Is there a way to view offline Locus maps and plan routes on a PC?

Géza Györgyi shared this question 16 months ago
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Use Locus maps on Win10 or Linux

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Hello.

How to use Locus Map on a PC please see

https://www.locusmap.eu/how-to-use-locus-map-on-a-pc/

Best regards.

Adela

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Thank you, Adéla, the linked guidance is excellent and has many options.

May I add one more, namely, I found scrcpy, which brings up the screen of the mobile in a window on a PC and one can comfortably control the mobile by mouse and keyboard. It is is snap-packaged for the current Ubuntu-Linux, the OS I am using, so installation on the PC was by a single command, and it runs without registration or any further ado. Viewing tracks on the PC screen is indeed a great experience!


I didn't notice your kind answer earlier, saw it only today by chance. Would you please react briefly, so as to test whether I am getting an email notification.

Best,

Géza

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In my opinion SCRCPY should be promoted as the standard solution and development of web version should be stopped (it can never be as good as the native app).

Or hope that Locusmaps can run natively on Windows 11.

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This topic is partially obsolete because it's possible to use a new Locus web planner https://web.locusmap.app/en/ for planning. Anyway thank you for the idea with scrpy

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