Route planner: Change the sequence of via-point and shaping-point and recalculate.

freischneider shared this idea 19 months ago
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I create several via point and shaping point. Then I calculate the route. Now I want to change the sequence of the points. Point 2 should be between point 3 and 4 (then point 3 becomes number 2. And what point 2 was later is point 3) And point 5 should be in second place (As a result, the (new) points 2 to 4 would move one point backward. Only the 6 would stay)

Then I want to recreate the calculation of the route and check the result.

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Such a function is also available in "Navigate To"Could you take over from there in the route planner

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The question is, how do you get the via/shape points from the routeplanner to the navigation of your screnshot.

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Another idea for implementing the proposal.

All points (Shap and Via) in a list.

Then change order, choose.

The numbers of the points (1, 2, 3 ....) are then highlighted in gray.

Then I write in new numbers.

Locus changes the route to the new numbers order.

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Honestly, Menion and Team, nowadays this is too basic to be not implemented in Locus, IMHO.

Also it makes sense to close the artificial gap between route-planning and navigation.

As you cannot switch maps in route-planning you have to limit yourself to close-distance plannings and scroll and zoom a lot to select your points..you will bite yourself if you do a mistake.

Well easy to add more reasons and examples, but as we all are very in the topic it's not necessary I guess.

Maybe you can organise it that at a certain point (route-planning > 'manage points' e.g.) the identical dialog/window will appear, the blue 'navigation'-button is conditional and changes with regard to route-planning or navigation, and after pressing it you will get brought back. Sort of..

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T-mo, changes regards "unification" of "Navigate to" and "Route planner" are really planned. Hopefully this year (finally).

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Nice to hear. Yeah, you've got the 2020-master-list and know what's best next :-) there still has not been a real feedback to this topic yet, even though it has been mentioned several times here and there. That still makes different people stumble upon this throughout the last 1,5year I guess, some still several times..google-maps, viamichelin, graphhopper, kurviger, ..contemporary as self-explanatory, human love to work with easy manageable lists &:-P

Thank you for your time and reply

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