Improve copied-reversed track creation
When I create a copy of a track with Reverse+Generate Command options as below
the new track has a navigation waypoint at every minor change of direction of the road, not just at road intersections, as below
Locus is using its old internal simplistic algorithm for calculating navigation waypoints based on road geometry. Once I commence navigation I can tap the Recalculate button to eliminate these fake waypoints but this leads to other problems because the recalculation is not based on the original compute source (in my case BRouter) or the original waypoints or via points. For anything except very simple copies where navigation is not required, the new track is of little use, and it is generally quicker just to create the new track from scratch using the Route Planner.
So, when creating a reversed copy of a track which was itself created with the Route Planner, could the original track section profiles, the original waypoints, and original via points, all be preserved and the new track calculated in a method similar to if the user had used the Route Planner?