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How to create a set of waypoints?

  • Click on the Landmarks menu and select the Create a landmark item ;
  • Under the Local landmarks category, you can have a look at the current local folder in which one will be saved the set;
  • Select Set of waypoints ;
  • If desired, enter a name for the set in the text field and change other properties;
  • Click on the Ok button .

The edit mode of the set is activated.

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To add waypoints to the set, process as follow:

  • Move the map center over the location you want to save;
  • Click on the Add location button ;
  • If desired, enter a name for the waypoint in the text field and change other properties;
  • Click on the Ok button .

The waypoint is displayed on the map . Add as many waypoints as you want, and when finished, click on the Save & close button .

To edit, move or delete existing waypoints, have a look at the following section.

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How to add, move or delete points of a set?

To edit the waypoints of a set, process as follow:

  • Click on any waypoint of the set you want to edit ;
  • In the landmark choice pop-up, select the set ;
  • The contextual menu of the set is displayed. You can have a look at all available actions for the set. Select Edit points ;

The edit mode of the set is activated.

To add waypoints, move the map center over the location you want to save, click on the Add location button and follow the instructions as explained above.

To edit, move or delete an existing waypoint:

  • Click on the waypoint (must be one of currently edited set);
  • From the displayed pop-up menu, select the desired action:
    • Edit color to edit the display color of the waypoint;
    • Edit details to edit the details of the waypoint (name, description, etc.);
    • Move point to move the waypoint to the center location;
    • Delete point to delete the waypoint.

When finished, click on the Save & close button .

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