Canalplan Bug Tracker
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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000278||Canalplan||Route Planning||public||2017-05-17 20:09||2017-06-06 07:23|
|Reporter||Mike on The Wey|
|Assigned To||Nick Atty|
|Platform||Windows||OS||10 home||OS Version||1607|
|Product Version||Product Build||14393.1066|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000278: Straight line on map|
|Description||River Wey. Route - Stoke Lock to Dapdune Wharf (but the issue occurs on longer routes too). The mapped route doesn't follow the river north of the A3. Maybe it needs some more WEYpoints, if you'll pardon the pun?|
I can get the same result on my Android phone and Windows tablet.
|Steps To Reproduce||Plan journey Stoke Lock No. 5 to Dapdune Wharf.|
View map and compare to line of river north of A3.
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Stephen Atty (administrator)
Lots of waypoints on the route.
I suspect its something to do with an underlying link in the data. So I'll assign it to Nick for investigation
Nick Atty (administrator)
Normally intermediate marker places aren't used when plotting route maps to keep the sheer volume down to manageable numbers (there are 3.6 times as many marker places as places in total, and on some waterways - including the Wey - many times more).
There should be a nudge that when the route is short shows them - it doesn't seem to be working.
You can see the difference if you go to preferences/exclusions/types of place and turn off the exclude for route plans, then replan the route. Lots and lots of markers and the route follows the river.
Will work out why it's not showing markers on the maps for short routes (which also applies for some days in longer routes)
|2017-05-17 20:09||Mike on The Wey||New Issue|
|2017-05-17 20:09||Mike on The Wey||File Added: Canalplan.docx|
|2017-05-17 20:33||Stephen Atty||Note Added: 0001116|
|2017-05-17 20:33||Stephen Atty||Assigned To||=> Nick Atty|
|2017-05-17 20:33||Stephen Atty||Status||new => assigned|
|2017-06-06 07:23||Nick Atty||Note Added: 0001124|