Current edited track will not be discarded, it will be extended with the loaded one.
If loaded track contains multiple segments, they will automatically be joined.
If "Auto" is selected, the type of the file is selected based on the file extension.
Load without going through a CORS proxy. Check if target server accepts cross-origin requests, and if you want to use your browser session to fetch the file.
Check to save the track as a GPX route, instead of a GPX track segment.
Drag and drop to reorder segments. Click on name to rename. Click on color to set color. Click on trash to delete.
Check to apply the tools below to all track segments instead of just the active one. Ignore if your track only has one segment.
Reduces track size by discarding points which do not significantly change the track shape.
Update track's altitude data to remove noise.
Smoothing intensity defines the number of rounding iterations.
The higher the level, the more computation time is needed.
Uses external web service to get elevation of track points.
Check to save in the GPX the timings computed by WTracks.
It will override any previous GPX timing.
Shifts all track points' recorded time.
Clean up: Deletes elevation and/or GPS-recorded time data on each track point.
Fill up: Adds interpolated elevation and/or time on track points where this data is missing.
Inverts all track points so that start of the track becomes the end.
Move cursor to delete points from the start or the end of the track.
Your WTracks editor status will be saved continuously in your browser local storage,
so that when you close and reopen it later it will restore the same content and settings.
Configure track colors and other display options.
When checked, a dashed line is displayed in edit mode to guide forward track extension.
When unchecked, waypoint title is only displayed when
the mouse is over the waypoint.
When checked, a marker will be shown at start and end of current track segment.
When checked and an overlay is enabled, base layer is displayed in gray. This is useful with slope overlays.
By default, when multiple overlays are active, they are mixed to make sure they are all visible. When this option is checked, overlays are drawn independently on top of each other. Bottom overlays may then be hidden by upper overlays, unless you reduce their opacity.
To use elevation and routing services, you must set your own API keys.
Current config is using:
This key is used for the (i) computing point and track elevation, and (ii) routing feature, which draws tracks along map roads.
Get your free API key/token from OpenRoute Service.
This key is used for the routing feature, which draws tracks along map roads.
Get your API key from GraphHopper.
This key is used for the Google Elevation service, which gets the elevation of each track point.
Get your "Maps Elevation API" key from Google Developers Console.
If checked an info box will pop up when elevation or routing services are not configured.
Choose between imperial and metric unit of length.
Activate service worker to use offline cache.
Maximum number of decimals to keep in location coordinates.
WTracks is free to use mood
You can however donate to help maintaining this service:
warning Do not check any 'goods and services' option in PayPal, you would pay useless fees.
Check documentation for application features and details. You can also join the online forum to share questions and hints with other WTracks users
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