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 ====== App: Route planning, Routing, Route, Instructions, Overlays, Track, Transfer, Waypoints ====== ====== App: Route planning, Routing, Route, Instructions, Overlays, Track, Transfer, Waypoints ======
  
-**App Version 2.1.x (and few remarks to 2.2.x)**\\+**App Version 2.2.x**\\
 The information in this description refers to the mentioned version. More actual versions of the app may differ at some things from this description.\\ The information in this description refers to the mentioned version. More actual versions of the app may differ at some things from this description.\\
  
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   * **Offline routing guide** //(Opens in the browser the guide for optional route calculation in PRO)//\\   * **Offline routing guide** //(Opens in the browser the guide for optional route calculation in PRO)//\\
   * **Options** //(Opens the dialog for selecting routing options, see below)//\\   * **Options** //(Opens the dialog for selecting routing options, see below)//\\
-  * **Actions** //(Opens the dialog for selecting further routing actions, see below)// //(Available in 2.1.x, removed in 2.2.x.)//\\ 
   * **Import** //(Opens dialog for importing a route and/or overlays, see below "Route transfer")//\\   * **Import** //(Opens dialog for importing a route and/or overlays, see below "Route transfer")//\\
   * **Export** //(Opens dialog for exporting a route, see below "Route transfer")//\\   * **Export** //(Opens dialog for exporting a route, see below "Route transfer")//\\
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   * **Clear** //(Opens dialog for deleting route and/or overlay, see below "Delete route and / or overlay")//\\   * **Clear** //(Opens dialog for deleting route and/or overlay, see below "Delete route and / or overlay")//\\
  
-**The further routing actions are only selectable with an existing route:** //(Available in 2.1.x, removed in 2.2.x.)// +Further actions on an existing route are possible in the Route menu and the Map menu.
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Actions**'' >+
  
-Opens Dialog, title: //Distance, Time//, selectable actions: +**Selectable routing actions in the route menu (examples):**
-    * **Reverse route** +
-    * **Show whole route** +
-    * **Place waypoints on street** +
-    * **Clear** +
-    * **CANCEL**+
  
-**Selectable routing actions in the route menu:** +There is a possibility to select actions in the route menu e.g. to make changes at the route or to show the whole route: 
- +
-There is a possibility to select actions in the route menu e.g. to make changes at the route: +
   * ''**Route** //**(Long)**//'' >   * ''**Route** //**(Long)**//'' >
 Opens the route menu, where you e.g. may select "Reverse Route", "Show whole route", "Place waypoints on street", "Clear". In the route menu more actions are selectable, see below **Open route menu**.  Opens the route menu, where you e.g. may select "Reverse Route", "Show whole route", "Place waypoints on street", "Clear". In the route menu more actions are selectable, see below **Open route menu**. 
 +
 +**Selectable routing actions in the map menu (example):**
 +
 +There is a possibility to select actions in the map menu e.g. to show an existing route: 
 +  * ''**Map** //**(Long)**//'' > ''**More...**'' >
 +Opens the map menu, where you e.g. may select "Show whole route". In the route menu more actions are selectable, see below **Open route menu**. 
  
