Hello, I want to draw a bus route in my map, but I don't like the normal way where I need to add all the GeoPoints. I have my route in a gpx and it exists drawn in OpenStreetMap too. Could I draw it the other easier way?

Thanks a lot

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Did you already tried to parse the GPX and add the points to an overlay? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/16708071/draw-overlayways-with-mapsforge

(09 Jan '14, 09:40) iii

Yes, but there are a lot of points, I'm looking for a easier way. Thanks for your response

(09 Jan '14, 12:54) marioerro

Hmm but the amount of points shouldn't be a problem if Mapsforge itself uses spatial structures to organize the data you add to the layer. Also they should provide an begin/end update-methods so the redraw doesn't trigger while you add the data point by point ... (but I don't have any experience on this framework, sry)

(09 Jan '14, 14:55) iii
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