Edit Track Type Dialog
By defining a track type, you can control the way tracks are displayed on the map.
- Enter a name for this category of tracks. Choose a short name that describes the real-world object that this category represents.
- As you change Map Display settings, the Sample pane will show a preview of how the track will look on the map.
The controls in the Line Style section change the appearance of the lines connecting track waypoints on the map.
- Choose a pattern for the line.
- To allow some map detail to show through behind a wide line, set the opacity lower.
- Choose the main color for the line.
- Enter a width for the line.
- Adding a border to a wide line can help the track stand out on the map.
The controls in the Fill section change the interior of closed tracks on the map.
- Choose a pattern for the closed track's interior. Choosing a pattern other than None will create a closed track and the interior of the track will be filled with the selected pattern.
- To allow some map detail to show through behind the closed track, set the opacity lower.
- Choose the color for the closed track's interior.
The controls in the Text section change the appearance of the track's label on the map.
- To prevent the map from getting cluttered, ExpertGPS makes track labels smaller as you zoom out. The labels of tracks with a higher Importance will be larger on the map, and will continue to be displayed as the map is zoomed further out. If you want ExpertGPS to always display the track label at the same size, regardless of map scale, select an Importance of 0.
- Choose between a serif and non-serif font for the track label on the map.
- To display all labels in capital letters, choose Uppercase.
- Use Italic for lakes and rivers, or Bold text to make your label stand out.
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