 //Note:\\ //Note:\\
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       * if you first select "Set end" without a start being set, the location is automatically set as start       * if you first select "Set end" without a start being set, the location is automatically set as start
       * if you select "Set start" first, you must also select "Set end" at another position afterwards       * if you select "Set start" first, you must also select "Set end" at another position afterwards
-    * for **round trips** select the action **round trip**. At the position the waypoints for start and end of the round trip are set. In addition, a dialog for further options of the round trip to be created is opened. Select options and exit the dialog with GENERATE.+    * for **round trips** select the action **round trip**. At the position the waypoints for start and end of the round trip are set. In addition, a dialog for further options of the round trip to be created is opened. Select options and exit the dialog with OK (former: GENERATE).
     * (see below "Select Round trip or set Start and End waypoints for route from A to B")     * (see below "Select Round trip or set Start and End waypoints for route from A to B")
   * If an Internet connection is available, the online route calculation is then performed automatically, taking into account the Kurviger routing options, and the route is displayed   * If an Internet connection is available, the online route calculation is then performed automatically, taking into account the Kurviger routing options, and the route is displayed
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 For this task you have to select one of the following actions in a menu (see also "Procedure for route creation"): For this task you have to select one of the following actions in a menu (see also "Procedure for route creation"):
-  * Set start + 
-  Set end +**For planning a round trip:** 
-  * Round trip //(Automatically sets waypoint start and end and opens a dialog)//+  * **Round trip** //(Opens a dialog to specify the round trip, see below. Automatically sets waypoint start and end as specified.)// 
 + 
 +After selecting Round trip a dialog opens. In this dialog you can enter additional information for the round trip.\\ 
 +    * **Selection element** Start details //(Allows very flexible planning of the round trip by selecting different possible starting positions. The selection element with its selection options is not displayed if, e.g., the round trip is selected at bookmark or address point.)//: 
 +      * **Current start** //(Takeover of the position of the starting point of an existing route)// 
 +      * **Selected start** //(Takeover of the position where round trip was selected)// 
 +      * **Location** //(Taking over the position of the device location)// 
 +    * Approximate distance selectable with **slider** 
 +    * **[_] Direction** 
 +      * If selected, rough heading selection with **slider** 
 +    * Only in Kurviger Pro: Number of route suggestions selectable with **slider** (1 to 3).\\ 
 +    * Finally, click on ''**OK**'' in the dialog (former: GENERATE).\\ 
 + 
 +**For planning a route starting at the current location:** 
 +  * **Set end** //(For a route from A to B, it may be possible to set (specify) only the end (destination) in the app. Then, for example, the current location is automatically set as the start. This way, a route can be planned quite easily from the current location.)// 
 + 
 +**For planning a route starting at any specified position:** 
 +  * **Set start** //(For a route from A to B, any point can be set as the start. For this it is recommended to set the start first.)// 
 +  * In addition to the start, the end (destination) must also be set. 
 + 
 +**How to continue and How to select a round trip or How to set start or end** 
 + 
 +When the above items are set or specified, the corresponding route is created and displayed on the map. 
 + 
 +For a route, for example, more waypoints can be added or some can be removed see below. For more details on waypoints see more below.\\
  
 You have several options to open a menu where you can then select the desired action.\\  You have several options to open a menu where you can then select the desired action.\\ 
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     * //(see also "Set waypoints")//     * //(see also "Set waypoints")//
  
-**Variant C: Input of coordinates as a method of setting a waypoint** //(From 2.2.x)//\\+**Variant C: Input of coordinates as a method of setting a waypoint**\\
  
   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Tools**'' > ''**Location**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Tools**'' > ''**Location**'' >
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 To prevent irritating routing and turn instructions while driving, please control the route beforehand!\\ To prevent irritating routing and turn instructions while driving, please control the route beforehand!\\
 // //
- 
-When starting to plan the route, the following applies: 
-  * With **Round trip** a dialog opens additionally. In this dialog you can enter additional information for the round trip.\\ 
-    * **Selection element** Start details //(Allows very flexible planning of the round trip by selecting different possible starting positions)//: 
-      * **Current start** //(Takeover of the position of the starting point of an existing route)// 
-      * **Selected start** //(Takeover of the position where round trip was selected)// 
-      * **Location** //(Taking over the position of the device location)// 
-    * Approximate distance selectable with **slider** 
-    * **[_] Direction** 
-      * If selected, rough heading selection with **slider** 
-    * Only in Kurviger Pro: Number of route suggestions selectable with **slider** (1 to 3).\\ 
-    * Finally, click on ''**GENERATE**'' in the dialog.\\ 
- 
-  * **Start** and/or **End** must be set that **Route from A to B** can be created.\\  
-    * if you first select "Set end" without a start being set, the location is automatically set as start 
-    * if you select "Set start" first, you must also select "Set end" at another position afterwards 
- 
-When the above items are set or specified, the corresponding route is created. 
- 
-For a route, for example, more waypoints can be added or some can be removed see below. For more details on waypoints see more below.\\ 
  
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     * //(see also "Set waypoints")//     * //(see also "Set waypoints")//
  
-**Variant C: Input of coordinates as a method of setting a waypoint** //(From 2.2.x)//\\+**Variant C: Input of coordinates as a method of setting a waypoint**\\
  
   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Tools**'' > ''**Location**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Tools**'' > ''**Location**'' >
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 For both cases you can easily reverse the route with Kurviger. You just have to open the corresponding menu: For both cases you can easily reverse the route with Kurviger. You just have to open the corresponding menu:
   * ''**Route** //**(Long)**//'' > ''**Reverse route**'' >   * ''**Route** //**(Long)**//'' > ''**Reverse route**'' >
-or //(only in 2.1.x, in 2.2.x not available)// 
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Actions**'' > ''**Reverse route**'' > 
 After closing the menu, the route is created accordingly. After closing the menu, the route is created accordingly.
  
