The following settings are available for waypoints.
Name: The name of the waypoint.
Description: A description of the purpose, location, etc
of the waypoint.
Latitude & Longitude: The location of the waypoint.
The format used depends on the Units
Turn Radius: When not zero, any route using this waypoint
will use the given turning radius for this waypoint. Additionally,
tick marks are made at the center of the implied circle and the
beginning and end of the turn. If wheel-over lines are enabled,
they are shown shown 1 ship-length prior to beginning of
the turn. After setting an initial turn radius here, you can
adjust the radius graphicly by selecting the route and
dragging/dropping the center point of the turn. (Only SEAiq Pilot)
Goto: Indicates whether this waypoint is the current goal
Monitor: Indicates whether this waypoint should be
monitored in the vertical status bar. When monitored, the DTG and
ETA are displayed. (Only SEAiq Pilot)
Goal Time: Indicates if there is a goal time to arrive at
this waypoint. This is used for calculating Speed
Required information in the status bar. (Only SEAiq Pilot)
Time Passed: This shows the last time Own-Ship has passed
the waypoint. (Only SEAiq Pilot)
Logbook: When this is enabled, a logbook entry will be
created automatically when passing the waypoint.
(Only SEAiq Pilot)
Minor: When enabled, the waypoint is presented less
prominently than other waypoints. This can be used to reduce
clutter in routes with many closely packed waypoints.
(Only SEAiq Pilot)
In Routes: A summary of the routes containing this
Add to a Route: You can use this to select a route
to add this waypoint to.
Split for Routes: This is only shown when a waypoint is
shared by more than one route. You can split the waypoint into
duplicates that in each of the routes. This is helpful if, for
instance, you with to create a similar route where some of the
waypoints differ somewhat, such as when reversing a route.