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Tema: Tracklog in gpx format

  1. #1
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    11 Mar, 11
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    Predeterminado Tracklog in gpx format

    Hola !

    Just one basic request : a tracklog in gpx !

    Thx

  2. #2
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    01 Mar, 05
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    En el medio del páramo
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    Gpx is not a good format, because it is very limited. (The standard cannot assign colour, thickness, etc. properties, for example)

    Anyway, you can save your tracklog into GPX if you want. Just go to menu->data->track->click on the track you want to save as GPX until menu will display and save as... GPX.

    Hope it helps.
    Todo el día de arriba para abajo...

  3. #3
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    05 Aug, 09
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    Hi - no expert on subject but it is possible to use GPX and assign colour and other attributes but it requires a "schema" that TwoNav can read. Data is stored in the GPX file in the extentsionsType section of file. Garmin have a "schema" that works with Mapsource and their units. I see no reason why TwoNav/CGL could not do the same but do not know anything about the subject so could be wrong.

    Cheers
    Greg

  4. #4
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    10 Sep, 08
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    Greg, you're right, Compe coukld use the extentsionsType section like Garmin do it.
    But which other software would support this?

    ray
    www.melibokus-biker.de
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    (old devices Aventura W.E. 3.1/OS 1.3.60R, Sportiva+ 3.0/OS 2.2.1, Garmin 60CSx, Magellan Meridian Platinum)
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  5. #5
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    05 Aug, 09
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    Yes - this is the problem. There is no standard so gps mapping programs would need to recognise all the custom "schemas", and use the information, if supported by the program, to display the file as the maker intended.

    Cheers
    Greg

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