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vike91 Fixed the missing { in the Further information part which broke the description text and the first YT link
en:coordinatedialog [2021/01/23 22:34] (current)
lineflyer Replace click by tap
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 {{:en:coordinput.png?direct&300 |}} {{:en:coordinput.png?direct&300 |}}
  
-The coordinate input dialog is opened if you click on the coordinate field while editing a [[cachedetails#waypoint_tab|waypoint]] or for entering coordinates in the [[.mainmenu:search|search]] or [[.mainmenu:goto|Go to]] menus.+The coordinate input dialog is opened if you tap on the coordinate field while editing a [[cachedetails#waypoint_tab|waypoint]] or for entering coordinates in the [[.mainmenu:search|search]] or [[.mainmenu:goto|Go to]] menus.
  
 The {{:abc_ic_clear_normal.png?nolink&40|}} button will close the dialog without changes, the {{:abc_ic_cab_done_holo_light.png?nolink&40|}} will close the dialog and save the changes. The {{:abc_ic_clear_normal.png?nolink&40|}} button will close the dialog without changes, the {{:abc_ic_cab_done_holo_light.png?nolink&40|}} will close the dialog and save the changes.
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 {{:en:coordinput_format.png?nolink&300 |}} {{:en:coordinput_format.png?nolink&300 |}}
  
-By clicking on this field you can select between the different [[coordformat|supported coordinate formats]] or selecting ''Plain'' to manually input the desired format. The coordinate input fields will change their layout depending on your selection here.+By tapping on this field you can select between the different [[coordformat|supported coordinate formats]] or selecting ''Plain'' to manually input the desired format. The coordinate input fields will change their layout depending on your selection here.
  
 If you already entered coordinates these will be converted into the selected format. If you already entered coordinates these will be converted into the selected format.
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 {{:en:coordinput_coords.png?nolink&300 |}} {{:en:coordinput_coords.png?nolink&300 |}}
  
-Use these fields to enter the coordinates. By clicking on N/W you can change to S/E as needed.+Use these fields to enter the coordinates. By tapping on N/W you can change to S/E as needed.
  
 The layout of these input field depends on the coordinate format you selected above. The layout of these input field depends on the coordinate format you selected above.
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 c:geo offers a calculator for waypoints, which allows to make use of variables and formulas to calculate coordinates based on the result. c:geo offers a calculator for waypoints, which allows to make use of variables and formulas to calculate coordinates based on the result.
  
-Once you clicked on ''Calculate Coordinates'' in the [[coordinatedialog#waypoint_sources|coordinate input dialog]] this screen will be shown.+Once you tapped on ''Calculate Coordinates'' in the [[coordinatedialog#waypoint_sources|coordinate input dialog]] this screen will be shown.
  
 The {{:abc_ic_clear_normal.png?nolink&40|}} button will close the dialog without changes, the {{:abc_ic_cab_done_holo_light.png?nolink&40|}} will close the dialog, save the changes and return to the waypoint editor. The {{:abc_ic_clear_normal.png?nolink&40|}} button will close the dialog without changes, the {{:abc_ic_cab_done_holo_light.png?nolink&40|}} will close the dialog, save the changes and return to the waypoint editor.
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 </WRAP> </WRAP>
  
-Clicking on the first field will open a drop down menu allowing to change between different coordinate formats as explained [[coordinatedialog#coordinate_format|here]]. All further functions are explained below.+Tapping on the first field will open a drop down menu allowing to change between different coordinate formats as explained [[coordinatedialog#coordinate_format|here]]. All further functions are explained below.
  
 For easier understanding we will use an example of how the calculator can be used. For easier understanding we will use an example of how the calculator can be used.
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 By default this section will show the cache coordinates as a starting point for assigning your variables. By default this section will show the cache coordinates as a starting point for assigning your variables.
  
-By __short clicking__ on each digit you can cycle between the following functions for this specific digit:+By __short tapping__ on each digit you can cycle between the following functions for this specific digit:
  
   * **Assigning a variable to this digit**\\ Will assign the next unused variable (A-Z) to this digit.   * **Assigning a variable to this digit**\\ Will assign the next unused variable (A-Z) to this digit.
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   * **Return to the original state**\\ Will show the original value again.   * **Return to the original state**\\ Will show the original value again.
  
-Furthermore you can __long click__ each digit to manually enter a number or variable.+Furthermore you can __long tap__ each digit to manually enter a number or variable.
  
 The result could look like this example: The result could look like this example:
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 {{anchor:using_plain_coordinate_format}} {{anchor:using_plain_coordinate_format}}
  
-Entering coordinates or coordinate formulas in //Plain// mode works completely different compared to the fixed formats. Instead of having a clickable field for each digit there are two free text fields to enter the latitude and longitude part of a coordinate.+Entering coordinates or coordinate formulas in //Plain// mode works completely different compared to the fixed formats. Instead of having a tapable field for each digit there are two free text fields to enter the latitude and longitude part of a coordinate.
  
 A single digit or a group of digits can be replaced by a formula surrounded with parenthesis. The variables used in the formulas must consist oft single CAPITAL letters. A single digit or a group of digits can be replaced by a formula surrounded with parenthesis. The variables used in the formulas must consist oft single CAPITAL letters.
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