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1) Print feature. It's now possible to get what you see on the GpsarPro screens on paper, with the print function, with high quality (much better than a basic screenshot).

This is available via the File menu, either in classic mode or in landscape mode :

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Note that with a "virtual printer", (or, even better, with the direct "PDF" function on Mac Os X), it's possible to get a .pdf with high quality vectorial pictures.
Here are three examples (pdf) :

First, a high quality (vectorial) pdf of a polar diagram :

http://gpsactionreplay.free.fr/images/gpsarProPrint3.pdf

And two examples with several views on the screen :

http://gpsactionreplay.free.fr/images/gpsarProPrint1.pdf

http://gpsactionreplay.free.fr/images/gpsarProPrint2.pdf


2) Boats in real size.
Till version 4.19 of GpsarPro, the boats were shown as sort of arrow, with a fixed size whatever the zoom. The advantage of this is that you can zoom-in or zoom-out without loosing the view on each boat. But, on the other hand, you have no idea of the real size of the boats compared to the zoom, and to the map, the marks, etc.
With this new version 4.20, the boat is show in real size (you can set the width and the length for the whole float), additionnaly to the fixed size arrow traditionally used in GpsarPro.

The menu is here :

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Then, the settings are as follows :

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And this is what you get with a little zoom :

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And with high zoom :

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3) Enhanced graphic displays : anti-aliasing is now available (by default) on each view, providing a better image quality.
Here is an example with anti-aliasing on :

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You can set this anti-aliasing feature On or Off via the settings menu :

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4) Focus change bug fixed. In previous versions, when you changed the focus (from one track to another one) with time stopped, the translation from old focus to new one stopped a little bit before focusing 100% on the new target. Hence, if zooming-in after this change of focus, the target could leave the center of the screen.
This bug is fixed. It means that now, once changing focus, the new target is exactly focused, and you can zoom-in as much as you want without loosing your target.
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