September 20, 2018 at 16:30 #25693
I installed the new World 1-10 map (W1-10-MBt.mbtiles) in OruxMaps 7.3.4Donate on my Moto G5 Plus (Android 7.0), but it doesn’t work, in the sense that I can only see a small portion of the world, a tall and slim rectangle in the Pacific Ocean (approx.0-29 degrees South, 81-84 West. You can see the screenshot attached).
I tried both installing directly into the phone and downloading to the pc then moving the file to the phone (both the full file and the zipped one). Nothing changed.
I also installed the World 1-9 map, which works fine.
Previously I had the old World 1-10, which also was fine.
Can anybody help me?
Thanks in advance
Attachments:September 21, 2018 at 00:18 #25697
Oooops, my fault, sorry.
Orux is very picky (i.e. exact) about the order of shapes of map segments (and I added some for filling gaps between continents and major island groups). I have to re-order the MOBAC-construction, then it will be fine again.
MichaelSeptember 21, 2018 at 00:45 #25699
Update: should be fixed – can you pls. test ?
Mind: the new file will only be available for donwload tomorrow morning (Fr, 21st).
Too tired to test now locally with Orux.September 21, 2018 at 10:56 #25701
It seems to work perfectly. Great work.
Thank you very much Michael
1 user thanked author for this post.September 21, 2018 at 18:08 #25706
thanks for your great overview-maps. I installed successfully W1-10.mbtiles in orux. Then I tried to install the Addon-EPc11-12.sqlitedb but orux doesn’t read that file, it is not listed in the maps-menu. Do I something wrong? How this Addon is used in orux?
btw: I see in Android the .sqlitedb-file in the folder for maps, it has the correct volume, so the copy should be ok. And of course I refreshed the map-list with the refresh-button.
Thanks again, notbruSeptember 22, 2018 at 09:14 #25708
I will investigate and test. Maybe I used the wrong SQLITE sub format.September 22, 2018 at 09:37 #25711
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