These settings can be found under Menu tab (n green bar), Settings, Navigation:
Auto follow route
Toggle automatic route following on and off. If it is off then you need to manually advance the target waypoint using step target forward.
Show next wpt distance
When navigating a route, this value determines the distance at which ViewRanger will consider you to have arrived at a waypoint. Once you reach this distance from a waypoint, ViewRanger will start pointing to the following waypoint.
The default value is 15m so once you are within 15m of a waypoint, ViewRanger will start pointing to the following waypoint. If you have alarms enabled, the arrow will still be red while you are within the alarm distance.
Navigation arrow method
USe the GPS heading or Compass when navigating or following a route. By default it now uses the device's magnetic compass. Switch between this and the GPS heading using the menu > Settings > Navigation > Navigation arrow method.
The compass is more accurate than heading at low speeds, especially when you are stopped.
The navigation arrow is now always blue. It no longer uses red or green to indicate whether you are on route or at a waypoint.
If the compass is not accurate, it will have a red or yellow ring around it, and the navigation arrow background will be yellow. Turn the device in a figure of 8, flipping it as you do, to align the compass. You'll find videos on You Tube showing the motion recommend for your device.
POI/wpt alarm Active
Switch the alarm for arriving at a POI or waypoint on and off.
Arrival alarm distance
When navigating, this setting determines the distance at which ViewRanger first sounds its arrival alarm. A setting of 50m means the alarm will sound when you are within 50m of the target point.
The tone / sound played when the arrival alarm is triggered. The list shows all tones, sounds and music tracks stored in the standard locations on the phone.
Off route (XTE) Alarm
Switch the cross track error alarm on and off.
Off route alarm distance
When navigating a route, this value determines when the cross track error alarm sounds. Cross track error is the distance you are away from the planned route. If this setting has a value of 100m the alarm will sound if you are 100m or more from the route.
Off route alarm
The tone / sound played when the XTE alarm is triggered. The list shows all tones, sounds and music tracks stored in the standard locations on the phone.