Aktivace navigace krok za krokem
Red circles mark buttons you should click on to complete the guide.
Getting a route
We will use the "Point to Here, Here to Point" mode in this example, which finds a route to and from our current position. It is of course possible to use turn-by-turn navigation for routes obtained by using other modes.
Now select from which point of the route should the navigation start. We will use "closest step" in our example, that means that the navigation will start from the point, that is closest to our current position.
How to use turn-by-turn navigation in modRana
Blue line marks the route, yellow points mark turns. Small red circle marks the next turn, current routing message also always relates to next turn. You have to "reach" the red circled point, so that navigation can switch to the following turn. "Reaching" a point means reaching a given minimal distance from this point, this distance is by default set to 30 m and can be configured in options->navigation->point reached distance.
To get a new route from current position to the current destination, just click on the routing message box.
Rerouting is currently a bit problematic during fast movement, as there is slight delay between requesting and getting a track. It is therefore possible that when modRana finally get the track, you are already outside of the "reach" distance of the first point. A fix for this (based on the direction of travel and interpolated closest point is currently in planning stages).
Voice navigation activates twice for each point. First, there is "heads up" message "in X km/miles" + "do Y" some distance before the turn and then a second "do Y" message after reaching the "reach" distance. There is currently only the English intonation used, which can be problematic for non-English local names. Using local version of routing directions is planed and should eliminate this issue.
How to deactivate turn-by-turn navigation
Use: current route->tools->stop navigation