Twonav 5.0.3 Tracks displayed with "invisible" width

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

    Hello,

    On my Smart Phone it is correct, the track is correctly displayed with the width defined in Land. Adjusting the trace display settings works.

    What is your Android version?

     

     

     

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    Luca Zavanella

    Galaxy A50; Android 11

    See screenshots ato 500m scale (hardly visible tracks) and at huge 20m scale (barely visible)

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

    Nokia 8.3 / 5G Androïde 11

     I can adjust track parameters, 4 pixels 

     

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    Luca Zavanella

    I noticed that by setting the track's "Real width" to higher levels, the situation changes (but doesn't improve): track is displayed thicker BUT totally smeared/defocused (see screenshot).
    Guess I'll revert to Twonav 3 or something until a workable version is issued...

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    Luca Zavanella

    Done some more testing...
    in Land (PC) I produced and loaded a few simple tracks (both without and with laps) and they are displayed OK.

    Also made a multilap trk in Land by "unifying a few tracks and this is also displayed correctly.
    It appears that "large" trks produced via "unify tracks" in Land have the problem: some or all the tracks are displayed with invisible width, regardless off the original trk qidth or of the width set in Twonav.
    It is not clear when/why the problem appears, but it seems connected with uinified trks of significant size.
    Inspection of the trk files doesn't seem to show any evident clues.

    Maybe it would be useful if a trk file format syntax were available for better verification of the anomaly causing the wrong display, provided it is caused by something in the trk file and not by a bug in twonav.

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    Luca Zavanella

    Reverted back to V3... waiting for better times...

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