Draw feature crashes every time.

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Every time I use the draw feature on my phantom for pro it just crashes the app, I am using an iPad Pro. Does anybody else have this problem?
 
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It worked just like the draw function in Litchi. Finger on screen, draw path, execute. I don't recall the arrow being required to be used as a starting point.
 
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It worked just like the draw function in Litchi. Finger on screen, draw path, execute. I don't recall the arrow being required to be used as a starting point.
Hmm, when I use it I have to start at the arrow, there's a pop up that comes on saying to start at the tip,of the arrow
 
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Hmm, when I use it I have to start at the arrow, there's a pop up that comes on saying to start at the tip,of the arrow
To be honest I only used it twice while testing all the different flight modes, so maybe I just don't recall the arrow. It's rain here right now, but I will test it again as soon as I can get back in the air. That said, I can say it did not crash my app. In fact the app has never crashed on my Air 2, and I have tried each feature at least once.

Have you tried it I'm the sim and does it also crash there?

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Tried Draw on the P4P+ tonight.
What a complete disaster that is!!
Wouldn't follow the course. Wouldn't disengage. Thankfully, I was close and able to land it by sight. Sticks still controlled AC but display showed Drawn couse it was (not) following. No other telemetry, battery level, nothing. So, once I landed, I re-started the RC and it asked me if I wanted to auto land now. AC was sitting on the ground.
WTF!!!!
Useless...........................
Thankfully, after restarting both the AC and RC again, all was back to normal.
 
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