-It can happen that individual sections of the route run differently on the reversed route than on the original route. If necessary, display the track of the original route as an overlay and use it to control the reversed route (see below). Take into account that some route segments eventually are only passable in one direction.+It can happen that individual sections of the route run differently on the reversed route than on the original route. If necessary, display the track of the original route as an overlay and use it to control the reversed route (see below). Take into account that some route segments eventually are only passable in one direction or waypoints are possibly set on the opposite lane.
  
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 You may need to change the route profile and / or options and / or add / and or move via points and / or shaping points until the route meets your needs.\\ You may need to change the route profile and / or options and / or add / and or move via points and / or shaping points until the route meets your needs.\\
  
-To better identify the turn instruction points, you can display them with the route: +To better identify the turn instruction points, you can display them from a certain zoom level with the route: 
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Turn instruction nodes [x]**'' +  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Turn instructions (zoom level)**'' > 
-For the display of the turn instruction points, select the corresponding option here.+For the display of the turn instruction points, select the corresponding zoom level in the dialog.
  
 **PRO**: You can use the **Navi-Simulation** to control the route, for example. (see at "Additional topics of the operating guide", Link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]]). In the simulation, for example, you can jump from turn point to turn point. **PRO**: You can use the **Navi-Simulation** to control the route, for example. (see at "Additional topics of the operating guide", Link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]]). In the simulation, for example, you can jump from turn point to turn point.
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   * **Set shaping point** //(A shaping point is inserted at the position)//\\   * **Set shaping point** //(A shaping point is inserted at the position)//\\
   * **Segment profile** (only PRO) //(Profile of touched route segment can be modified, see "Kurviger Pro: Navigation, ...", link at the end of the page)//\\   * **Segment profile** (only PRO) //(Profile of touched route segment can be modified, see "Kurviger Pro: Navigation, ...", link at the end of the page)//\\
 +  * **Waypoints** //(Opens waypoint tool with forward/backward function)//\\
   * **Reverse route** //(Swaps start and destination as well as order of via and shaping points, route recalculation)//\\   * **Reverse route** //(Swaps start and destination as well as order of via and shaping points, route recalculation)//\\
   * **Show whole route** //(Map is zoomed and moved so that whole route is visible)//\\   * **Show whole route** //(Map is zoomed and moved so that whole route is visible)//\\
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 |For details see topic "Kurviger Pro: Navigation, ..." at "Additional topics of the operating guide", link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]]. || |For details see topic "Kurviger Pro: Navigation, ..." at "Additional topics of the operating guide", link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]]. ||
  
-You can display the turn instruction points with the route in the app. You select this with+You can display the turn instruction points depending on the zoom level with the route in the app: 
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Turn instruction nodes [_]**''+  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Turn instructions (zoom level)**'' 
 + 
 +For zoom levels smaller than set the turn instruction points are hidden.
  
 When the turn instruction nodes (points) are displayed, you can view the associated instruction: When the turn instruction nodes (points) are displayed, you can view the associated instruction:
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   * The popup can be hidden again by briefly tapping on it.   * The popup can be hidden again by briefly tapping on it.
  
-From 2.2.x there are more / other options for displaying the turn instruction points. +Also the waypoints can be displayed depending on the zoom level (see more below).
- +
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Turn instructions (zoom level)**''+
- +
-From 2.2.x there are also more / other options for displaying the waypoints (see more below). +
- +
-//Note:\\ +
-When displaying the turn points, it can happen that individual shaping points are almost completely covered by a turn point. It may then not be possible to tap the corresponding shaping point. In this case, switch off the display of the turn points or use the waypoint list.\\ +
-// +
- +
-From 2.2.x: There is an option to select one of the available markers. +
- +
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Map**'' > ''**Layers**'' >+
  
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 The markers in the overlay are set, for example, when importing a route file, if the corresponding **Overlay** selection is made during importing (see below "Route transfer", "Import"). The markers in the overlay are set, for example, when importing a route file, if the corresponding **Overlay** selection is made during importing (see below "Route transfer", "Import").
  
