The stick is a nice gesture but rather something I would donate to loyal users or very active community members for Christmas (no I am not soliciting 😉 ) Why would anyone convinced of the easiness of the online search tool enjoy a catalog of off-line routes. And uhm, a "PowerBank" of 900 mAh..?
I don't mean to be a harsh critic, but I honestly think the effort is better spent differently.
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 🤞
@Timo-Martosatiman-MRA It seems a little ‘opportunistic’ of you to interpret my comments on the ‘new look’ as favouring it over the current UI! All I’ve seen of the former are the images above - hardly a fair comparison. And doubly opportunistic given my ink blot analogy: Well chosen text labels on hovering on an icon are equally valid and important in either case. You could make the icon for changing the waypoint type pretty much anything, a stylised burger for instance (such that no-one would have a clue from the graphic); as long as the accompanying text is explicit, all users are certain of function. Thus my referring to ‘tinkering around the edges’… I see the new look as being of very little consequence either way.
I take your point regarding the two MRA components being distinct from the development perspective. I wish you would consider my viewpoint of them being absolutely essential to one another nonetheless. Combined, they are a potential release from poor route planning environments and the expense and built in obsolescence of dedicated devices, but only when both work reliably… We both know that really isn’t so in relation to one element… And that, for me, is a deal breaker.
I have only seen complaints from a handful or two that were opposed to the new look
Silence is not necessarily a sign of approval, complaints, or critical remarks, do indicate that someone is not entirely happy although this may be for a totally different reason as that person describes.
Anyway, MRA is doing well, I am looking forward to what comes (very soon as promised above) 🙂