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 <wrap info>​This option is available to Locus Map Pro users only.</​wrap>​ <wrap info>​This option is available to Locus Map Pro users only.</​wrap>​
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-Navigation route is recalculated automatically if the deviation from the former route is greater than the parameter **distance for recalculation**. ​Needs internet connection in case an online routing service is selected (e.g. GraphHopper Online or YOURS). For [[manual:​user_guide:​functions:​navigation:​point-to-point#​offline_navigation|offline routing]] it is necessary to additionally download and install **BRouter** co-app and download **offline routing data**. If you do not follow the recalculated route, Locus recalculates again after **30 seconds**. There are 3 options:+Navigation route is recalculated automatically if the deviation from the former route is greater than the parameter **distance for recalculation**. ​If you don't follow the recalculated route, Locus Map will recalculate it **once again after 30 seconds**. You will need **internet connection** in case an **online routing service** is selected (e.g. GraphHopper Online or YOURS). For **[[manual:​user_guide:​functions:​navigation:​point-to-point#​offline_navigation|offline routing]]** it is necessary to additionally download and install **BRouter** co-app and download **offline routing data**. There are 3 options:
  
   * **No auto recalculation** ​ - the function is switched OFF - Locus switches to guidance to the nearest point of the original route   * **No auto recalculation** ​ - the function is switched OFF - Locus switches to guidance to the nearest point of the original route
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 ==== Advanced settings ==== ==== Advanced settings ====
  
-  * **Strict route following** ​ - each route consists of a chain of routepoints (sort of breadcrumbs). This option navigates strictly from one routepoint to another. When you make a deviation, it tries to get you to the last omitted routepoint.\\ <WRAP important round>​Keep in mind that this feature may come into conflict with your intentions e.g. when making unwanted detour and part of the original route is not accessible - it will keep navigating you to the nearest ​missed routepoint. If you want to skip a routepoint, switch it manually to the next **nearest point** in the [[manual:​user_guide:​functions:​navigation#​navigation_control_menu|Navigation control menu]]. \\ \\ **This feature does not work when Auto-recalculation with Point priority is ON**.</​WRAP>​+  * **Strict route following** ​ - each route consists of a chain of routepoints (sort of breadcrumbs). This option navigates strictly from one routepoint to another. When you make a deviation, it tries to get you to the last omitted routepoint.\\ <WRAP important round>​Keep in mind that this feature may come into conflict with your intentions e.g. when making unwanted detour and part of the original route is not accessible - it will keep navigating you to the first missed routepoint. If you want to skip a routepoint, switch it manually to the next **nearest point** in the [[manual:​user_guide:​functions:​navigation#​navigation_control_menu|Navigation control menu]]. \\ \\ **This feature does not work when Auto-recalculation with Point priority is ON**.</​WRAP>​
   * **Maximum allowed deviation** ​ - sets maximum allowed deviation from the route before switching navigation to guidance   * **Maximum allowed deviation** ​ - sets maximum allowed deviation from the route before switching navigation to guidance
   * **Snap to route** - ignores slight inaccuracies of GPS positioning and maintains the navigation cursor position on the navigated route   * **Snap to route** - ignores slight inaccuracies of GPS positioning and maintains the navigation cursor position on the navigated route
manual/user_guide/functions/navigation/settings.txt · Last modified: 2018/08/10 14:27 by mstupka