-In the address search (and from 2.2.x with the input of coordinates to display a location), an address point is displayed as a location marker in the overlay.+In the address search (or with the input of coordinates to display a location), an address point is displayed as a location marker in the overlay.
  
 The data intended for the overlay does not affect the route planning. The data intended for the overlay does not affect the route planning.
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   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Route width**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Route width**'' >
- 
-  * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Track color**'' > 
  
   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Track width**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Track width**'' >
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 First work with the basic setting. Then, if necessary, adjust the settings step by step to personal preferences. First work with the basic setting. Then, if necessary, adjust the settings step by step to personal preferences.
  
-From 2.2.x: The track color can be selected during import. So different tracks can be displayed with different colors.+When **importing a route file**, the **color of the overlay (track)** can be selected. So different imported overlays (trackscan be displayed with different colors.
  
 **PRO**: You can additionally select a separate route profile color for each of the different route profiles in the settings, see topic "Kurviger Pro: Navigation, ..." at "Additional topics of the operating guide", link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]]. **PRO**: You can additionally select a separate route profile color for each of the different route profiles in the settings, see topic "Kurviger Pro: Navigation, ..." at "Additional topics of the operating guide", link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]].
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 //Note:\\ //Note:\\
-When deleting the overlay, all markers of the overlay will be deleted! Also all location markers that you have set with the address lookup (and from 2.2.x with the input of coordinates to display a location)!\\+When deleting the overlay, all markers of the overlay will be deleted! Also all location markers that you have set with the address lookup (or with the input of coordinates to display a location)!\\
 // //
  
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 ATTENTION! If imported routes cross continental borders, there may be problems calculating the route. Routes across continental borders are difficult to calculate for technical reasons and there are limitations (see [[:web:faq:route_across_different_continents|here]]).\\ ATTENTION! If imported routes cross continental borders, there may be problems calculating the route. Routes across continental borders are difficult to calculate for technical reasons and there are limitations (see [[:web:faq:route_across_different_continents|here]]).\\
  
-Till 2.1.x: If you want to extend a route with another imported route, in the app it is not possible with importing a route in *.kurviger format. For this task, for example, the gpx format is recommended.\\ +If you want to extend a route with another imported route, it is possible with importing a route file e.g. in *.kurviger format or in *.gpx format.\\
-From 2.2.x: To extend a route with another imported route in the app this is also possible with *.kurviger format.\\+
  
