In the plots rendered by 'movecost()' and 'movecorr()', the accumulated cost surface, the DTM, and the least-cost corridor are overlaid by a hillshade raster to better convey the features of the terrain; the transparency of the hillshade can be adjusted using the 'transp' parameter.
In the plot showing the least-cost path(s) rendered by 'movecost()', destination locations' label(s) shows time in sexagesimal numbers (hours, minutes, seconds).
The destination location layer ('dest.loc.w.cost') returned by 'movecost()' is now included in the layers than can be exported using the 'export' parameter.
In the destination location layer ('dest.loc.w.cost') returned by 'movecost()', when the cost is expressed in terms of time, a new variable ('cost_hms') is added (besides 'cost') expressing time in sexagesimal numbers. The variable 'cost' still stores the cost at the destination location(s), but it is expressed in decimal numbers.
Minor adjustments to the subtitle of the plot rendered by 'movecorr()' to indicate the used terrain factor.
Minor adjustments to the annotations of the LCP plot rendered by 'movecost()'.
Minor edits and amendements to the help documentation of 'movecost()' function.