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Erasing a Waypoint
5. To edit the waypoint position, press the EDIT WAYPOINT soft key, followed
POSITION. The Waypoint Position pop-up is displayed.
Use the soft keys to select
LAT, LON, BRG or RNG.
Use the trackpad to edit the value:
Use the left or right side of the trackpad to move the cursor to the character
you wish to change.
Use the top or bottom of the trackpad to scroll through the characters.
Adjust each parameter until the waypoint position is correct.
When you have finished editing the position, press
ENTER to save the position
CLEAR to cancel the operation. Press ENTER or CLEAR again, the
Waypoint Position window is removed from the screen and the default soft
keys are displayed.
Erasing a Waypoint
You cannot erase the target waypoint or waypoints that are used in routes.
However, you can remove a waypoint from the current route - see Editing a
Route on page 5-27.
If you try to erase a waypoint that is used in a saved route you are warned
“WAYPOINT IS USED IN A ROUTE & CANNOT BE DELETED”
To delete a waypoint using the cursor:
1. Move the cursor over the waypoint, until the letters
WPT are displayed. The
waypoint soft keys are displayed.
2. Press the
ERASE WAYPOINT soft key. The waypoint is removed from the
screen and the Waypoint List is updated.
Note: If you have stopped a GOTO (see Stop Follow or Stop Goto on
page 5-34), the target waypoint remains displayed as a target; you need to use
CLEAR GOTO soft key before you can erase the waypoint using the cursor.
➤ To delete a waypoint using the waypoint list:
1. Select the waypoint from the waypoint list as previously described. The
waypoint list soft keys are displayed.
2. Press the EDIT WAYPOINT soft key, followed by ERASE WAYPOINT. The way-
point is removed from the screen and the waypoint list is updated.
Moving a Waypoint
You can move any waypoint except the target waypoint (the waypoint you are
following). You can use the Waypoint soft keys and cursor to move the
selected waypoint, or you can edit the waypoint position.
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