I would like to export my lowrance usr files into a format that I can edit
with some kind of simple text editor and then export that back to lowrance
usr. Of course CSV works but it loses the identifiers of tracks so I can't
export the usr back with tracks in it. Is there another format instead of
CSV that I should translate the usr into that a simple text editor can
manipulate that maintains the track identities?
From: Robert Lipe <robertlipe@gm...> - 2006-01-14 00:57:57
On 1/13/06, Don Lynn <nospam.don@...> wrote:
> I would like to export my lowrance usr files into a format that I can edi=
> with some kind of simple text editor and then export that back to lowranc=
GPX is very expressive and not terribly difficult to edit by hand. =20
Garmin PCX is kind of dead, but may be a reasonable starting place for
this, too and is more "CSV-ish"
We've seen very few "real" xsv track formats; that's one reason we
don't have facilities for handling them in our style plumbing.
From: Beverly Howard <Bev@BevHoward.com> - 2006-01-14 01:24:50
You might also take a look at GPSUtil http://www.gpsu.co.uk/
It sounds like it may do what you need, especially since it allows
direct download with easy editing inside of the GPSUtil interface of any
of the data fields including the id and comments field.
The freeware version will handle several hundred trackpoints but the
paid version has no limit.
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