I created some waypoints in Fugawi
. Simple. Click, name, and you're set.
Next, I attempted to create a route
. Up pops a little pencil that allows me to scribble a jagged, inefficient route
across a chart. It consists of 10's of "route points" in a 1/4NM distance. Hardly a course I would want to steer. It does allow you to painstakingly edit all of those "route ponits" to line them up however. Very awkward.
Is there a way to just take a collection of wapoints and use them to create a route? What am I missing? Do you need to use "route points", or can you just create a route one waypoint at a time?
Alternatively, is there a way to just point and click to set "route points?" As in, click spot #1 on a chart, and tell it that is the first route point - then click spot #2 on a chart and tell it that is the next route point? Can this be done without Fugawi
filling in 10's and hundreds of tiny route ponits along what you are trying to program as a straight line?
Thanks in advance to any of you Fugawi users out there. The rest of the program looks good, other than it crashing when I try to import
all of my East Coast
BSBs. It doesn't like one of them somewhere in the middle.