Creating a Route with embedded waypoints in Land 8.9.5

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

    Hello 

    It's quite simple to do, here are two different ways.

    1. Make a trak (Gpx or Trk format) with points only on your Wpts.
    2. List the track points to have the number (menu list of track points)
    3. tool menu convert track into route (Trk or Gpx to Rte), giving the number of points plus one ..

    You have a route file in rte format which will be understood by your GPS (Then dress the Wpts ..)

    Second method draw / import a track

    • Create an empty Wpt list
    • Add and place the Wpts where you want, overlaying your track
    • Create a second trace unrelated to what you just did, just a beginning and an end
    • Tool convert this track into a route; number of point = 2
    • This new RTE file, open the list of points (right click on it)
    • Add WPT (top right)
    • open the list of WPTs you just created and add all your WPTs.
    • It only remains to remove the two superfluous points key delete.

    Send your route in rte format to the GPS via the CLOUD (It is invisible in the Cloud) but it will be in the GPS.

     

     

     

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

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  • Ho! I am soyry my first post is locked by the system.

    I can not post link to Youtube

    Hello,

    Open Land, go to Help, and clic on Tutorials, you will have videos to help you

    Best regards

    An user

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

    With software versions 4.9.X, guidance to the next waypoint is finicky.

    - If it is a file in * .trk or * .gpx (RaodBook) format, the alarm distance is the same for all points, it can be adjusted in the GPS configuration menu, alarms page. Arrow guidance is difficult to interpret.

    - If it is a file in * rte format, the alarm distance is defined for each Wpt (Item position / radius). The guide arrow always gives the right direction.

    Unlike TwoNav 3.x the communication to the new Wpt cannot be adjusted when crossing through, the guidance will bring you back to the WPT as long as your position is included in the alarm distance, moving away this can be disruptive. The remedy is to set lower alarm distances (<20 m) which works very well because of the better precision of this new generation of GPS (5, 10 or 15m)

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

     

    Hello,

    Check Google help to translate this tutorial into your language.

    Best regards

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    Alan Bunting

    Hello

     

    Thanks for your help. I'll have a good look at what you have suggested and see if I can get exactly what I need.

     

    Many thanks

    Alan

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for your feedback

    Best regards

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