[Loadstone] Fieature wish: instant point editing
arimo at netsonic.fi
Mon Nov 26 06:29:49 GMT 2007
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I'm referring the latest point found in navigation mode with arrow keys.
I don't think any movement will change that point. If i correct a typo or
add some information the gps location does not matter. If i move a
misplaced point to more accurate position i of course have to be in the
I have never found staying in exploration mode when moving very useful.
Maybe a user adjustable threshold, with value zero warning feature would
On Sun, 25 Nov 2007, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> I'm not sure you could do this with any accuracy. What point would you edit
> in navigation mode? If it's a point found with the arrows that could very
> well change by the time you got around to editing if you're moving. That
> wouldn't be a very good result. The exploration mode method makes sure that
> you're editing the point you think you are.
> I'm not sure when a warning about movement in exploration mode would make
> sence. It's not uncommon to use exploration mode while on the move so a
> warning would probably generate a lot of output.
> On Sun, 25 Nov 2007, Ari Moisio wrote:
>> Couple of feature wishes:
>> 1. A keypad command in navigation mode to edit latest pint found with
>> arrow keys. Currrent implementation - exploration mode, search point
>> again, edit, save, return to navigation mode - has extra steps, especially
>> if user forgots to return to navigation mode and continues adding new
>> points into database:-(
>> 2. A warning if user's gps location changes more than for example 50
>> meters during exploration mode.
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