The settings for Vespucci are split over two screens: standard and advanced preferences. The more commonly used settings should in general be in the first screen.
Select the tiled imagery background layer. Selection will be filtered to layers that cover the current map view.
Select the tiled imagery overlay layer. Selection will be filtered to layers that cover the current map view.
Configure a custom imagery layer not included in the standard configuration.
Configure the scale or grid displayed.
The style that is used to render OpenStreetmapData. Additional style can be added by including corresponding files in the Vespucci directory.
Enable Bugs and Notes display
Turn on the task layer (currently supporting OSM Notes, OSMOSE bugs and custom tasks).
Enable Photo layer
Turn on the photo layer. When enabled the Vespucci directory and others will be scanned for geo-referenced photographs that will be displayed with a camera icon and are selectable (selecting will try to start a photo viewer on the device).
Keep screen on
Disable the Android automatic screen lock.
Large node drag area
Display a large ring around selected nodes making draging and positioning nodes easier.
Start preset management screen. Vespucci supports JOSM style presets that can be downloaded and added from this screen.
Configure the standard validator.
There are currently two configurable checks: a check for missing keys and an aged based one for re-surveying.
The missing tag check works on the combination of the keys that should be checked and the preset for element.
Example: the default configuration checks that a "name" tag is present on a object if the matching preset contains a "name" field in the non-optional tags, optionally the check can be extended to "optional" tags.
Starts the advanced preferences editor.