Continuing a thread started on Yahoo.Original question was running from the command line.

/Applications/... isn't in your PATH. Either add it, or tell your shell to
run it in place if that's your current directory by giving an absolute or
full path, e.g. ./gpsbabel ... And what you're describing is probably
easy in the GUI. I would show you how easy, but the command you are trying
to run is definitely not reading or writing a Garmin device, so I can't
tell you the buttons to push.

OK, got rid of the gpsbabel not found error by changing bash profile.

But now nothing is happening. No errors; almost immediately get a new line after hitting Return. Here is the command again.

gpsbabel -i gpx -f "/Users/gscar/Documents/GPS-Maps-docs/Waypoints to import to 60CSx US only 2013.06.24.z.gpx" -x polygon,file="/Users/gscar/Documents/GPS-Maps-docs/GPSBabel Filters/US-CA filter.txt" -o gpx -F "/Users/gscar/Documents/GPS-Maps-docs/WayPoints USonly.y.gpx"

or simplified without long file names. Goal is to select only waypoints in US ( I used a crude polygon which is good enough for my purposes)

gpsbabel -i gpx -f "i.gpx" -x polygon,file="/Users/gscar/Documents/GPS-Maps-docs/GPSBabel Filters/US-CA filter.txt" -o gpx -F "o.gpx"

Another point: I seem to remember you could do this kind of thing with the GUI version once upon a time. In any case is it possible to do this now?

Thanks for any suggestions.
 
Greg