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Navigation, and no transit

Waldemar Wawoczny shared this question 16 months ago
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Hi,
please give me an honest answer to the following problem:
1) I am following the route according to the navigation (according to the Priority of the route),
2) I have reached a place where the route is impassable.
And now:
Will Locus allow me to suggest a detour? if so, how?
Waldek

PS

there is Locus 4.12.1 and you are still on 4.12, but there are changes, aren't there?

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Yes. Just add a "no-go" point on the impassable place. Example:

- this is the original route:

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- tap the navi box and open the navi menu. Tap to add a no-go point on the position of the cursor:

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- Locus creates a detour:

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All this is described in the Locus manual: https://docs.locusmap.app/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:functions:navigation

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Thanks,
so I thought that this option >> "Add a ban" would cause a detour (something like no-go in BR)
waldek

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There is no "Add a ban" in Locus. There is only "Add no-go", available both in the route planner and during navigation.

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Hi,

I did a simple test with this prohibition point (no-go)

and unfortunately, absolutely nothing.

The route has not changed, as if the point was not an obstacle but a red circle informing about the obstacle.

Recalculation did not work either.

To sum up - if this no-go point doesn't work, what's the point?

By the way, in Polish this option is called: "Dodaj zakaz" as if to translate it into English, it does not come out "Add no-go"

and as for the help page, it really is very tight, and about that no-go is given only its definition

Waldek

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As for the term - we define only the default language - English. The translations are made by volunteering Locus users in a crowdsourcing project (more info https://docs.locusmap.app/doku.php?id=manual:about:translation)

As for the defunct no-go point - could you describe exactly step by step how you get to the issue? What route do you use - rendered by a router in Locus (which router do you use?) or imported? We need as much info as possible to successfully simulate the issue and find its cause. Thanks.

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