How can I add a trail that is missing on the map

Problem: TrailRunner mini uses the OpenStreetMap network create routes along the transit locations you set. But sometimes the OpenStreetMap data is not complete, misses a link between two paths or has wrong path attributes like planning along a seemingly public way though the way is private or blocked in reality. This may lead to strange routes being calculated by TrailRunner mini.

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Contribute: OpenStreetMap is like wikipedia for maps. Everyone can contribute, extend and correct the maps. There is a very convenient editor existing you may use to edit the open openStreetMap maps.

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After making changes to OpenStreetMap, it takes a couple of hours until your changes have have made it into the routing engine of TrailRunner mini. If that's not the case, remove the TrailRunner mini Cache from your hard-drive.

Alternatively you can build a local missing link by creating an off-road section within your planned route.



How can I reset the application cache

TrailRunner mini heavily caches most downloaded data for a couple of days. Should you need immediate updates or in other cases where you have problems with the cached data, you may reset the maps cache using the following command.
- Quit TrailRunner mini
- Start Terminal.app
- paste this line followed by pressing the return key:

    rm -rf ~/Library/Containers/com.berbie.trailrunnermini/Data/Library/Caches