I have now completed tweaking the TT 1:50K Look n Feel map style to adjust it for some display improvements, these include marking up long distance paths and cycle routes (International, National and Regional). Several other changes include larger text labels for Cities, Towns, Hamlets, Suburbs, etc. and Ferry Routes! See the screen shots below of how they now look:
Here is the DEM map in 3D mode, the long distance path is marked-up with dashed yellow surround over the existing footpath, bridleway, road, etc. You can see the Cumbrian Way using this new style.
Here is the DEM map in 2D mode, the long distance path is marked-up with dashed yellow surround over the existing footpath, bridleway, road, track, etc.
Long distance cycle paths are marked up with light-blue dashed surround and where both exist on the same path, they are both yellow and blue (alternate) dashes surrounding the original track, cycleway, road, bridleway, etc. mark-up. You can see the Cumbrian Way using this new style.
Here’s a screen shot showing both long distance paths (Hadrian’s Wall) and also Cycle Networks:
This new style will become the standard for all new compiled versions of the maps from the 7th of October, 2019. The TT 1:50K Look n Feel British Isles maps are now in this improved style and all other TT 1:50K Look n Feel maps will use this before the 14th of October, 2019.