Distance in track details 2D?
I was wondering if LOCUS calculates the 2D distance of a track or the 3D distance which includes the altitude. For example: If you walk at a sharp gradient for one meter horizontal by "climbing" one meter altitude, you have to walk root 2 meters (1,41m). Does LOCUS display for that example a distance of 1m or 1,41m?
An easy way to get the real walked diatance is to calculate the hypotenuse of a rectangular triangle by using the 2D distance of the GPS-track (length of the line) as one side and the whole altitude on the other side.