 Even if one wants or has to work with other formats, it is recommended to export a route in *.kurviger format first. One can then also access (import) this file at a later time and export (save) it e.g. in other formats or create variations of the route by changes (e.g. route reversal, options, route profile, add, move, delete waypoints).\\ Even if one wants or has to work with other formats, it is recommended to export a route in *.kurviger format first. One can then also access (import) this file at a later time and export (save) it e.g. in other formats or create variations of the route by changes (e.g. route reversal, options, route profile, add, move, delete waypoints).\\
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   * **IMPORTANT:**   * **IMPORTANT:**
     * When importing *.kurviger route files with option different from "Original route" or when modifying the route with new, moved, modified, deleted waypoints the route is calculated!      * When importing *.kurviger route files with option different from "Original route" or when modifying the route with new, moved, modified, deleted waypoints the route is calculated! 
-    * Even with *.kurviger files, deviations between the calculated route and the original route can occur. Reason: e.g. revisions of the map and routing data and / or the route calculation. Therefore, the option "**Overlay + Routing**" should be selected when importing. Then you can see the deviations when comparing the track and the route and can recreate the same route by setting e.g. shaping points.\\+    * Even with *.kurviger files, deviations between the calculated route and the original route can occur. Reason: e.g. revisions of the map and routing data and / or the route calculation. Therefore, the option "**Overlay + Routing**" should be selected when importing. Then you can see the deviations when comparing the track and the route and can recreate the same route by setting e.g. shaping points (Exception: In case of map data changes due to road modifications, this may not be possible at the corresponding areas).\\
     * Routes created with app Kurviger (with PRO subscription) contain additional options (e.g. different route profiles (fast, curvy, ...) within a route. These options are not used in Kurviger (Free). The different route profiles are currently only taken into account in Kurviger (Free) if no route calculation or rerouting takes place. Therefore, "**Overlay + Routing**" should also be selected here when importing (see above)!       * Routes created with app Kurviger (with PRO subscription) contain additional options (e.g. different route profiles (fast, curvy, ...) within a route. These options are not used in Kurviger (Free). The different route profiles are currently only taken into account in Kurviger (Free) if no route calculation or rerouting takes place. Therefore, "**Overlay + Routing**" should also be selected here when importing (see above)!  
     * Routes created with Kurviger Tourer (website) contain additional options in the website (e.g. different route profiles (fast, curvy, ...) within a route, display of road types (Unpaved, ...), potentially closed roads, speed limits). These options are not or only limited used in Kurviger (Free) and PRO. The different route profiles are currently only taken into account in Kurviger (Free) if no route calculation or rerouting takes place. Therefore, "**Overlay + Routing**" should also be selected here when importing (see above)! The different views are currently not possible in the app.     * Routes created with Kurviger Tourer (website) contain additional options in the website (e.g. different route profiles (fast, curvy, ...) within a route, display of road types (Unpaved, ...), potentially closed roads, speed limits). These options are not or only limited used in Kurviger (Free) and PRO. The different route profiles are currently only taken into account in Kurviger (Free) if no route calculation or rerouting takes place. Therefore, "**Overlay + Routing**" should also be selected here when importing (see above)! The different views are currently not possible in the app.
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 ^Kurviger dialogs for importing a route file (Android storage access framework without fig.) ^^^ ^Kurviger dialogs for importing a route file (Android storage access framework without fig.) ^^^
-^{{:app:manual:op_ap2_068.jpg?160}} ^{{:app:manual:op_ap2_069a.jpg?160}} ^{{:app:manual:op_ap2_069b.jpg?160}} |+^{{:app:manual:op_ap2_068.jpg?160}} ^{{:app:manual:op_ap2_069c.jpg?160}} ^{{:app:manual:op_ap2_069d.jpg?160}} |
 |Import (Route file) |*.kurviger selected, Options |*.gpx selected, Options |  |Import (Route file) |*.kurviger selected, Options |*.gpx selected, Options | 
 |//(Pictures are only rough examples. Depending on settings, view may differ significantly. For actual view, content and language please consider texts in the guide and / or use app.)// ||| |//(Pictures are only rough examples. Depending on settings, view may differ significantly. For actual view, content and language please consider texts in the guide and / or use app.)// |||
 |**A**: Selection element for **Use of data** |**A1**: Selection element for **Data for overlay** |**A2**: Selection element for **Data for route calculation** | |**A**: Selection element for **Use of data** |**A1**: Selection element for **Data for overlay** |**A2**: Selection element for **Data for route calculation** |
 +|**Ac**: With **Overlay color panel** open dialog for overlay (track) color selection. |||
 |**B**: Selection element for **Adjusting the route to the current location** |**C**: Check for **Extend current route with import route** |**D**: Slider to specify **Max number of waypoints** | |**B**: Selection element for **Adjusting the route to the current location** |**C**: Check for **Extend current route with import route** |**D**: Slider to specify **Max number of waypoints** |
-|From 2.2.x: When importing, a different color can be selected for each track (overlay) ||| 
 |//(Open selection elements by touching the arrow or the text)// ||| |//(Open selection elements by touching the arrow or the text)// |||
  
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     * **Routing** (//(Only the route (with waypoints and turn instruction points (optional)) is displayed)//     * **Routing** (//(Only the route (with waypoints and turn instruction points (optional)) is displayed)//
     * **Overlay + Routing** //(Track and route (with waypoints and turn instruction points (optional)) are displayed)//     * **Overlay + Routing** //(Track and route (with waypoints and turn instruction points (optional)) are displayed)//
-    From 2.2.xThe color of the track (overlay) may be selected+  **Ac:** With the **Overlay color panel** a dialog for selecting the color of the overlay (track) can be opened. For different imported route files the color of the overlay (trackcan be selected differently.
  
