On the map:
Track mode: Select this mode to add track points
Marker mode: Select this mode to add markers
Add point: Click on the map
Move point: Click and drag marker
Remove point: Double click the marker
Insert point in track: Double click the line
Change name or type of a marker: Click with right mouse button on the marker
Change name or colour of a track: Click with right mouse button on a track marker
Choose file: Select an existing .gpx or .loc file to open.
Open gpx/loc: Open the selected .gpx or .loc file on the map (markers only, track only or both).
A maximum of 1000 track points and/or 1000 waypoints is used and the maximum file size is 10MB.
Go to location: Jump to location on the map
Auto centre: Centres the map automatically on each new point
Zoom to fit: Chooses the best zoom level to make all tracks and markers visible
Remove markers: Removes all tracks and markers
Save as gpx: Saves the current track and markers as .gpx file
Send to GPS: Send the current track and markers to a connected Garmin GPS device (uses the Garmin Communicator Plugin)
Add track: Add a new track with the chosen name and colour
Remove track: Remove the current, selected, track
Retrieve geocaches: Retrieve geocaches and waypoints from Geocaching.com using the GC-code or coordinates. Login is required for this function only.
Add marker: Add a marker with given coordinates and chosen name and marker type.
Coordinates can be entered in WGS84 as:
- decimal degrees (N50.91721 E5.91775)
- degrees and decimal minutes (N50 55.032 E5 55.065)
- degrees, minutes and decimal seconds (N50 55 1.956 E5 55 3.9)
Separate the different numbers by using spaces.
Use of N, E, S, W as wel as just positive or negative numbers is allowed.
Copying and pasting the coordinates as listed on a geocache description page on Geocaching.com is also possible.
View on large map: View your map on full screen. Only to review or print the map, no changes can be made on this map.
Track length: Shows the length of the selected track in the chosen unit (meter, kilometer, feet or mile)