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Hi. I'm fairly unexperienced in creating my own map with the powerful tool umap. I could import my gpx-data and could set some "Pins". However, my map wasn't finished and I stored it under "Favorite" in my web browser. Today I opened the favorite but unfortunately, the toolbar on the Right of the map window is missing. So I cannot work on my map. In this context I do have two Questions: 1. How can I re-activate the toolbar to edit my data/map? 2. Unfortunately, I did not Login to my osm account before I created my map. So, is there a chance to transfer my data/map to my account? I always stored the map, but fair to say I did not know the path where I can find my map. Hope you can help me. Thanks a lot. Chiao. Rainer

asked 06 Dec '19, 11:27

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To edit the map woithout login you need a secret editing link. You can search your browser history if it is still there. If not you can try contacting one of the maintainers of the umap sit you are using and ask them to reestablish access for you.

If you had that feature enabled you can also download the full map data, create a new map and import the saved data there.

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answered 06 Dec '19, 14:04

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