Started by Menion, December 06, 2019, 14:57:45
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Quote from: 0709 on December 19, 2019, 20:12:00Quote@0709regards issue with hiding of panels, please check app settings > Panels & buttons, there is option "Panels and screen orientation".Aha. Tnks for info. Sorry, my misunderstanding of the description text? I wrongly expected this was only to prevent automatic hiding by timeout.Descriptions in the menu text: - Hide (top/bottom/right) panel when inactive. Double tap on the map to display it.- Panels and screen orientation. Both or Landscape or Portrait. Panel hiding by timeout = When inactive. No ? (Double tap = active)
Quote@0709regards issue with hiding of panels, please check app settings > Panels & buttons, there is option "Panels and screen orientation".
Quote from: menion on December 24, 2019, 09:30:31@Žajdlík Joseffinally someone . I started to worry that really no-body use this feature. Well, it is removed in LM4. It belongs to the most problematic features that the app has and with a new map core that does autoscale for raster maps, I believe it is no longer necessary.
Quote from: menionb]@Saturo[/b]and it all works correctly in the current Pro version? What about the selected map, do you have selected the same map as in your stable version?
Quote from: menion on December 24, 2019, 20:29:11Hmm ... why exactly are you using this function? Raster maps should be perfectly readable on all devices without this function or without "Magnify all maps" settings. Isn't a lot better just tap zoom in and later zoom out back to the previous?
Quote from: menion on December 24, 2019, 19:09:09b) I personally even with my quite slim fingers, from time to time incorrect tap on buttons in function panels, so I believe that this increase in width will be a benefit for easier usage.
Quote from: menion on December 24, 2019, 09:30:31@freischneider- hiding of the zoom buttons: map-screen content > Panels & buttons- always visible menu: you mean the button in the bottom left corner? Correct, it will be visible always without an option to hide it. The left menu will be removed (it is still there, I know)
Quote from: tramp20 on December 25, 2019, 11:35:55Hi,How to change the overlapping of the two icons on the left side down Rec and maps?
Quote from: menion on December 26, 2019, 08:23:16@Žajdlík Josefah so you use it not to see map in bigger detail, but to zoom out a step to 50% of map scale?? Even in case of vector maps, why not simply zoom out by single tam and then zoom in again?