In addition to the key new features, TwoNav version 4.7 also includes other minor features that you may find useful.
This is one of your most demanded requests, and now with TwoNav version 4.7, tracks in *.GPX format do save the colour and thickness properties.
Permanently show or hide the ‘Zoom +’ and ‘Zoom-‘ buttons in the map window. For example, you can hide them to have more space to display the map.
‘Main menu > Settings > Activity Profiles > Map View > Show Zoom Buttons’
If you decide to hide them, remember that you can keep using the physical buttons on your GPS to zoom in or out of the map.
The scale ruler (in the map window) features a new design that’s better defined and easier to read.
Remember that you can hide the scale ruler permanently by pressing ‘Main Menu > Settings > Activity Profiles > Map View > Information Panels > Scale’.
From now on, in GPS units with a brightness sensor, the ‘Autobrightness’ function is on by default, meaning the screen sensor will automatically adjust the brightness level so you don’t have to do it manually. In addition, now you can also control the backlight in ‘Night view’ (‘Main menu > Settings > System >Display and Brightness’).
IMPORTANT: To see if your GPS device has a brightness sensor, contact support.twonav.com
New page to configure the GPS connection in ‘Status bar> GPS’. In addition, if you have a Trail 2, on the satellites page, different colours will be used to identify the different geolocation networks: