I did some tinkering in OsmAnd~ trying to see bike parking in my map layers and then in the process of trying to turn them off I just added gas stations and regular parking lots and now my maps are so littered with POI that they're unreadable. I go into "map layers" and uncheck the "POI..." box but that doesn't make them disappear.

I just upgraded to OsmAnd~ Version 1.8.2 hoping it would solve my problem but nothing changed. I don't see a way to reset my display preferences to the defaults. What am I doing wrong? I don't need to know where to park or buy gas!

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In the main context menu from map display -> Map display, uncheking the "POI..." button works for me ... all orange POI markers disappear.

So I cannot reproduce your error.

(08 Aug '14, 13:25) stephan75

I have the same problem; it's not the orange circles that result from a search, it's things like shopping centre or coffee shop or church icons, not circled. They show up when the scale is below 1 km showing on the ruler. I have turned off everything under "configure map" and they're still there.

I suspect it's some sort of search artifact, but I can't find where or how one clears the search. This with version 1.9.2g

(13 Nov '14, 01:27) Graydon
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Hello Graydon, please do a posting on https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/osmand and include a screenshot if possible.

(13 Nov '14, 17:01) stephan75

osmand forum is probably best place to ask, though there are likely to be many users here able to assist.

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answered 07 Aug '14, 14:57

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edited 07 Aug '14, 15:05

In addition to unchecking the PO box, uncheck the "Point Labels" box. Heck, uncheck all the things.

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