Window when hitting a track in the map

tkansgar shared this question 5 months ago
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Hi,

in older versions of Locus, when I hit a track on the map screen, a small popup appeared allowing me to do some things with that track (e.g. modifying it on the map). Now a large window appears covering approximately 70 % of the (my) map screen. There is no possibility to zoom out or pan the map to see any things covered by that window. Is it possible to make the window somewhat smaller, so that it covers less of the map?

Another issue here is this: If I choose the track modifying function and then navigate over the track by using the forward and backward buttons in the bottom left corner, the trackpoint navigared to is centered to the center of that very small map screen remainder not covered by the large track window, though it has disappeared. Want to say, the center is not recalculated when hiding the window.

BR

tkansgar

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Hi,

1) there are some changes planned for the track screen in the future, not its resizing, though

2) not able to simulate the issue... sorry. The track modifier screen covers 100% of my phone screen:

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> 2) not able to simulate the issue... sorry. The track modifier screen covers 100% of my phone screen:

But when you navigate over the trackpoints using the orange buttons, each point isn't centered in the middle of the screen but near its top edge. On your screen I guess 20% from the point to the top, but 80% to the bottom edge. In my case I guess 15% / 85%. It should be 50% / 50%. The place, where the points are centered, results from the size of the track data window, which was shown before. Do you understand, what I want to say?

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Thanks for the clarification, now I understand. Forwarded to the main developer.

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