Min and Max for altitude-based track color

Tirfo shared this idea 7 years ago
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Hey

I've got a question regarding coloring of tracks according to “Altitude”: Is there is an option to set the range for altitude-based coloring of tracks, ie minimum altitude (blue) and maximum altitude (red)? The idea behind this is that this would allow for a quick and rough comparison of two or more tracks (eg alternative tracks in case of bad weather/snow in the mountains). If there is no option yet (at least I could not find it), you may take this as an idea. Ideally, once set, min and max should apply for all tracks on display with altitude-based color coding, or could be included in the folder-style settings.

Thanks!

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Hello,


I've changed this question to idea, as no such option exists in Locus. Colors are generated automatically for every track from min (blue) to max (red) altitude in current track.

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Sounds not so bad. currently there is no way to compare two tracks on map.

Hmm, maybe it's difficult to set a range.

eg.: a range from 0(blue) to 3000(red) in the settings

a single track line on map with altitude 400 - 1000 would be only green(?) with minimal gradient color


What ever +1 from me to TEST it :)

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