Navigate offline with BRouter

Gastrapper0815 shared this question 2 months ago
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Hi,

i have navigated along a saved route offline with Brouter.

Is it possible to save the results from the navigation as a track?


Kind ragards


Gastrapper0815

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Export as track.

Select your saved route ( In database tracks).

In the bottom bar tap the ^ sign. Opens a menu.

Tap export > Export as gpx file. 1.0 or 1.1. (Show more).


http://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:export&utm_source=application&utm_medium=Locus%20Map%20Pro

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Hi,

if you navigated to a particular place and BRouter calculated route ("Navigate to" feature), you can find the route in the tab "Recently used" when you tap "Navigate to". Tap the route, it appears on map, tap it again and tap the popup label. Then go on as 0709 has advised.

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Hi Michal,

today I have tried your suggestion.

But the route wasn´t after I have finished my training in "recently used".

I´ve found in a manual a note that the brouter have a menu like the attached picture.

Perhaps this is the reason for my problem.

But I can´t find this menu on my phone.

Do you know where is this menu?

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Hi,

it's not "BRouter" menu, the option to set saving of the navigated route is in the navigation panel that opens when you tap "Navigate to" feature. It's hidden under the "Show more" button: http://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:functions:navigation:point-to-point#navigation_start

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Hi Michal,

i have found the menue.

My problem is, that only a "navigation to" is stored in "recently used".

If I take a "route" and "navigato to" with the route there isn´t any recording in "recently used".

Is it possible to change settings for recording if I "navigate to" with a "route"?


(Alternative i haved tried to go with "navigate to" without a rout. But in this option I can only take 3 intermediate points. This isn´t enough for me.)


I hope you have an idea what can I do.

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Hi,

"Navigate to" command calculates a route to a particular target. If you have a route ready in advance, Locus navigates along it - there's no need to save the navigated route when it already exists. If you need to save your track after training, record it (more about track recording: http://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:recording.

If you need to plan a more complex route, use route planner instead of "Navigate to". More about route planning: http://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:planning

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Hi Michal,

What do you do if you want to drive a route in a foreign country and you want to save your training results?

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Hi,

1) I plan the route in Route planner

2) I navigate along the route and record the track

3) I save the track when the training is over

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Hi Michal,

I have going with your description.

It worked.

I was not aware that Locus map 2 mode can be executed at the same time.

Navigate along the route + record a track.

It´s easy.


Thank you for your help.

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