The data that matters to you won’t be the same if you’re out on a quiet hike as if you’re training on your mountain bike. That’s why TwoNav makes it easy to replace one data field with another very quickly, and even to create completely customised data pages.
Changing a field
You can replace one field with another directly from the data pages. Just long press on the field and select ‘Change this field’.
The size of the field remains the same, so if you replace, for example, the compass with something else, it will stay the same size.
TwoNav features a powerful data page editor. You can access it from the menu on any data page, or from the Settings section in the main menu.
From the editor you can select the page you want to edit from ‘Type’.
The fields that appear at the top with their box checked are the ones that are active for this page. Uncheck the box to delete the fields you don’t want.
At the bottom are the available fields, sorted by category (distances, altitudes, times, etc.). Find the field you want to find and press on it to activate it.
You can change the location of the field by using the buttons to the right of each active element.
From the same editor, you can create a page or delete the current page using the + and - buttons.
When you create a page, you have to give it a name and select the template you want to use, which will define how the data will be laid out on the page.
When done, just add the fields you want using the same process as when editing a page. Your page is now ready to use along with the other pages!
The data on the page can be modified as in other pages, but the map can’t be replaced.
You can also opt to display a graph instead of the data fields, or not display any fields and thus see more of the map. To do this, go to ‘Menu > Full settings > Map page > Data bar’