How to avoid critical strict set in Navigation.
With self-overlapping (MTB) tracks, this due to GPS location tolerances combined with small map inaccuracies, the navigator sometimes unexpectedly jumps to a nearest trackpoint of a track_route section that will normally come much later.
Avoid this with Navigation Set Strict. But strict has disadvantages if you unexpectedly miss a trackpoint. Like when you lose a GPS lock at tunnel passages.
Can you possibly avoid a false trackpoint selection without using the (VERY) strict mode?
Current Locus version.
Locus has a visual aid tool that does brings the next track_route to follow into the foreground, this by "blurring" the later track_route traject sections.
A viable idea suggestion?
Hide the "faded" parts also away from the Locus trackpoint to next trackpoint selector.
So Locus probably would then not unexpectedly jump to a route_track section designed to be navigated only much later.