When on track's page -- go to "Options -> Edit waypoints" to add/remove/move waypoints and/or change icons.
Sunday, 26 September 2010
Saturday, 11 September 2010
Just a quick list on things I plan to add in the near (and not so near) future. First urgent things:
- User profile images,
- Global RSS and user RSS feeds,
- Track description for every track,
- Trackprofiler logo,
- Show all images (at the moment -- only geotagged images are shown),
- Problem geotagging images for KML (which doesn't save timestamps for track points).
"Not so near" future TODO list:
- Basic track editing tools:
- Move entire track (for example "100m north")
- Join/split track segments
- Delete track segments
- Delete track points
- Smooth track graph
- Basic social networking
- Tag RSS
- Email or RSS Subscriptions on TAGS and/or geographic locations
- Geo search
- Import images from photosharing sites
Posted by Tomo Krajina at 05:02
Wednesday, 8 September 2010
A friend of mine asked a good question. How to know where some location on the track profile graph is on the map?
After few hours of thinking and few more on programming ;) here's the answer... Move over the graph and a little pointer will move on the map. Now you can see where the peaks on the graphs are on the map and vice-versa:
By the way. This feature is still in beta. I works in Firefox, Opera and Chrome. Not sure for Internet explorer.
Posted by Tomo Krajina at 21:45
Tuesday, 7 September 2010
Monday, 6 September 2010
My main goal with this site isn't to create (yet another) traveler and/or hiking site. It is much simpler:
- It is, simply, a place where I plan to upload and store all my GPS tracks. Nothing more, nothing less.
- It is a place where anybody can, i 5 minutes create a visual representation of his GPS track. With photos, waypoints, track profile graph.
- It will have a basic social network functionality. For example, anybody will be able to "follow" his friends and receive notifications when they upload new tracks.
- Trackprofiler must have have a basic track editor.
Posted by Tomo Krajina at 07:33