That’s being done a lot on various software lately, probably to improve speed but the result is none of the images are useable.Yep! of course you are correct BUT still a comparatively small image and I dont know if its just my iPad speed now but really slow to load & dismiss.
It’s taken me a little while to get the hang of it, too, but I think I have it sorted.I picked up the iPad on Saturday morning to plan a short trip and found the new route planning page quite confusing. When I brought up the old-style one leg-one line plan and imported the winds, the wind direction imported made no sense and was contrary to that shown on Windy. When I left the iPad home and flew the route from memory it confirmed that Windy was spot-on. Anyone else had this happen?
As another "old fart" (or at least aging), and a VFR only flier, I also am feeling that OzRunways is going the way of Windows 10 - Lots of whiz-bang stuff that is 80+% unused and only confuses the core role of flight planning and flight following.
I support the call for an OzRunways Lite.
Yeah 138 kph not too bad...lolololIt’s taken me a little while to get the hang of it, too, but I think I have it sorted.
It does seem to take extra steps to get where the previous version arrived straight away and I guess its Cranked up design Is a little bit about having the shiniest new toy on the block.
But I still love OR so I’ll keep on persevering.
I love my old Garmin 295, too
(Note the GS, guys...I thought the dear old thing had been supercharged)
I used AppleWorks for years. This integrated suit of programs allowed me to share data between the Word Processor, Spreadsheet, Database, Paint, Draw and communication layers. This simple to use and totally integrated package did everything I needed to do and came on -wait for it- two floppy discs. I miss its simplicity and reliability, but Apple has killed it off....This seems to be the "marketer's disease" that more features need to be added with each release to keep sales going... "feature-itis...