Started by sweetman, July 17, 2018, 10:19:35
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Quote from: menion on July 19, 2018, 10:46:34Hello,these are not trackpoints but a waypoints along the track. In this case, navigation waypoints, so places where Locus Map will notify.In dashboard editor open your dashboard, tap on chart item and select "edit". Here uncheck "display labels", which should remove these items.
Quote from: menion on July 20, 2018, 13:00:38Hmm currently Locus Map draw all waypoints attached to track, so also a generated navigation waypoints.Let's try it in next version, where these points will no longer draw on the chart ... feedback will be welcome, thanks.
Quote from: 0709 on July 20, 2018, 13:47:02Quote from: menion on July 19, 2018, 10:46:34these are not trackpoints but a waypoints along the track. In this case, navigation waypoints, so places where Locus Map will notify.@ Menion Red arrows ? rte ?@ lor74cas Your dashboard creation ? Share ?
Quote from: menion on July 19, 2018, 10:46:34these are not trackpoints but a waypoints along the track. In this case, navigation waypoints, so places where Locus Map will notify.
Quote from: lor74cas on July 20, 2018, 13:03:52Quote from: menion on July 20, 2018, 13:00:38Hmm currently Locus Map draw all waypoints attached to track, so also a generated navigation waypoints.Let's try it in next version, where these points will no longer draw on the chart ... feedback will be welcome, thanks.I'll give give you feedback in next version thank youInviato dal mio SM-A520F utilizzando Tapatalk
Quote from: 0709 on July 24, 2018, 11:50:30 @lor74cas. Beta. At navigation. See attached pic.
Quote from: sweetman on July 24, 2018, 09:59:53I just upgraded my locus map from free to pro,so now I should be able to show the chart over the map.Are chart visible only when you are in the track you are "navigating".I displayed only 1 track and the default blue dashboard, but the chart area display "no data for chart" (I'm at home now).Is this correct?Will the chart display my position related to the altitude I'm at?The chart display correctly in the track info chart tab.Perhaps I'm missing something here. I'm pretty new to locus map.Thanks in advance for any help.Tony
Quote from: 0709 on July 24, 2018, 19:48:12Hi, it is by using the dashboard you shared ! Tested on both Samsung Tab4 and THL4000. In the Beta only displays the Via Points. In the actual Pro version displays Via AND Nav Points. I also simulated by your test track from the same example zip. Does work too. Simulation by a virtual drive moving the center position. (Locus gps off and a config.cfg edit -> to simulate 5m/sec movement) Own position shown by a dot on the distance glider. (Only tested a 3 km test track ). I suppose for a long track the trackline distance view should be limited to max 3km zoom following the user position, otherwise that displayed distance line will be cluttered by too many (close) Icons.
Quote from: 0709 on July 25, 2018, 20:09:35Mobile now. Sorry for eventual typos. Answer. Open the (shared) gpx file on a pc by gpx editor (freeware). See the used elements inclusive the used (sym) in the associated wpt's of the used gpx file pse. Actual Locus version do support the gpx trk_navwpt method. An improved Locus trackeditor selecting a Locus Icon from the internal Locus list also could have done such an EASY task. But nobody seems to asks for anymore. The Locus trackeditor by latest versions even has less functionality than in the older versions. Pfffff...So you have to find out the <sym>text when using gpxeditor. More info about all Locus map supported Garmin AND Locus Icons by <sym>text see the attachments in this link pse. http://forum.locusmap.eu/index.php?topic=4178.msg50723#msg50723
Quote from: 0709 on July 25, 2018, 21:38:30Wait wait it is not impossible by Locus, but it could be faster and more simple by optimised trackeditor AFTER a navtrack was created ! What can you do now ? At the position where you want that Icon you have to create a Via point by the planner ! So you need some extra more taps and than choose change your new created shape point to via point. After this save your finished navtrack. Next: Display that navtrack with the via points. (Default Icon is a blue down pointing arrow). Tap the arrow icon and than select edit. Choose free name and new Icon by the internal Locus Icon list. (Garmin list or Locus list)Roger ? (That Locus method is the complicated geeky one)