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Where can I see the screenshots you are speaking about...?
It's quite magic to can see the moving map of Locus map on such a small thing than a wrist watch :) But is it so useful, finally?

If I had to choose, I think I had probably prefered a repeater of the dashboard, may be... ;)
Quote from: skwal on December 06, 2017, 20:46:38
made a short test...

Made a short test too, with my fresh Sony SmartWatch3, so I just begin to discover this "Wear for Locus Map beta application", and Android Wear itself !   :)

>>just check for android wear. so No


And same thing with the Sony SmartWatch3 SWR50, I fear...

Does somebody knows if the Xiaomi Amazfit "Pace 2" and "Pace 2S" watches are (will be?) 100% OK for this purpose...?

Tested yesterday in some physical stores around me: the main problem is that it is difficult to know if such or such "smart watch" they sell is working under Android Wear 2.0 or not... And vendors generally don't know!
>> I suggest that you choose a watch what best fits your requirements (functionality/looks like etc...) and then you can ask it here may someone has experience with that watch with Locus.

As an ex-Casio watches addict, but living now (and happy) with a (not-Android-wear) Garmin fenix 2, one I should consider attentively among some others is this under...

Anyway, see under a very satisfying LocusWrist solution ;)

Hi everybody,

Is this forum topic the best and only place for finding all useful info about the use of Locus with an Android wear watch ?

I have not yet such a watch, at this time, so I should be very interested to see a short list of the best suitable models for Locus, and pros/cons of each models...
Up... Any way to use maps in the Garmin .img format with Locus Map ?
POI's / Re: POIs comments
June 21, 2017, 14:30:41
As usual !  :)
POI's / Re: POIs comments
June 21, 2017, 13:56:30
OK, and thank you again for the help!  :)

So, my version was (is) good, but, yes, the GPX file was (may be very lightly...) anterior. I just imported it again, and all is OK now.

POI's / Re: POIs comments
June 21, 2017, 11:58:56
Well, my version of Locus seems up to date... So may be ther is a problem?

POI's / Re: POIs comments
June 21, 2017, 11:52:07
Quote from: menion on June 21, 2017, 11:48:16
Ah understand ... please try latest Locus Map version from Google Play ...

OK,, thank you very much for your help, @menion, I shall try to update Locus, so ... I ;) But I was thinking it was automatic...
POI's / Re: POIs comments
June 21, 2017, 11:43:55
Quote from: menion on June 21, 2017, 11:27:44
And all these information are visible in detail of every point. So I really suggest, to check if your data are correctly placed in GPX file.
The GPX file has been transmitted to LocusMap via WeChat, and you can see in the 2 snapshots where it is in Locus, ans how the first POI looks like (with no comment, here...).

POI's / Re: POIs comments
June 21, 2017, 10:26:17
Quote from: menion on June 21, 2017, 10:05:47
in case, comment is stored in "cmt" tag in GPX file, it should be visible in point detail screen. If isn't, please attach here some smaller sample file for test, thank you.
May be the comments for each POI are not in the right place ? But they are visible OK  when I open the GPX file with MapSource or BaseCamp...