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Declined / Compatibility with Titanium Backup (map preservation)
« on: October 30, 2011, 10:30:20 »
I just upgraded my ROM and prior to this I backed up all the programs (including Locus) with Titanium Backup. I thought maps were located on the external SD card. But I was wrong: only vector maps were there. The raster maps must have been on the internal (built-in) SD card.
Titanium Backup didn't back up the maps unfortunately, so I have lost my collection :(
Is there a way to tell backup programs which directories belong to Locus?

Not great news indeed. But 10k tiles is still quite a lot, unless you want to rebuild your collection of maps if you lost them (like me yesterday).  :|

Discussion/New features / Re: MAP USAGE - TERMS OF USE
« on: April 15, 2011, 10:28:07 »
That is pretty bad actually. I also used MOBAC before.

Here is /Ctrl+C Ctrl+V/ from the MOBAC forum about one particular map, which should be no problem to use.
qrczakoff wrote:
2011-04-11 06:20:06 UTC
UMP-pcPL is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. This is polish project like openstreetmap. I think, you can unblock this map without author acceptance :)

This is a bug report.
I wanted to download map of a region. The region spans more E-W than N-S, so I rotated the map by pi/2 and selected "Download map" -> "This screen"
However, the region downloaded is different than from the one I had on the screen. It looks as if it was not rotated, that is as if the map was oriented north-on-the-top.

It is pretty annoying, as I was biking today in a region with a map only partly overlapping.

device: Samsung Galaxy Tab
system: Froyo
software: Locus Pro, current version

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