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Polar view in spherical projection does wierd things to some procedure parts. #287

merspieler opened this issue Aug 12, 2018 · 2 comments


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commented Aug 12, 2018

When in spherical projection, as soon as the center of view approaches the north pole, some parts of the route go crazy:

The problematic parts seem to be the holding pattern and the curve after passing 2000ft on departure.

ziped flightplan seen in the image

@albar965 albar965 self-assigned this Aug 13, 2018

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commented Aug 13, 2018

Thanks for reporting. It is already partially fixed in the current development version but some parts in your example are still freaking out. Will fix.
There is no need to draw bows, curves and holds at this zoom level.

albar965 added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 15, 2018

Now omitting curves, arcs, holds, procedure turns and other fancy geo…
…metry of procedures on high zoom factors to avoid mess up of graphics in spherical projection.

Fixed flight plan leg distance label turning into weird directions when using spherical projection and at high zoom factors.

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commented Aug 15, 2018

Fixed by switching off labels and curves at high zoom factors.
Small problems like disappearing flight plan legs can still happen but labels should not freak out now.

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