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 <​sub>​[[en:​help|Online Help]] > [[en:​help:​v2|AlpineQuest 2.x]] > [[en:​help:​v2:​landmarks|Landmarks]]</​sub>​ <​sub>​[[en:​help|Online Help]] > [[en:​help:​v2|AlpineQuest 2.x]] > [[en:​help:​v2:​landmarks|Landmarks]]</​sub>​
  
-====== How to automatically draw a path along a road? ======+====== How to automatically draw a path along roads? ======
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-The application allows you to automatically draw a path between two points that will follow the shortest way along existing roads. This feature uses an online service, so require an Internet data access to work (either WiFi or 3G network).+The application allows you to automatically draw a path between two points that will follow the shortest way along existing roads. This feature uses an online service, so require an Internet data access to work (either WiFi or mobile ​network).
  
-{{:​icon_help.png?​nolink}} The auto-routing feature doesn'​t depends on the currently displayed map. It uses the [[http://​map.project-osrm.org/​|OSRM ​routing service]], using [[http://​www.openstreetmap.org/​|OpenStreetMap]] roads data even if a non OSM based map is displayed.+{{:​icon_help.png?​nolink}} The auto-routing feature doesn'​t depends on the currently displayed map. It may use Google ​routing service even if an OpenStreetMap ​based map is displayed.
  
 To draw a path: To draw a path:
-  * Move the map center icon over the start location and click on it {{:​icon_01.png?​nolink}};​+  * Move the map center icon over the start location and tap it {{:​icon_01.png?​nolink}};​
   * Select ''"​**Create a landmark**"''​ {{:​icon_02.png?​nolink}};​   * Select ''"​**Create a landmark**"''​ {{:​icon_02.png?​nolink}};​
   * Choose ''"​**Auto-routing**"''​ {{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}};​   * Choose ''"​**Auto-routing**"''​ {{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}};​
-  * If you want, choose a name for your path {{:​icon_04.png?​nolink}};​ +  * If you want, choose a name for your path, and tap ''"​**Ok**"''​ {{:icon_04.png?​nolink}}.
-  * Click on ''"​**Ok**"''​ {{:icon_05.png?​nolink}}.+
  
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-  * Move the map center icon over the destination location {{:​icon_06.png?​nolink}}+  ​* If you need, you can change the transportation mode by tapping on the ''"​**Transportation mode**"''​ {{:​icon_05.png?​nolink}} icon; 
-  * Click on ''"​**Location**"''​ {{:​icon_07.png?​nolink}} to start the computation of the path between the start and destination locations.+  ​* Move the map center icon over the destination location {{:​icon_06.png?​nolink}} ​and tap ''"​**Location**"''​ {{:​icon_07.png?​nolink}} to start the computation of the path between the start and destination locations.
  
 {{:​icon_help.png?​nolink}} Depending the path length and server load, this computation can take few seconds. The auto-routing service may have disruption and not working properly during some periods, in this case you'll see a straight line between the start and destination locations. In this case, please try again later. {{:​icon_help.png?​nolink}} Depending the path length and server load, this computation can take few seconds. The auto-routing service may have disruption and not working properly during some periods, in this case you'll see a straight line between the start and destination locations. In this case, please try again later.
  
-Once the path has been computed, it's displayed on the map {{:​icon_08.png?​nolink}}.+Once the path has been computed, it's displayed on the map.
  
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-If you want, you can move the map center again over a new location and click on ''"​**Location**"''​ {{:icon_09.png?​nolink}} to compute another path between the last two chosen locations.+If you want, you can move the map center again over a new location and tap ''"​**Location**"''​ {{:icon_08.png?​nolink}} to compute another path between the last two chosen locations.
  
-When you've finishedclick on ''"​**Save & close**"''​ {{:icon_10.png?​nolink}} to close the landmark editor and save your trackIt will be displayed on the map {{:​icon_11.png?​nolink}}.+If you want to delete the last locationtap ''"​**Delete**"''​ {{:icon_09.png?​nolink}}. You can also tap any location on the path {{:icon_09.png?​nolink}} to delete it or delete ​the entire path in which it's contained. 
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 +When you've finished, tap the ''"​**Close**"'' ​{{:​icon_11.png?​nolink}} ​icon.
  
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 ====== How to get information on automatically drawn paths? ====== ====== How to get information on automatically drawn paths? ======
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-You can get various information on the tracks ​your draw, just like any other tracks: +You can get various information on the paths your draw, just like any other tracks: 
-  * Click anywhere on the track {{:​icon_01.png?​nolink}} and select its name {{:​icon_02.png?​nolink}};​+  * Click anywhere on the path {{:​icon_01.png?​nolink}} and select its name {{:​icon_02.png?​nolink}};​
   * Select ''"​**Details**"''​ {{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}}.   * Select ''"​**Details**"''​ {{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}}.
  

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