 **file format different from *.kurviger (e.g. *.gpx) was selected:**\\ **file format different from *.kurviger (e.g. *.gpx) was selected:**\\
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     * **Waypoints** //(If the route file contains waypoint data, the associated waypoints are displayed as an overlay on the map.)//     * **Waypoints** //(If the route file contains waypoint data, the associated waypoints are displayed as an overlay on the map.)//
     * **None** //(No overlay is displayed from the route file data.)//     * **None** //(No overlay is displayed from the route file data.)//
-    From 2.2.xThe color of the track (overlay) may be selected+  **Ac:**: With the **Overlay color panel** a dialog for selecting the color of the overlay (track) can be opened. For different imported route files the color of the overlay (trackcan be selected differently.
  
   * For other file formats, the selectable options may differ.   * For other file formats, the selectable options may differ.
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   * **B:** In selection element **Adjusting the route to the current location** is selectable:   * **B:** In selection element **Adjusting the route to the current location** is selectable:
     * **Route to start**     * **Route to start**
-    * **Route to nearest point**+    * **Route to nearest waypoint**
     * **Original route** (Previously: Unchanged)     * **Original route** (Previously: Unchanged)
  
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   * **B:** In selection element **Adjusting the route to the current location** is selectable:   * **B:** In selection element **Adjusting the route to the current location** is selectable:
     * **Route to start**     * **Route to start**
-    * **Route to nearest point**+    * **Route to nearest waypoint**
     * **Original route** (Previously: Unchanged)     * **Original route** (Previously: Unchanged)
  
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   * To extend the route, select the appropriate option here.\\   * To extend the route, select the appropriate option here.\\
-  * Till 2.1.x: For this you need e.g. a *.gpx route file. From 2.2.x: For this you need e.g. a *.kurviger or a *.gpx route file.+  * For this you need e.g. a *.kurviger or a *.gpx route file.
  
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 First tips for creating a route can also be found in "Getting Started".\\ First tips for creating a route can also be found in "Getting Started".\\
  
-You can set the appearance of the route (color, width) and of a track uploaded as an overlay (color, width, style) at+You can set the appearance of the route (color, width) and of a track uploaded as an overlay (width, style) at
   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' >
  
-From 2.2.x, you can also select the color when importing a track.+You can also select the color of the overlay (track) when importing a route file. See above at "Import (load) a route file".
  
 Create route, etc. is a very extensive topic. There may well be problems, especially when exchanging in other formats (*.gpx, *.itn, ...),or from and to other Navi devices. But there are solutions for this as well.\\ Create route, etc. is a very extensive topic. There may well be problems, especially when exchanging in other formats (*.gpx, *.itn, ...),or from and to other Navi devices. But there are solutions for this as well.\\
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     * The position of the address point is taken as the position.     * The position of the address point is taken as the position.
  
-**Variant C: Input of coordinates as a method of setting a waypoint** //(From 2.2.x)//\\+**Variant C: Input of coordinates as a method of setting a waypoint**\\
 (See also "Map, ..., Coordinates" at "Additional topics of the operating guide", Link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]])\\ (See also "Map, ..., Coordinates" at "Additional topics of the operating guide", Link [[app:manual:route#Links|at the end of the page]])\\
 Internet connection is required!\\ Internet connection is required!\\
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 You want to mark a certain waypoint (e.g. meeting point) on your route. Then you can show the corresponding popup. You drive your route in follow or navigation mode. When you approach the waypoint, you will recognize it early in the map, depending on the zoom level. When you reach the waypoint, you can then close the popup and possibly open the popup of another interesting waypoint.\\ You want to mark a certain waypoint (e.g. meeting point) on your route. Then you can show the corresponding popup. You drive your route in follow or navigation mode. When you approach the waypoint, you will recognize it early in the map, depending on the zoom level. When you reach the waypoint, you can then close the popup and possibly open the popup of another interesting waypoint.\\
 For calculated driving time, the map data is taken into account. Depending on the driving style and map data, the actual driving time may well differ from the calculated time.\\ For calculated driving time, the map data is taken into account. Depending on the driving style and map data, the actual driving time may well differ from the calculated time.\\
-When displaying the turn points, it can happen that individual shaping points are almost completely covered by a turn point. It may then not be possible to tap the corresponding shaping point. In this case, switch off the display of the turn points or use the waypoint list.\\ 
-From 2.2.x: There is an option to select one of the available marker.\\ 
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   * **Edit** //(Edit the name of the waypoint)//\\   * **Edit** //(Edit the name of the waypoint)//\\
   * **Delete** //(Deletes the waypoint from the route)//\\   * **Delete** //(Deletes the waypoint from the route)//\\
 +  * **Split route** //(Split route part 1 / part 2)//\\
 +  * **Waypoints** //(Opens waypoint tool with forward/backward function)//\\
   * **More...** //(Opens menu with more actions)//\\   * **More...** //(Opens menu with more actions)//\\
  
