Metric (km, metres)
Imperial (miles, yards, feet)
Nautical (nautical miles, feet, knots)
Small Heading: Uses a smaller heading bar.
Full screen: Hide the header completely, only supported by
the Map view.
Sets the amount of magnetic variation. Default is 0.0. Use
negative values for West, positive values for East.
Function of 3 key
Function of 7 key
Function of 9 key
Function of 0 key
Choose which function is performed when the shortcut key
is pressed. Options include: Choose/visible; Organizer;
Disable screensaver; Lock phone; Manual location; Trip
view; Satellites; Search; Take photo & mark; Track on/off;
None (shortcut does nothing); Panorama; Create POI;
On phones that support orientations the Orient shortcut
switches between landscape and portrait.
On app deactivation This switch controls whether memory is freed when you
swap to another application. On phones with limited
memory (less than 20Mb of main memory) it is important to
leave this set to Free memory, so that applications like
Camera that also require a lot of memory can run reliably.
But if you have ample memory then you can choose Retain
data, in which case the memory is not released.
ViewRanger releases as much memory as possible when
you swap to another application, so that other applications
can run reliably. This is most noticeable when you return to
ViewRanger and the panorama has to be recalculated.
Right hand soft key
Sets the behaviour and label of the right hand soft key or
button in the Map and Panorama views. It defaults to ‘Lock
to GPS’, which centres the map or panorama on the current
GPS position, connecting to the GPS if necessary.
The alternative is ‘Exit’ to exit the application.
Ignore system exit
When an application that requires a lot of resources is
being used, such as the camera, Symbian will ask other
applications to close down. On some phones this can
prevent the "Take photo" feature being used.
To tell ViewRanger to ignore these exit requests switch on
‘Ignore system exit’.
However, this may prevent other applications starting.
Disable saver if
If ‘Disable saver if charging’ is switched on, then the
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screensaver is disabled while the phone is connected to an
external power source, so the screen will stay illuminated.
When you disconnect the power source the screen will
return to normal.
(You can also use Options > Phone > Disable screensaver
to switch off the screensaver when the phone is not
powered, but be aware this shortens battery life.)
An advanced setting for 3
edition handsets. When a
phone is in landscape orientation with the soft keys on the
right, this switch can be used to reverse the order of the
keys. This is provided because on the E90 the soft keys
have been reversed compared to other phones.
The colour used to highlight the selected item (POI, route,
track) in the map view. The colour defaults to red.
GPS symbol colour
The colour used for the GPS circle and cross when the
GPS reading is considered valid. It defaults to red.
Sets the default colour used when routes are created.
This controls the opacity routes are drawn with, so you can
see through them to the map below. Not available on 2
Sets the default colour used when tracks are created.
Draw track lines
Sets the drawing style for tracks. They can be drawn solid,
dotted, dashed, alternating dots and dashes, or transparent
(in which case they have the same transparency/opacity as
Sets the default icon for POIs that do not specify a different
icon. If you change this setting, all POIs that are using the
default icon will change to use your new choice.
Sets the default icon for waypoints that do not specify a
different icon. If you change this setting, all waypoints that
are using the default icon will change to use your new
Draw thick lines
Draws routes, tracks, selection boxes, the scale bar, the
GPS indicator and the cursor using extra thick lines. Uses a
larger default waypoint icon. Switch on this option for
screens that have very small pixels, such as the N80.
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Use a larger font where possible. Phones normally use
fonts that are adjusted to their screen size but if you have
trouble reading text in ViewRanger then switch this on and
where space allows ViewRanger will use a larger font.
On touch screen phones controls the opacity of the buttons
over the map.
These settings affect the display of the map screen.
Switch this on at night for the screen to drawn with a red
hue, to help preserve your night vision.
Auto rotate map
When this is switched on, the map will rotate by multiples of
90 degrees to best match your heading.
Switch between normal and full screen.
Show location bar
Switch the location bar on and off – this is the small bar
showing coords at the top of the screen.
Switch the scale bar on and off.
Show navi arrow
Controls the navigation arrow, shown when following a
route or navigating to a point.
Display the panorama viewpoint and direction veins on the
If the phone contains an electronic magnetic compass,
control whether the compass is displayed on the map.
Prompt for billable
When switched Every time you will be asked for permission
before any operation that may incur a charge to your phone
bill such as Internet access or SMS creation. When set to
First time you are only asked when an Internet connection
is first needed. When set to Never you will (almost) never
be asked to confirm the internet connection.
Your user name for the ViewRanger server
Your password for the ViewRanger server
Your e-mail address for the ViewRanger server
Image / Note Credit
The accreditation that will be used for images and notes
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that you submit for points-of-interest to the server.
Controls your Internet access point. If set to Always ask,
you will be prompted to choose every time you connect.
Map cache size
The amount of space to use on the memory card or mass
storage disk to store online map tiles.
See page 51 for a description of the Track settings, page 35 for the GPS
settings, page 110 for the Beacon settings and page 44 for the Trip settings.
There are two view layouts to choose from in Settings > Map > View Layout:
1. Small heading, which uses a thin bar containing the heading and status
information, and reduces the size of the bottom options bar.
2. Full screen, which in some screens eliminates the header and the bottom
1. Small heading
2. Full screen. The location
bar can also be switched off
Night vision draws the screen with a red cast. This
should be used at night and is designed to preserve
your eye's night vision. Use Options > Display > Night
vision to toggle it on and off.
Some components provided by the system don't use this
because they are drawn using your phone's current
theme - for example warning panels and menus - so choose an appropriate
theme for your phone.
