Making Trail Layers

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12:44:32 < [-bull-]> for lwr I used expertgps, saved as csv, loaded it in notepad changed commas to spaces used the web app then 12:44:32 < [-bull-]> for lwr I used expertgps, saved as csv, loaded it in notepad changed commas to spaces used the web app then
- pathlistarchiver, then made the xml, it definately does need to be easier than that+pathlistarchiver, then made the xml, it definately does need to be easier than that
12:39:33 < T_Servo> like.. does it REALLY need to be this complex to show a track? You have the points in the XML, wouldn't it be 12:39:33 < T_Servo> like.. does it REALLY need to be this complex to show a track? You have the points in the XML, wouldn't it be
-just as easy to draw the lines off of that?+just as easy to draw the lines off of that?
12:39:39 <+jessi-nlt> like, going into WW, clicking your trail, and getting an XML 12:39:39 <+jessi-nlt> like, going into WW, clicking your trail, and getting an XML

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12:44:32 < [-bull-]> for lwr I used expertgps, saved as csv, loaded it in notepad changed commas to spaces used the web app then pathlistarchiver, then made the xml, it definately does need to be easier than that

12:39:33 < T_Servo> like.. does it REALLY need to be this complex to show a track? You have the points in the XML, wouldn't it be just as easy to draw the lines off of that?

12:39:39 <+jessi-nlt> like, going into WW, clicking your trail, and getting an XML

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