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The content panel displays and manages what is displayed on the main screen:
…is opened by tapping the selected map title:
It offers maps in two sections:
If the active maps contains themes, this switch opens the theme selection screen:
Here you can select internal (LoMaps) or external themes.
Locus provides several types of map (or terrain) shading for a better understanding of the terrain relief.
Here you can set up another map to lay over the current one.
By tapping this option you open a panel with points located nearest to the map screen cursor:
They are sorted by the distance from the cursor location. You can filter the nearest points by several categories:
Activating or deactivating LoPoints (OSM-based points of interest) available online.
Activating or deactivating LoPoints (OSM-based points of interest) available offline as a part of downloaded LoMaps.
Locus Map can display your geotagged photos above the map:
With OSM notes you can notify OSM community of map errors.
Locus Map can display autonomous geodata files above the map - map items. Here you can manage which files are active, i.e. visible on the map, and you can set their opacity:
Tapping the option opens a selection of available grids:
Tap to display the grid of coordinates. This is default latitude/longitude:
Centered 1 km grid: