Android Tower: how to show the altitude in the main screen?

I'm sorry this is probably a very stupid question, but I couldn't figure it out...

How to show the altitude in the main screen?  I can only see the climb rate (hs m/s).

Thank!

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The image here shows where the alt is on the main page https://github.com/DroidPlanner/Tower

There is some tower documentation https://github.com/DroidPlanner/Tower/wiki

And there is more discussion on the new ardupilot.org discussion site http://discuss.ardupilot.org/c/ground-control-software/tower

Ok now I'm feeling really stupid. The screen I get is this one.

Even in the wideget customisation page, I can't find any mention of the altitude... What I'm doing wrong? I have version 3.2.0.

I can't view a webp file.. Can you post a screen shot.

Here you go, I've posted some screenshots, I can't find any option related to showing altitude...

I've also tried the beta version, I get an error indicating me to upgrade 3dr application. I don't need the features in the beta anyway!

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Ok maybe I have an idea, I use a APM 2.0 board, so I'm limited to the latest compatible firmware on this board.

Is it possible that the altitude and other missing parameters are sent out with a different format? They are definitely read by the windows mission planner though.

No help? :(

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