The basic account uses the OSM map, with a Gold account, you may have used the Here or TT map, possibly there is your route problem question. You can view your routes directly from the app, so how you see them in the planner (web) you should also see them in the Mobile app.
Solution, take a Gold subscription, it's not that expensive.
@EmiR-0 said in Afstand en reisduur tot eindbestemming zien met verschillende routepunten:
Dat ziet er mij zondermeer een fantastische reis uit. Hopelijk gooit COVID geen roet in het eten (of op de weg )
@Nick-Carthew said in Ferry Problem:
@Gil-Yoder The Nav app should take you to the ferry, ignore it if it tries to re-route you. It should then re-calculate when you arrive on the other side.
This makes sense, Nick. Thank you for your help.
@Reinhard-32 said in Navigation with windows 10 tablet:
Hi Drabslab, I misunderstood your question. A native MRA Navigation App is a good idea. But is there a marked for that?
I would guess yes. Microsoft has a few times completely lost in the mobile market (first by designing a tablet that did not sell) then with the Nokia phones that went nowhere. But the surface line of tablets seems a real success, even to the extend that it "forced" Apple in doing something they promised would never do.
Anyway, it seems to me that bringing MRA Nav to the windows platform, where MRA Web is already very happy, should not be an ultra complicated thing?
If you have a set of coordinates you want to use, you might have to convert them to decimal degrees from degrees, minutes, and seconds. There are several web sites that provide that service. For example: