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Maps / Make available also SRTM 1" on LoMaps
« on: April 02, 2021, 11:32:21 »
I downloaded the map of northern Italy from the locus store, together with the altitude files available. I noticed they have a detail of 3" even where the zones mapped at 1" are available.
It would be nice to have two links on the map page in the store, one with the 3" detail for those who don't want to take up too much space and one with the 1" for those interested in better accuracy.

My wife took some photo point in Locus.
(I do not operate in such way this is why it's the first time I noticed it)  As usual at home I collect all the images of all devices together and I geotag all possible pictures with the recorded tracks.
I expected to find the longitude and latitude already set in the photo point of Locus. But verified with irfanview and exiftools there is nothing. I suggest to apply this data in the photo point jpg because it's useful when you archive a lot of jpg in a folder on your pc you can always know where you took the picture.

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Discussion/New features / Import of tcx file with HR data
« on: June 09, 2017, 17:40:10 »
Recently I bought a new garmin forerunner 235 and as I usually do I tried to import the track in Locus (I am more a nerd than a runner ).
I usually do this by converting the garmin fit file in gpx with gpsbabel but the new 235 has the heart rate monitor and I want to keep this data so I used tcx because it doesn't lose this data.
Locus imports the tcx track but there is no way to show heart rate.
I know that probably I'm the only on the earth to do this but I'm curious to understand why if locus can manage and record external data from sensors and can also use tcx files can not import HR data.

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I selected all the tracks in a folder and started statistics.
It seams that altitude is shown as sum of d+ and d-
I don't understand what this data means.
I think that only d+ and (but less important) d- are significant.

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Troubles & Questions / Locus at boot
« on: August 17, 2016, 20:42:25 »
Is there a reason why locus is loaded at boot time?

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