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 Anyone found a nice editor for the nuvi .GPX file?

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bruceb123 Posted - 27 août 2006 : 17:38:10
Update by GpsPasSion : best tool so far is XML Marker, details >> here <<


Has anyone found a clean, simple editor for the nuvi GPX file? I've been using a text editor on this XML file (http://www.geocities.com/ugoltsev/XmlWin/index.html) and that works OK but I'd really like to get all my waypoints into a table and be able to sort on a field, do multiple selects and edits and so forth, similar to the MapSource editor but without the enormous footprint of the MapSource "environment." I've tried EasyGPS but when saving the file it adds garbage (useless extensions) and appends two digits to the latitude and longitude of each waypoint. I also tried GPSBabel to go from GPX to CSV (and use Excel to edit the CSV) but GPSBabel discards the line feed character that the nuvi uses for it's orderly display of addresses and phone numbers. With the popularity of the nuvi, it seems SOMEBODY by now would have developed a simple, clean, dedicated nuvi GPX editor. By the way, I've had this 350 for 2 weeks now. I love it, and so far it's been flawless in all temperatures, power modes and on-off procedures.
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turboccc Posted - 15 mai 2011 : 23:57:01
I do not think Elevation is stored in the Favorites. That may explain why it disappears.
beddows Posted - 15 mai 2011 : 19:52:48
Nuvi 855
GPS_Guy Posted - 15 mai 2011 : 19:31:32
quote:
Originally posted by beddows

One thing I have noticed about it is that elevation info mysteriously disappears at times. Never been able to figure why that happens. Not a big deal. This is still the best editor I have seen.

You mean from your favorite? I guess I didn't realize that a favorite had an elevation associated with it. What model GPS do you have?
beddows Posted - 15 mai 2011 : 19:17:39
One thing I have noticed about it is that elevation info mysteriously disappears at times. Never been able to figure why that happens. Not a big deal. This is still the best editor I have seen.
GPS_Guy Posted - 15 mai 2011 : 19:00:15
I first used this program for a Nuvi 200W. That unit took a dump recently, the screen started to get white lines across it every other pixel, and eventually washed out completely. So I got a new unit yesterday, a 1450T. Not only does the unit kick butt IMO, but this POI editor works on it too. No problems at all.

It amazes me that Garmin hasn't come out with an editor for the favorites that isn't a complete piece of s***. I've tried the one from their site, and I'm not even sure what it was doing.

Anyway, thanks again for making such a bad ass editor.
turboccc Posted - 30 nov. 2010 : 02:01:08
Sorry for the mistake. I make more programs for my GPS than I play with it. LOL!
THung Posted - 29 nov. 2010 : 06:13:09
Also available for 7x5 series
NanaimoRick Posted - 27 nov. 2010 : 03:09:15
quote:
Originally posted by turboccc


1) You cannot delete any of the Favorites POI, except directly on the GPS. No error there. Deleting them from Current.gpx or from EPE will not do anything. You have to delete them manually one by one on your GPS. Garmin made sure to block users from doing this by mistake.



One small correction - you don't really need to manually delete favorites "one by one" from some Nuvi's. There is also an option to delete them all at once on at least the 37xx, 1xxx models.
turboccc Posted - 27 nov. 2010 : 00:55:20
Hi GPS_Guy,

Thanks! Glad you like it!

1) You cannot delete any of the Favorites POI, except directly on the GPS. No error there. Deleting them from Current.gpx or from EPE will not do anything. You have to delete them manually one by one on your GPS. Garmin made sure to block users from doing this by mistake.

2) You can save your GPX as a CSV (or XLS) file. You will have one row per POI and you can specify what you want in the columns by using the M-Column Assignment under the Options menu.

Turbo
THung Posted - 24 nov. 2010 : 07:05:32
The favorites generated by Poi Editor are imported in your "current.gpx" file. Here you can delete them
GPS_Guy Posted - 23 nov. 2010 : 07:28:55
quote:
Originally posted by turboccc

I just posted a new version of Extra_POI_Editor v4.84. I strongly recommend to update to the latest version. You can find the latest version here:

http://turboccc.wikispaces.com/Extra_POI_Editor#Extra_POI_Editor-Download

Turbo


Hey Turbo, your program kicks butt!!!

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added.

The only two things I can't make happen are;

1) If I delete a file with your program, it doesn't actually delete it from the favorites list in the GPS. Am I doing something wrong?

2) Is there a way to view all of the saved locations/favorites in a list format where than can be edited? Double clicking a location and opening the window to edit each sites specific information is very handy, but a little cumbersome.

Two thumbs up on the editor!!!
beddows Posted - 01 sept. 2010 : 02:34:42
Dumb me, I see that now
turboccc Posted - 01 sept. 2010 : 00:35:56
Ahhhhh! To include the email column, just select M-Column Assignmnent in the Preferences. You can setup up to 24 columns. Then, save As "M-Column CSV" in the file type.

Turbo
beddows Posted - 31 août 2010 : 17:30:39
NO, an email column does not show up in the CSV file in excel. No characters are truncated, the column simply is not there. The only reason I care is that I want to split a file into sub files with the States as subcategories. Best way to accomplish this was, I figured was to sort by state then cut & copy each section into mew CSV files & re-import. Only problem is all the emails are missing.
turboccc Posted - 31 août 2010 : 14:21:53
@beddows,

Dunno, but I'll check. Do you know after how many characters it clips? What do you put in this field? Only email/link info or a lot of text with CRLF?

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