Why points with low GPS accuracy get recorded anyway?
This week I was recording a track with Locus Pro v3.32.2 and heared some "beeps". After looking at the map on the screen I saw there were points completely off track, probably due to GPS errors. There was a clear sky but a lot of wind, don't know if it was the culprit. Is the beep produced by Locus?
However when I started the recording I chose the "on foot / walking" profile, so I'm asking: why does Locus record those points anyway, even though it's impossible to teleport away from the track?
Please consider the attached GPX file (segment #2 in particular); will it be possible to filter those errors before they get recorded? The errors have an high PDOP so the application should be able to tell them apart according to the chosed profile.
At the moment I deleted the points with the track editor after saving the track, but during the hiking the statistics are misrepresented due to the problem and it's a tedious process anyway.
EDIT: I also would like - if it will be possibile in the future - a feature like THIS; unfortunately it still didn't receive so many votes :-(