Is there a way to maximize the (GPS) map?

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Is there a way to maximize the (GPS) map?

Postby sfrun » Tue May 24, 2016 3:07 pm

Hello,

is there a way to maximize the (GPS) map in mobi?

I could not find a solution on the forum and or by searching on the web.

Rgds,

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Re: Mobi: is there a way to maximize the (GPS) map?

Postby admin » Thu May 26, 2016 2:20 pm

There isn't a maximize map function. Please see the idea here:

https://sporttracks.uservoice.com/forum ... en-for-map

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One thing we're looking for is specific scenarios of when a maximized map is needed, so we can make sure other elements are available (such as elevation gain, or laps, or segments, etc).
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Re: Mobi: is there a way to maximize the (GPS) map?

Postby SadieKate » Sun Jun 26, 2016 3:18 pm

I'm with you, sfrun. This is one of the reasons I dropped my annual subscription fee.

After a mountain bike ride or after fishing/hiking I want to zoom in to look at topographic features. We do a LOT of hiking overland when we fish so being able to see a satellite view of where we were and where we might want to go next is important. On Mobi, we can neither see a large map view or open the activity in Google Earth.

I hate Garmin Connect but at least there is a large map and I can export a kml file.
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Re: Is there a way to maximize the (GPS) map?

Postby admin » Sun Jun 26, 2016 4:44 pm

Route planning could be a great new feature enhancement. Other than seeing topo maps and previous routes you've done - are there any other things you'd want to see? Elevation profile or gain/loss? Custom points of interest?
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