Started by Menion, October 11, 2017, 14:11:54
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Quote from: john_percy on October 18, 2017, 17:08:03For me, if the width is defined in metres it is too thin at low zooms while if it is defined in px it is too thick at low zooms. What I would like is a width that changes at the same rate as the width of vector map roads, which is something like 150% change for each zoom level.
Quote from: Andrew Heard on October 18, 2017, 23:11:17@john_percy +1 nice idea, maybe a help topic for voting?
Quote from: Christian on October 18, 2017, 18:39:06+1Automatic scaling would be fine.
Quote from: menion on October 28, 2017, 17:15:11@Andrew Heard:2) not sure here. I was thinking about it a lot and for me cancel/save at bottom should confirm whole style edit screen. Also from practical point of view, you usually set colors etc. and then you try set limits on this altitude or slope colors and then? You wants to return to map as fast as possible, right?[/li][/list]
Quote from: menion on October 28, 2017, 17:15:11I've for now only reduced dynamic palette from 40 to 20 colors, but I'll look at it closer. I'm anyway surprised that green is so dominant. You are coloring some faked track to achieve this? May you share it with me? Thanks
Quote from: Andrew Heard on October 28, 2017, 00:07:185. I have settings > Maps > Points & Tracks > Tap on track=Screen. However tap on track on map briefly shows track popup before track screen. Is it now slower displaying this track screen too? When I return to map this popup is again displayed.
Quote from: menion on October 28, 2017, 17:15:11@john_percy:I'll discuss this with @voldapet next week, but I'm really not a fan of this, as I still do not see any practical benefit here. I set track to be 5 px width (because it's optimal for me) and I then see this track correctly no matter, which zoom is set. So why should I need to have this track wider at higher zoom levels? In case of content of map (like roads in vector map), situation is different. Map content many various objects and in lower zoom levels, it is needed not just to display less of them, but also smaller, to present as much information as possible. This is anyway not a common case of own tracks on map, where is expected that everyone has just a few of them on a map at once (in most cases).
Quote from: menion on October 30, 2017, 14:44:38New Beta version 126.96.36.199@john_percy: sorry, idea with dynamic width of line declined after discussion with Petr and Michal. We do not see it as an useful tool for common usage. I believe that 99% of used may be perfectly covered by existing "px" unit, even an "metres" are something, I'm not perfectly happy width.
Quote from: Žajdlík Josef on October 29, 2017, 13:05:28I have never used the display of a line with a multicolored version. However, I would greatly appreciate if Locus had this feature in a simplified way in the route planner. This could be an option in the Scheduler menu: "Notify X-Percent Tilt". When I activate it, I would set the percentage and Locus would need a reddish part of the track with this slope. This could be used for planning a trip for rides with children, etc.