Can I draw a track on the map with my mouse then get details of how far it is? And then maybe export it to my gps?

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answered 28 Mar '11, 23:38

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Yes, you could do this in JOSM, there is a plugin (measurement) that does this kind of task, and JOSM also allows you to convert osm-data to gpx. I am not sure how precise this measurement is though. If you need reliable data, using a GIS program like QGis might be a better alternative.

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