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  1. Fitcherama

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    I'm playing with Litchi tonight and trying to learn the ropes. I can't seem to get rid of this strange waypoint thing off there on the left of the screenshot? Can someone put me out of my misery please?


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  2. gtpark

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    You need a bigger battery to make that flight!

    What have you tried and do you still get it when connected?
     
  3. Fitcherama

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    I've just put everything away but think it was there when connected. I think I'll reinstall the app next. Yes - it's a bit of an ambitious long distance flight isn't it?! Is that red marker a mission that I've somehow set?


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  4. Waxings

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    Tap it and there should be a new menu that has a little negative sign to remove it?
     
  5. Air Ontario

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    select top left drop down an select orbit or whatever and then open WP and see if it disappears.
     
  6. Fitcherama

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    Thank you. It was stubborn but a reinstall of the app has cleared it.


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  7. Ramphex

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    Wonder how many batteries you'd need for that flight lol
     
  8. what the

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    You have electron as your pilot?


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