this is a long known "problem". It's caused by a way, how lines are drawn. Outline isn't just a thin line on sides of inner line, but it's just same line as inner, but a wider. So Locus firstly draw outline and over it draw inner line. Result is what you reported - incorrectly colored line where outline color completely over-color inner semitransparent line.
Currently I do not know any working solution.
Even before four years, it was "long known problem".
Unfortunately, it does not still have any usable solution. So I'm closing it as "unsolvable".
Is not it possible to draw a thin line to the left and right of the main line?I would like to make 100% transparent. So that I can recognize the rendering of the way on the map. So that I still recognize the track well, I would like to use outline (border).
0709 wrote to me so topic closed and maybe not seen anymore. @ Menion: Did you read my last post or do I have to open a new topic?Discussion in German Forum: https://forum.locusmap.eu/index.php?topic=6658.0
yes, I've got a notification on your post, but my answer, 9 months old, is still the same.
Only how this may be done is for every line, compute in currently visible zoom&scale, additional two lines with the defined offset from the base line and draw these two lines separately. I see here a huge increase in CPU usage because compute offsets for every tiny change of scale is just crazy. Sorry, but till Locus will use software rendering for drawing lines & points and not directly graphics card and so-called OpenGL system, this does not have a usable solution. Thanks for understanding.
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