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manual:user_guide:maps_mainscr_ctrl [2018/10/24 10:00]
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 By default it displays the name of your app - Locus Map Free or Pro. Tapping it unfolds an offer of several other options to display: By default it displays the name of your app - Locus Map Free or Pro. Tapping it unfolds an offer of several other options to display:
-     * //Map// – format, name, zoom and zoom coverage ​of displayed map in %+     * //Map// – format, name, zoom and resizing % of displayed map
      * //GPS// – GPS accuracy, number of targeted/​fixed satellites, speed and altitude.      * //GPS// – GPS accuracy, number of targeted/​fixed satellites, speed and altitude.
      * //​Coordinates//​ – actual coordinates of the screen center. Long-tapping the field **copies the coordinates to the clipboard**. ​      * //​Coordinates//​ – actual coordinates of the screen center. Long-tapping the field **copies the coordinates to the clipboard**. ​
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 Otherwise the map is controlled by the **bottom panel buttons**: Otherwise the map is controlled by the **bottom panel buttons**:
      * **(9) centering button** – it shifts the map so that your position on the map is in the **middle of the screen** depending on your actual **GPS located position**. If your GPS is off, it shifts to your **latest located GPS fix position**. If you **touch and hold** the button, a small menu appears:      * **(9) centering button** – it shifts the map so that your position on the map is in the **middle of the screen** depending on your actual **GPS located position**. If your GPS is off, it shifts to your **latest located GPS fix position**. If you **touch and hold** the button, a small menu appears:
-       * //Hold map center// - checking this option returns the map to your actual GPS position in the center of the screen after **5 seconds** of inactivity. The method can be switched on in the [[manual:​user_guide:​maps_settings|Maps Settings]] menu as well.+       * //Hold map center// - checking this option returns the map to your actual GPS position in the center of the screen after **5 seconds** of inactivity. The method can be switched on in the [[manual:​user_guide:​settings:​control#​hold_map_center|Controlling ​Settings]] menu as well.
        * //Set custom GPS marker position// - enables to drag the screen center cursor to a custom position and confirm it in the top bar. Double tap on the centering button returns the GPS marker on its original position.        * //Set custom GPS marker position// - enables to drag the screen center cursor to a custom position and confirm it in the top bar. Double tap on the centering button returns the GPS marker on its original position.
      * **(10) rotating button** – rotates the map according to your direction. If your device is equipped with **compass**,​ it offers two methods of viewing your actual position in accordance with it. Either it is {{:​manual:​user_guide:​ic_rotate_screen_black.png?​nolink&​30|}}**rotation of the map** as a whole or displaying your {{:​manual:​user_guide:​ic_rotate_view_alt.png?​nolink&​30|}}**eye view**. When **holding the button** it asks which method you prefer to set as **default** for later use. The eye view is functional only provided the **GPS is on**.      * **(10) rotating button** – rotates the map according to your direction. If your device is equipped with **compass**,​ it offers two methods of viewing your actual position in accordance with it. Either it is {{:​manual:​user_guide:​ic_rotate_screen_black.png?​nolink&​30|}}**rotation of the map** as a whole or displaying your {{:​manual:​user_guide:​ic_rotate_view_alt.png?​nolink&​30|}}**eye view**. When **holding the button** it asks which method you prefer to set as **default** for later use. The eye view is functional only provided the **GPS is on**.
manual/user_guide/maps_mainscr_ctrl.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/06 17:47 by mstupka