Tracks have two colours

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    Thierry CHARLÈS

    Hello,


    Is this a trace.gpx or trace.trk format?


    If it is a *GPX trace, there is no standardized field in this format to define a color, each user software places the color data in a free field. So when you open a *.GPX file if it was created by another software the color is random.


    If it is a *.trk format the color is defined in the properties of the trace, then for the display you can choose to color the trace by a parameter such as speed, altitude, slope, etc…


    A concrete example, imagine a hiker who sets the max speed 15 km/h as a display parameter will most likely have a blue/green two-tone track, the same route travelled a mountain bike will produce a "ARC EN CIEL" track…


    Everything is possible just play with the LAND options and be curious in the use of menus


    Good hikes

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    www.twolandnaviste .fr forum

    Hello (please, we are users, like you),

    Look for "Autolaps" in your manual.

    Bye

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    Wolfgang Bujatti

    Thank you, it was the setting in TwoNav "Autolaps" to "Autolap by distance".

    Either a bug or some misclicking on the settings can be the reason.

    It's solved for me!

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    www.twolandnaviste .fr forum

    OK ! good !

    As we are not CompeGPS, we can't see your account. So, it is better to say on which device you have questions.

    Have a nice day.

    Laurent

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