Can I import a gps-track (.gpx) on the webiste http://www.locusmap.eu so that I can visualize this track at the android-app?
Why do you want to import your gps-track (gpx-file) to the above mentioned website?
If you want to use a gps-track within the android app Locus Map you can import the file directly on your device into the Locus Map app.
I plan my tours including tracks in the best map of Switzerland in the map.geo.admin.ch, where I can save the gps-tracks. From there I would like to transfer these to locusmap, so that I have these available on the way. All this I want to do at home on the PC.
That's fine, then you only need to connect your phone to your computer and copy the gpx-files to your phone after you have finished your planning and then import the tracks Locus Map from the app.
What exactly is the issue?
Hi good morning
You asked for my issue. When I planned a alpin tour in for instance in http://www.gps-tracks.com I had my excellent map. gps-tracks.com is now into outdooractive integrated and no more a good deal. Therefor I changed on locusmap 😊But on locusmap the map is not www.map.geo.admin.ch Therefor I’m creating the track in map.geo.admin and transfer it into locusmap.
Now somthing else. Why do I get this warnings when I cklick on the german flag?
Best regards, Daniel
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Gesendet: Montag, 31. Dezember 2018 08:30
An: Daniel Tanner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Locus Map is just a mobile navigation application, it doesn't have its own website backend - Locusmap.eu is just Locus map promotion website. Nevertheless, you can use your routes made at www.map.geo.admin.ch in Locus Map app, just export them as GPX files and copy to your phone or, even better, to Locus Map directly. In Locus Map, you can use Swiss topo maps too, you just have to download them from Locus Store (within the app).
As for the warning - Locusmap.eu website uses just simple http:// protocol that is pushed by Google to become obsolete - therefore Chrome browser labels it with warning. There is no malware or other infection on it, don't worry.
So it seems, that your original request about importing GPS-Tracks (GPX-Files) to Locus Map is solved, right?
The other issue seems that the Google Chrome browser is a bit over otivated and that it reports an issue where there is non. In Firefox it works but in chrome I get the same message. Perhaps Menion or someone else from the team wants to comment on this topic?
Yes, we are planning to move all our websites on SSL secured HTTPS protocol soon.
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