With sync active you got the possibility to set destinations/waypoints from Eveeye to the EVE client.
To set waypoints tap/click a solarsystem. In the appearing menu hit
Set Waypoint or
Set Destination or use the following icons:
|Set destination. This clears a current route.|
|Add waypoint to the end of the current route.|
In the menu you can also select to
Avoid System. To manage your avoided systems goto the
ROUTE tab in Settings.
Ingame vs Eveeye route
You should match ingame and eveeye settings to get the same routes ingame and within eveeye. Still routes displayed may not match 100% every time. Eveeye will detect and re-calc the route displayed in eveeye if you took a different path though.
|Fly thru system|
Clicking the colored square or else in the route legend will trigger a menu with some options where applicable:
|Clear Route||Will clear your route ingame and in eveeye|
|Turn into Waypoint||Will stop your ship in this system if autopiloting|
|Remove Waypoint||Will not stop your ship in this system if autopiloting|
|Add again at end of route||Will add that system as a waypoint to the end of your route|
|Set sole destination||Will clear current route and set that system as destination|
When you got one or both of the options
Use Wormholes or
Use Jumpbridges enabled in Routing Settings calculating the route will consider those connections. If a route is found that includes wormhole or jumpbridge waypoints will be set accordingly.
We like to go from
The shortest route from
Nasreri via k-space is 32 jumps.
A 12-jump route using a detour via Thera was found:
Set Destination to
Nasreri via Eveeye the app will set a waypoint at
PUIG-F. There you would have to find the entrance to Thera. The corresponding Signature Code is found in the solarsystem-tab
SIG or on the line on the map. From Thera do the same for the exit -in this case- to
Vecamia. After jumping back to k-space the client will show the last 4 jumps.
Within the EVE Client your route would look like this since the client does not plot routes via wormholes: