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when viewing GPX traces in potlatch2, they are drawn underneath the roads, which makes them hard to see or find. is there a way to draw them on top of the roads to see them better?

asked 12 Oct '14, 00:41

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Press "D" to dim the map display. This will make the background layers (e.g. GPS) and imagery (e.g. Bing) show up more clearly. Press "D" again to get back to normal.

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answered 13 Oct '14, 20:40

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When editing with Potlatch2 you could try changing the map stylealt text to wireframe and/or setting the background to none that may help. But I don't know of any way to change the GPXes to the top layer.

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answered 12 Oct '14, 08:43

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edited 12 Oct '14, 08:53


I pretty much always use the wireframe style for checking when GPX traces aren't clear.

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