How can I split a route or concatenate fragments?

TrailRunner mini offers options to work with route fragments:

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Select a route and also select a range in the elevation chart. Then choose the command to trim the route to the selection in the chart.

Select a route and also select a location in the elevation chart. Then choose the command to split the route at the selection into two route fragments.

Select a route and choose the command to reverse the course direction. In other words to make the end point the new start.

Select two route fragments and choose the command to join the two fragments into one concatenated route.

Adjust starting point
Select a route, preferably a round trip, and select a location in the chart. Then choose the command to set the starting point of the round trip to the select position making the old start point a simple transit location on the course of the resulting route.

How can I edit an imported route

Problem: You have imported a course recording and want to edit the course.

Files imported in the format GPX, KML, TCX or FIT are typically recordings. These recordings are immutable in a way that they contain many recorded points with no logical connection to the OpenStreetMap network that underlies the TrailRunner mini routing editor.

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So when you try to edit such a route, TrailRunner mini gives you the option to create a routable approximation of the route by guessing good transit locations that resemble the original as much as possible. You can even choose to display the original recording as a background route to compare and make corrections to the approximation.

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If you prefer to retrace the imported route from scratch you may also mark the imported route as flagged and start creating a new route. Flagged routes are always visible in the background. Then manually place and move your transit pins as needed.

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