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Old 20-04-2013, 20:38   #1
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FS#981 Help requested


We need a little help regarding an outstanding FlySpray bug report concerning the RouteManager Dialog....
I am having no luck in reproducing these issues.

1. Clicking on the eyeball (x'd or not) results in a very slow operation. Previously it was quite fast.
2. The pop-up asking if visability of shared waypoints should be toggled does not make sense to me, maybe this is just a text change, but if you are making a route visable how would you not wish to have some of the waypoints (the shared ones) become visable?
3. Most critically, some waypoints still become invisable when the route is made invisable. I have 10-20 waypoints used as racing marks and several race courses use the same marks, however, when I make the routes invisable, to reduce the clutter on the screen, some of the marks disappear. I have even made a "dummy" course which includes all of the marks, just to make sure they were all "shared" but they still become invisable when thr routes are made invisable.

We need GPX files which will demonstrate #1 and #3 above. #2 is well understood.
I think #1 occurs when there are lots of waypoints, maybe in a layer route or track? Not sure...

Please post GPX files and related comments here.

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