Select a route (using the Select Tool) and click on it, or double-click on the route in the browser list below the map and a route editor/data window will open below the map.
View Summary Data for the route.
Change the route Name
Make notes about the route
Attach a URL to the route
Change the routing preference - only change this to Vehicles if you have a RouteBuddy Road Map installed and want to use the underlying network data to make the route snap to the roads.
Reverse the route Recalculate the route
View all the route data
At the moment RouteBuddy only contains elevation data for Great Britain. During 2013 we will be extending our elevation data to other countries.
Click on Elevation in the Route Summary and you will be provided with the elevation view. If you move the mouse along the elevation graph you will see the pointer move along the route on the map.
Currently the graph fits 4-5 evenly spaced labels onto each axis, dividing the (minimum...maximum) range into 4-5 slices. In future we may well add the ability to round the increments to the nearest 5/10/50/100/1000 metres or feet (at least for the Y axis).
The zero value line is shown as a separate dotted line, but only if the route/track crosses the 0 value (if it doesn't, it's not visible: the range visible in the graph is (minimum..maximum) not (smaller-of-zero-or-minimum..maximum).
If you have a route or a track that goes below zero then there'll be a horizontal dotted line to show the zero mark.
That zero mark can't be at the bottom of the Y axis, because some altitudes are below sea level: the graph needs to be able to show things like a track that went from -50m to +250m.
The Detail View provides you with a list of the routepoints. The routepoint name, icon and description can be edited.