I have read this article:
I have played with the Import options, which if I’m honest, I’m still confused what exactly is meant by:
[ ] Show GPX data as overlay
[ ] Use GPX for route calculation
[ ] Extend Route/Overlay
The option to reduce waypoints on import also confuses me–especially if the idea is I’m importing a track that has waypoints that somebody designated for a reason. I do understand in general the idea that a person might want to reduce waypoints.
Hopefully one of you will point out the error in my ways here, but the real big issue I have is that I can’t create a track in Kurvinger, export it, then come back later and work on it using the import tool to “re-open” my GPX file.
I CAN import the Kurviger-generated GPX file, but it is not exactly what I was looking at when I exported. Does that make sense?
For example, I created a 76 mile loop. It has a start and end point and 10 intermediate points. I know on average that is a lot of waypoints, and I probably could have gotten the track defined with 8 or maybe even less I I had perfectly placed them, but 10 is where I ended up to get the track on the exact roads I desired. Then I exported tracks and waypoints (I don’t use routes).
When I import this GPX file back into Kurviger, I see 21 intermediate waypoints and the track is messed up–not the same as I created and also not even a good continuous loop.
It will be a showstopper for sure if I can’t save my work to later come back and continue my track work or open later for modification. So I assume I am simply not understanding something fundamental.