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#33 fixed Multiple mapset isn't handled correctly somebody KaZeR
Description If you define multiple mapset (like one for garmin and one for openstreetmaps) you only see the entry for the first mapset in the 'Data' menu, and only the first mapset is rendered on screen
#37 fixed Navit sometimes fail to draw some road segments at some zoom settings, so the map looks blank somebody hafting
Description I discovered this by accident. I let navit find a way from Stockholm to Oslo. Then I followed that road by scrolling the map, zooming in and out to look at the state of the OSM map. Sometimes, part of the road disappeared. It was always the part from somewhere in the middle of the map to the edge thaqt got lost. It looked like the road ended. The dark blue route was still there though. Zooming in or out fixes this, the road becoms visible. Zoom back to the troublesome zoom level and the road disappears again. I could sometimes scroll over several screenfuls before the road became visible again at the bad zoom level.

Turning the route off makes no difference, it is then impossible to see the lost road - it is as if it isn't there.
#38 fixed Navit won't display the car outside of mapped roads anonymous hafting
Description I frequently drives outside mapped areas, because I update the OSM map. It is convenient to have navit show what roads are on the map already.

But navit always snaps to the closest road, even if it is several hundred meters away. Snapping to the closest road within the combined error margins of the map and the GPS is of course reasonable. The current GPS accuracy is (usually) available from the GPS readout. Map accuracy is usually unknown - but a map made from GPS traces (like the osm map) is usually accurate to within typical gps accuracy. The map accuracy should ideally be user configurable. Those who want to cling to the roads can then set a large error margin, those who want to go off-road can set a low error margin.
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