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 Set actions change the type of the waypoint. Depending on the type, more or less set actions are selectable.\\ Set actions change the type of the waypoint. Depending on the type, more or less set actions are selectable.\\
 If you set as start or as destination, the previous waypoint start or destination may be deleted! See below "Change waypoint type".\\ If you set as start or as destination, the previous waypoint start or destination may be deleted! See below "Change waypoint type".\\
-When displaying the turn points, it can happen that individual shaping points are almost completely covered by a turn point. It may then not be possible to tap the corresponding shaping point. In this case, switch off the display of the turn points or use the waypoint list.\\ 
-From 2.2.x: There is an option to select one of the available marker.\\ 
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 If waypoints have to be set for separate lanes, set them on the lane of the intended direction if possible, otherwise irritating route guidance and turn instructions may be possible!\\ If waypoints have to be set for separate lanes, set them on the lane of the intended direction if possible, otherwise irritating route guidance and turn instructions may be possible!\\
 To prevent irritating routing and turn instructions, please control the route!\\ To prevent irritating routing and turn instructions, please control the route!\\
-When displaying the turn points, it can happen that individual shaping points are almost completely covered by a turn point. It may then not be possible to tap the corresponding shaping point. In this case, switch off the display of the turn points.\\ 
-From 2.2.x: There is an option to select one of the available marker.\\ 
 // //
  
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     * The waypoint of the previous end is deleted and the position of the new waypoint is set as the end     * The waypoint of the previous end is deleted and the position of the new waypoint is set as the end
  
-**Variant C: Extend route, i.e. the previous destination remains as an via point (in 2.1.x, from 2.2.x ?) and is supplemented by a new destination on the map**.\\+**Variant C: Extend route, i.e. the previous destination remains as a shaping point and is supplemented by a new destination on the map**.\\
  
   * ''**Map** //**(Long)**//'' > ''**Extend route**'' >   * ''**Map** //**(Long)**//'' > ''**Extend route**'' >
     * The crosshairs tool is displayed. Move the map so that the desired position is displayed in the crosshairs (the map can be zoomed as required). Then confirm by touching the "confirm" symbol.     * The crosshairs tool is displayed. Move the map so that the desired position is displayed in the crosshairs (the map can be zoomed as required). Then confirm by touching the "confirm" symbol.
-    * The waypoint of the previous end is kept as an via point and the position of the new waypoint is set as the end+    * The waypoint of the previous end is kept as a shaping point and the position of the new waypoint is set as the end
  
 **More Variants:** **More Variants:**
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 ===== Show / hide waypoints ===== ===== Show / hide waypoints =====
  
-From 2.2.x, waypoints can be shown or hidden depending on the zoom level:+Waypoints can be shown or hidden depending on the zoom level. This is possible separate for Via points and Shaping points:
  
-**Via-Points:**+**Via points:**
  
   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Via points (zoom level)**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Via points (zoom level)**'' >
  
-**Shaping-Points:**+**Shaping points:**
  
   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Shaping points (zoom level)**'' >   * ''**Menu** button'' > ''**Settings**'' > ''**Routing**'' > ''**Shaping points (zoom level)**'' >
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 +At zoom levels smaller than set, the respective waypoints are hidden.
  
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app/manual/route.txt · Last modified: 2022/07/03 17:22 by walterg