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Offline Jethro10

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Searching for names of places
« on: July 18, 2022, 14:35:09 »
Should I be able to search for this name "Shaftoe Crags" because I'm failing.
I'm failing a bit on searches so this is an example only. Usually after mountains, crags, outdoor area names for walking and camping.
https://web.locusmap.app/en/?loc=55.13538:-001.91726:Capheaton&lat=55.135518&lng=-1.916320&z=16

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Re: Searching for names of places
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2022, 00:23:49 »
https://web.locusmap.app/en/?loc=55.13538:-001.91726:Capheaton&lat=55.135518&lng=-1.916320&z=16
@Jethro10 I have no answer sorry, only a question for @menion regards your URL query string parameters ?loc and :Capheaton. I've not seen those before. ?loc appears redundant.

https://web.locusmap.app/en/?lat=55.135491&lng=-1.917747&z=16 appears to display an identical map, so am just curious.
« Last Edit: July 19, 2022, 08:06:26 by Andrew Heard »
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Re: Searching for names of places
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2022, 08:50:59 »
Hello guys,

I've tried to search for "Shaftoe Crags" with an online search within the Android app and both Google provider and GraphHopper provider return a valid existing result. Do you receive the empty result in both cases?

And your question Andrew: it is on @janaton, responsible for the web planner tool.
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