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- Print, share and save the logbook as a PDF.
- 2 new settings have been added: Logbook title allows you to give the logbook a title; Title photo sets a photo to print on the title page of the logbook PDF. By default, the *logbook title* is the same as the document name.
- Settings are now document specific, allowing you to have different settings for each document. Previously, the setting were app wide and were the same regardless of the document.
- The Fuels screen has been redesigned. A new form has been introduced for editing a fuel.
- There is no longer two separate periods (per day, month, etc) for a fuel’s consumption.
- The What’s New and User Hints screens have been improved.
- The stopover and fuel purchase log entries have had formatting improvements.
- The about screen has been improved.
- These release notes can now be reviewed from the About screen.
- Our support site can now be accessed from the About screen.
- There was an error in the calculation of a fuel’s periodic amount and cost.
- The Odometer popup, from the Stopover screen, was not showing.
- When no value had been entered for distance from the previous stopover, -0 would be displayed.
- Where We Go now uses a document file (.wherewego) instead of a database to store data. This provides 2 main advantages: you can have any number of logbooks; and, logbooks can easily be shared with others.
- Waypoints can now be added directly to the map (they are no longer part of a route). A waypoint allows you to record a transitory point while travelling between stopovers.
- In the stopover form, you can now navigate to the previous (arrived from) and the next (departed to) stopovers.
- The current stopover appears red instead of green, on the map.
- Stopover departure dates are now completely optional. They can be turned on or off for all new stopovers, by changing the app’s settings. Or for an individual stopover using the *Fields* menu option on the Stopover form.
- Routes are no longer drawn automatically – this feature of recording your route has been removed from the app. You can still manually draw a basic route betwwen stopovers by adding waypoints and turns.
- Routes appear blue instead of red.
- The distance travelled between stopovers is no longer automatically filled. It can still be manually edited, or calculated using odometer readings.
- Multiple fuel purchases at the same location on the same date are no longer grouped into a single purchase. A log entry will now be created for each purchase of a fuel type, even if the purchases occur at the same time.
- Fuel settings no longer have a user settable color.
- Run timer events are now always written to the log book, it is no longer an optional setting on the run timer.
- Run timer settings no longer have a user settable color.
- On the Fuel Purchase screen, the *Edit Location* action has been moved from the screen’s drop down menu and now appears as a map button next to the place name. Similar to the Stopover screen.
- Data syncing: data changes made on one device were not always being recognised by the other devices. Data syncing, as it was, no longer exists because of the change to documents. To share data place your document in a shared folder.
- Multiple requests to the geocoding server were being made when a new stopover was added.
- The place name field was being left blank when the geocoding server call was unsuccessful.
- When a call to the geocoding server failed, the displayed error message was never being removed from the form, hiding the field below it.
- The current stopover on the map screen was not updating when the place name field for a new stopover was updated automatically (after calling the geocoding server). It continued to show “New Place”.
- Likewise, the previous stopover’s next stopover field was not updating.