- Display the locations of all your activities and routes on the map.
In 'Data tree> Storage files' you can set Land to display the initial location of your activities and routes. Press the eye button on the data tree to show/hide (/).
That way you can find them on the map and double click to open them.
- Connect to the Suunto cloud to display on Land the activities you recorded with your watch.
Simply go into 'Data tree > Online files' and open 'Suunto activities', enter your Suunto credentials and you will see your available activities in the list and on the map. To open and work with them, just double click.
Note: For now, Suunto doesn't allow uploading routes created in Land directly to the Suunto cloud, but it is possible to do so by adding GPX files from the Suunto App. You can find more information on linking with Suunto in this tutorial.
- Connect with OSMaps to view the routes you've created.
Connection with the British OS Maps platform to download the routes you have created on it.
- Syncing TwoNav devices with GO.
When a TwoNav device is connected via USB, you'll be able to sync it with GO so the new files from the device are uploaded to the cloud, just as you would when WiFi is available.
- New properties for GPX tracks.*
It is now possible to edit and save more track properties in GPX format: colour, thickness, activity (hiking, mountain biking, etc.), difficulty, terrain, rating...
- Improvements in the FIT format.*
Land is now more compatible with the FIT format and can correctly use properties such as title, description or sensor information. It can also better filter out any outliers.
- 'Divide track' tool added to the button bar on the track editor, in addition to being in the track's context menu.
- The 'Unify track' tool no longer leaves a visual gap after unifying.
- All Online Maps are now sorted by folders.
- The start and end points of the track are also highlighted in 3D
- Other minor improvements
* Note: In addition to Land, TwoNav devices can also use the improvements in these formats. The current version (4.7) already allows using colour and thickness in GPX, and the next version (4.8) will let you use the remaining properties, as well as FIT format tracks.
- Problems with the fonts in MacOS Catalina.
- Several compatibility problems with GPX tracks created in Land with third parties (Strava, Basecamp).
- GPX roadbook tracks downloaded from WikiLoc not displayed
- IPhiGéNie GPX tracks don't open.
- "Set as My Activity" not saved in the popup for USB-connected devices.
- Software update for Anima and Ultra devices doesn't work.
- The animation when opening a file from the tree doesn't work.
- The roadbook editor closes when a point is created using the right button.
- Some crash cases.
- Other minor problems.
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