@Handscombmp said in Suggestions for the RX library? Leave them here.:
I’d like to be able to view a map which shows all the routes already loaded.
Whilst I appreciate it may get busy it would allow me to see if there is already a route for the area I’m interested in visiting.
Currently having to go into each route in turn is a lot of work especially if I don’t know the area so can’t figure it out by names
It is hoped that a future update will reveal the route while hovering over the icon
It says Beta so I will treat it as a Beta and always have a backup plan with me, the Tom Tom Rider 550
The most interesting thing in this release is the “Always place Waypoints on the Road” option.
Maybe this has been there for a while but I have just started using MRA Navigation again recently for the last month.
So in edit mode in MRA Navigation after you have created the first waypoint, all Waypoints you add thereafter are guaranteed to be exactly on the nearest Route Line.
That may well be quicker than doing it in MRA Planner as no need to fully zoom for each waypoint.
And if you create a route in MRA Navigation it does then pull into MRA Planner.
Pretty cool methinks.
For me I have had only one issue with it where I had a “figure of 8” route that had Waypoint 2 appearing twice on the route because the route came back through the same Road I started on.
It was an easy fix to just remove that particular waypoint which wasn’t even Waypoint Number 2 but was actually showing as Waypoint Number 2.
I know there are users that are having issues with it so I’m just wondering how we as a community can support those users.
I guess the issues are based on the fact that there are so many different Android variants and the different manufacturers often put there own UI version on it.
Maybe if Android users declared their Phone make and model then users on the same models could try to re-create issues that others on the same model are having.
I’m on a Samsung S10 so if any users are having issues on those then I would be happy to try to re-create any issues, share my settings etc etc etc.
@Steve-Lynch said in Slight route differences between Sat Nav devices:
And if you are a bit OCD like me and don’t like seeing a Waypoint named “Waypoint” rather than the Road Name, then just move the waypoint a tiny bit (Zoom fully in) and it will pull in the Road name etc.
I share your OCD pain
@Ric-Atkinson WebM is open source and free, MP4 requires paying a licence fee. WebM is a Google product which explains why it runs on chrome.
I expect that many of the animations (many trials) are not recorded, hence it makes sense to work with an entirely free format and only move to MP4 requiring paying fees at user request.
Maybe you could try downloading in WebM to your own computer, and then converting to MP4 on your computer; There are a number of such convertors available on the ent.
@Werner-19 I think the answers above already cover this but my tactic is to start each route at a starting point at some distance from my hotel (in your case this would be the first waypoint of the first road you really want to take; This allows the GPS to calculate the most efficient route from where your car/motorcycle is to that first point, highway or no highway.
My last point is then really in front of the next hotel because that is where i must end up
@Jack-van-Tilburg said in Geen tracklog in de app op mijn tablet:
In de app zijn ze ook te vinden hoor.
Ga in de app naar <Mijn routes>.
Vervolgens naar <Paginamenu> rechtsboven in beeld.
In het volgende venster kun je jouw tracklogs vinden.
Als je daar een tracklog opent, vind je onder in het venster het menu <Animation>.
Nogmaals dank Jack. Ben blij met deze kennis
Das geht nur als Gold member mittels Page Menue, Toolkit, Revers. Meine Menues sind auf englisch eingestellt.
Nach dem Umdrehen die Routenpunkte kontrollieren, ob sie bei Richtungsfahrbahnen (Autobahn) auf der richtigen Fahrbahnseite sind.