When you are in small heading or full screen modes, a small location bar may
be shown under the heading bar. This bar contains location information.
The location bar is always shown in the Panorama, Navigation and Satellites
It can be toggled on and off in the Map view by using the Settings > Map >
Show location bar switch.
This diagram explains the items in the Location and Heading bars:
When the co-ordinates are:
1. Black they give the current location – in Panorama view the location from
which the panorama is calculated, in Map view the centre of the screen or
the selection location.
2. Red they indicate the GPS location is not currently valid, and the co-
ordinates are of the last valid GPS reading.
A battery meter is shown in the title bar. This changes to show a charger
symbol when external power is connected. This is not available on 2nd edition
Cursor keys mode
GPS Connected /
The Organizer is where you can access POIs, Routes, Tracks, Search, POI
Sets, Filter, Maps and Bookmarks to manage these objects.
Lists the POIs that you have
created. POIs are points of
interest. They have a single
point and are displayed with
an icon of your choice. They
have a creation time and can
be given a category and a
Lists the routes. Routes are
ordered lists of waypoints.
Lists the tracks you have
Shows the search panel, from
which you can search the
gazetteer, POI sets and
Controls which categories of feature / point-of-interest are
visible. Also controls which POI sets are displayed.
Collections of points of interest that you have created or
imported. Also contains an entry for the last set of search
Shows the list of maps you have installed. If the maps are
from more than one country they will be grouped by country.
Licensed POI Sets: Shows the list of POI sets that have been licensed from
commercial sources such as Ordnance Survey.
Store your favourite locations and revisit them.
Store the details of friends so you can view their location.
Lists of the maps and other materials available to download
from the ViewRanger server.
Shows the list of data objects for that data type. For
example, if Routes is highlighted, it will show a list of the
routes loaded in the application.
Contains Hide all, Show all and Delete all options, which
hide, show or delete all the POIs in My POIs, routes and
waypoints. If you swap into Routes, then the Edit menu
contains items to hide, show or delete all routes, and
likewise for My POIs and tracks.
Import GPX / LOC
GPX is a file format used to send data between GPS and
mapping applications. LOC is a format used to interchange
locations, especially for geo-caching. To import a GPX or
LOC file, first copy it into the ViewRanger folder on your
memory card. Choose this menu option and you will be
shown a list of GPX and LOC files currently in the
ViewRanger folder. Choose one and a count of the POIs,
routes and tracks it contains will be shown. If you confirm the
import, the POIs, routes and tracks contained in it will be
added to ViewRanger.
Avoid importing large numbers of POIs into My POIs. If you
need to import a lot of POIs, go to Organizer > POI sets and
use the Import POI set item. POI sets are designed to
contain a large number of POIs and have tools to help you
This option allows you to export all your tracks, routes and
marks in a GPX file. You will be prompted to name the file
and then the file is saved in the ViewRanger folder on your
Export Visible GPX Like Export GPX, but this option only exports the objects that
are not hidden.
Import a Landmark from the phone's database of
Show the Find field, allowing you to search for specific
names in the currently visible list. Find matches from the
start of whole words, so typing “pa” would match both
“Paisley” and “Car park” but not “Space”.
The search view allows you to search the gazetteer and POI sets. It also
optionally searches the ViewRanger server. You can search by text, area or
category. You can choose to see the results in a list or on the map.
The search panel can be accessed by choosing Search from the Options menu,
or by pressing 3. It can also be accessed from the Organizer by choosing the
The search fields are:
Name – this matches the start of words in the name and description of
POIs. For example, ‘cam’ matches both ‘River Cam’ and ‘Cambridge’ but
does not match ‘Occam’. ‘Ri ca’ matches ‘River Cam’ but not ‘River Dart’.
Apostrophes are ignored by the search. Hyphens and other punctuation are
treated as word separators. You can type full names too.
County – this is only used by the Gazetteer and matches the county or
area name. Abbreviations are not used, so for example enter Oxfo and not
Oxon for Oxfordshire.
Type & Sub-Type – these fields allow you to choose the category of the
item you wish to find. The first field sets the broad category, for example
‘Places’. The second field refines that choice. For example for Places you
could choose between towns, lakes, hills and woods. When set to ‘Any’ the
field matches all of the categories or sub-categories.
Distance – choose the distance from the current location that should be
searched. There are three options:
Unlimited, which searches the whole country
Visible map, which searches only the area of map that is shown in
the map view
Manual, searches the area given by the distance entered in the
second box. For example, if the distance is 20km, the search looks
for results within 20km of the centre of the map.
Server – controls whether to search for POIs held on the phone handset,
on the ViewRanger server, or to search both server and handset.
Shared – shared POIs are those that have been created by other users.
Licensed POIs are those that have been provided from commercial
sources, such as Ordnance Survey. This switch controls whether shared
POIs, licensed POIs, or both should be searched.
Display – sets whether to display the results in a list or on the map. If you
choose the map, the map will zoom and pan to show all the search results.
All other items will be temporarily hidden so only the search results are
shown. To return to normal display choose Options > Show all POIs.
The search results appear as a set within the Organizer’s POI Sets list – so you
can manage the search results in the same way as POI sets.
If you chose to see the search results in a list, you can use Options > View set
on map to see the results on the map.
Up to 250 results are shown. If your search finds more results than that you will
be warned and should refine the search. A count of results is given at the top of
the search results view. Press the cursor pad centre or
button to see the
commands you can apply to a result, for example, View on map.
Postcodes can be searched for, but you must set the 'Server' option to include
The search view
A sub-category list
Search results list, with count
List of POI sets, with Search
in the title bar
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