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When using tracks how do you watch the trail you are leaving

I find i have to hit track back to even see the tracks or i think making more waypoints brings it up as well. is there another way to do this?

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On the Map Setup page under Track change the option for Track Log from Off to any other desired zoom level. Moreover, go to Tracks page and choose Setup. Tick 'Wrap When Full' and choose a Color that would be more visible/desirable Color for your track.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

  • mbkafil Mar 09, 2009

    Also please do this as well. On the Map page press Menu. From the options shown choose Setup Map. Go
    to Track tab and make sure Saved Traks is not set to OFF.

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