If a route is loaded and later ended, the A and B labels are still visible on the right side of the screen. Shouldn’t they disappear together with the yellow line?
Good question! They stay visible because it is also possible to enable one without creating a route via the airfield-info window. You can remove them by tapping the A or B icon (the airfield-info window pops-up) and tap the corresponding set A or set B icon in that window. In this way, you always quickly access your two preferred airfields. See the attached video:
I am not entirely happy that the "Set A" button (likewise Set B) can be used both to set and to un-set. it would seem more intuitive if, once set for, say, airfield EGDM, if you are looking at the EGDM airfield info pane the "SET A" button (which will now actually cause it to UN-set) was replaced by a button marked "UN-SET A" (or "CLEAR A")?
One other comment on the two shortcut buttons on the map - on my laptop (first image below) it is easy to understand the two shortcut icons for Airfield A and Airfield B. But on the small screen on my phone (second image below!) , there is no space between the A (or B) and the airfield ICAO, and also with the small text font the colour difference I can see on my PC is no longer easily seen. The result, on the phone, is that each button appears just to have 5 letters which are no immediately recognisable as an ICAO preceded by A or B. A *very* simple fix for this would be to change the wording on the shortcut icon from "(i)A EGDM" to "A(i) EGDM" (where I have used (i) to represent the circular "info" mark):-
Hi Tim, what I'm missing is a direct-to icon like with EV3 out of any possible active route or planning situation, where you'll be able to either type in ICAO identifier or place name. This would facilitate quick findings in case of sudden - weather or emergency- requirements!