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Locus Map main screen contains the map, panels of functions, buttons and other objects:
Marked by a circle with a hollow dot inside (3). The color of the circle varies depending on your GPS fix - blue is fixed. The narrower the circle, the more accurate your GPS fix is:
An arrow indicates your movement:
Dashed green indicates your location is not fixed - Locus displays the last saved location:
By default, it is placed in the center of the screen (4). Mainly it works as a pointer - placing it over various objects triggers popups, you can locate accurately a spot for a new point, etc.:
The cursor can be shifted to the lower third of the screen for a better view during navigation (works only when map rotation is on):
The map is controlled by tapping gestures and by buttons:
These controls are by default hidden and can be added to the panels of functions:
By default, infobox is hidden (1). When you activate is you can select what to display in it:
By default, it is placed in the bottom panel (10) and it indicates the status of Locus's access to GPS location provided by your device.
Tapping the GPS indicator opens GPS skyplot and Compass screen. When you hold the GPS icon, a menu appears for fast switch of GPS status.
The app provides bottom and right panels. Buttons of features on them can be fully customized. More info >>
All controls, buttons and panels can be hidden and displayed upon tapping the screen. What to hide, when and other aspects of the controls' behavior can be configured in settings > controlling > panels&buttons.