.

[DE] - deutschsprachiger Forumsbereich / Re: Handbuch sls PDF
« on: November 29, 2017, 14:13:41 »
Wenn es schon kein Handbuch als PDF gibt, wäre auch eine lokal aufs Smartphone runterladbare Offline-Version der Online-Hilfe hilfreich. Ich zB möchte mich 1 Monat 10000 km weg von hier aus dem Bereich der Mobilfunknetze verabschieden, bin dort aber auf Locus Pro angewiesen, und hätte in der Abgeschiedenheit auch die Muße, mich mit mehr als den Grundfunktionen auseinanderzusetzen. Auch in unvorhersehbaren (Not?)-Fällen wäre ich uU auf Informationen aus dem Handbuch angewiesen.

Gibt es die Möglichkeit, die Online-Hilfe herunterzuladen und offline verfügbar zu haben?

Troubles & Questions / Re: Where could I find the exact GPS-Time?
« on: January 19, 2017, 13:18:56 »
Unfortunately, you are not able to understand my need for the exact time. Anyway, I found a solution outside of LocusPro called Satellite Time Reader (Free), wich shows the GPS-time exactly like my Holux-241, independent of the smartphones system time (which shifts slowly, if not synchronized via internet).

Troubles & Questions / Re: Where could I find the exact GPS-Time?
« on: November 20, 2016, 22:12:29 »
local "h / min" you can see in top panel if you select Time, batterystaus
It shows the date, and time with hh:mm, but no seconds and never parts of  a second. Furthermore I think it shows the android system time instead of the exact GPS-time (or UTC). The system time can slowly become inaccurate after long offline time during a long trip in remote areas.

So the question remains, wether Locus may show the exact GPS-time (or UTC)?

Troubles & Questions / Re: Where could I find the exact GPS-Time?
« on: November 20, 2016, 19:28:01 »
Sorry, I have no problem with the recorded track.

I only want to see the current exact GPS-time or UTC anywhere in Locus, just as most GPS-devices do.

Troubles & Questions / Where could I find the exact GPS-Time?
« on: November 20, 2016, 17:11:43 »
For geotagging of photos I write my track with Locus, and make one or more photos of a GPS-device's exact GPS-time. Later I correct the time of my photos to the exakt GPS-time, followed by the allocation of the positions to the jpeg-data of each photo.

When I press the green GPS-sign in the headline of Locus, the GPS-screen opens and shows the "Last GPS-Fix" in the lower right corner. Unfortunately, this seems to be _not_ the right GPS-time, nor the right atomic time (UTC). Is there any "hidden" option to see the right time within Locus? Most I would like to see not only date and time with hours, minutes an seconds, but also 1/10 or even 1/100 seconds.

Troubles & Questions / Re: RMAP-files not recognized, why?
« on: February 03, 2015, 14:07:55 »
Thank you!  :)

Troubles & Questions / Re: RMAP-files not recognized, why?
« on: February 03, 2015, 11:14:41 »

Troubles & Questions / RMAP-files not recognized, why?
« on: February 02, 2015, 21:54:09 »
Is there a new problem with RMAP-Files?

I have used them sometimes and all worked well (last time in summer 2014). I allways put the rmap-files in the directory sdcard1/locus/maps/rmaps/example.rmap

But today (with a new update of Locus?) RMAP files are not recognized. The error is: 'unknown problem' while trying to add the rmap-files during start of Locus Pro.

What is the reason?

android 4.3,
sorry, I can not add an example-rmap-file, because it is bigger than 2 MB (it has ~22 mB).

Ok, I have done it. The KML-Version of my TaraPOIs works!!

The only strange thing ist the size of the symbols, which seems to depend only on the width of the png, not on the height.

regards, Michael

Interesting, I should be able to imitate this example.

Thanks, Michael

I try to build a gpx-file with POIs, which I want to import in Locus (see TaraPOIxForImportIntoLocus.gpx here).

These POIs are shown with a simple standard-symbol (a dot or circle). How to modify the gpx-file, so it contains the information to use other symbols (individual for each POI, perhaps for Spring, river rapid, bridge etc.) ?
The symbols for such diferent items I have already on the SDcardm(as png- or gif-files).
May be a modification of that line: <sym>Information</sym>  ?  (if sym means symbol?)

In the _themes for vectormaps I find lines like this <symbol src="file:../ele_res/s_power_water.png" />
which refer to PNGs with the symbols. But how to get a similar effect in gpx-files?

regards, Michael

Troubles & Questions / Locus deletes Proximity-Alerts in gpx?
« on: March 19, 2014, 10:58:12 »
I try to build a gpx-file with POIs, which I import in Locus (see attached TaraPOIxForImportIntoLocus.gpx). It is shown correctly on the map. Every POI contains the following line:

Now I export the same data into a new gpx-file, created by Locus (this is to investigate a correctly formed Locus-gpx, see attached TaraPOIsLocusExport.gpx).
Here I miss this line. Does Locus ring the bell when moving near a waypoint? I am new to Locus and have not found yet this funktion.
If Locus reads <gpxx:Proximity>100.0</gpxx:Proximity> and makes the Proximity-Alert, then it only 'forgets' to write this line into its own gpx?

regards, Michael

Implemented / Re: Show Name and Altitude of POI
« on: March 19, 2014, 09:23:57 »
Is this feature already implemented? I could not find it (Sorry, I am new to Locus).

Perhaps it is possible for Locus to read

in the gpx-file and follow this wish.

regards, Michael

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