GPX-line gradient coloring depending on steepness

NL ms shared this idea 8 months ago
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Gpx-line gradient coloring depending on steepness. The steeper the redder.


Use case: to estimate the difficulty of a track (and the amount of time it may take to hike the distance), it would be nice to have a quick glance at the color gradient of the gpx line. A lot of red would indicate that it could be a very intensive track.

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Hello,

coloring is already implemented in Locus.

See the manual: https://docs.locusmap.app/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:management#coloring_mode
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Or did you mean something different?


Zdenek, Locus team

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Damn! :) How did I miss that!


Thanks for showing me how to enable it! It's awesome!


I'm a very satisfied locusmap user! Thanks for all the great work you all do!

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Missed that too, excellent feature that may be too buried away. Works great on my recorded tracks for some dynamic data types like altitude, slope but how do I get it to show heart rate, for example, I do monitor my heart rate while recording tracks via a Garmin watch linked into locus, there is a setting somewhere that is something like, "save data from all sensors". would this need to be enabled?

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