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    Thierry CHARLÈS

    Good evening from a French user who deplores that the notion of route (* .rte) has disappeared. Like me, send a request to have this type of file found.

    How else ...

    Build a track with only the change of direction points, edit the track in road book and drag the icons from the small window on the change of route points, in this case the setting of the capture radius is done in the GPS and will common to all Waypoints ..

    Another solution, create your list of Waypoints (with their attributes, icons, departments, etc.)
    Create a track with only departure and arrival (only one segment), convert this track into a route (context menu / tools) then in this new route edit the WPTs, opens a window that allows you to drag your Waypoints en bloc in this route ( it will duplicate). to move them, click on the WPT, press ALT and drag it where you want ... As the two original WPT and duplicate are stacked, it moves one of the two, you will have to close the list of WPT before ..

    Best regards

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    www.twolandnaviste .fr

    Hello,

    You can also create a new WPT file. You create WPT as if you were doing a RTE. At the end, you close this WPT file, you go into your computer (file manager) and you rename this 'file.WPT" to a "file.RTE".
    Return to Land, open your "file.RTE. If the wpts are not in the right order, in the tree, click maintained on the WPT to move and put it in its right place.
    You have a RTE.

    A french user

    Best regards

    Laurent

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    Veniero Amprino

    Thank you very much guys.
    I hope in the future resolve this situation with procedure simple and clear.

    Best regards

    Veniero

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    www.twolandnaviste .fr

    Hi,

    Another solution: have an old version of Air in your computer to make RTE... and the new one to read them... (No activation losted)

    You can read this: http://manual.twonav.com/manual/land_air_87_en/wiki_land/#!43routes.htm

    and this: https://support.twonav.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022336371-Land-8-6

    Best regards

    Laurent

     

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