I’m looking for a Windows — *not *web-based — application that can open a GPX file with just waypoints, and let me move/delete those waypoints.
GPXSee is read-only
JOSM displays waypoints as tiny dots, quite unreadable to me
Is there another application that would do the job?
Edit: GPX Editor lets the user delete waypoints but not move them. Unless someone knows of a better alternative, I’ll use that.
Note: GPX Editor removes the user’s web proxy as set in Windows’ Internet Properties section; In GPX Editor’s Options > Settings, set Internet to None.
Edit: As of 188.8.131.520, after deleting a waypoint, GPX Editor doesn’t refresh the map (duh). The work-around is to click on the Preview tab, and click again on the OSM tab.
Not a light and easy, but Garmin Basecamp can do this.
Hi, GpsPrune looks like it will do what you want, https://activityworkshop.net/software/gpsprune/
The best Windows application I have used is Garmin BaseCamp https://www8.garmin.com/support/download_details.jsp?id=4435
You can do any type of editing and then save gpx file to load into any other application
¿ Am I missing something ? *.gpx are simple text-based files, aka “straight ascii” - even notepad should do the job ?!
Sure, you can edit a gpx file, but a text editor doesn’t help with tasks like
- simplify (with Douglas-Peucker)
- split into parts with x km length
- remove points with speed below 5 km/h