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post #11 of 15 Old 06-18-2017, 01:31 PM
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Does it not let you delete individual items by selecting them, which Im assuming your trying to do?
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Did you get it figured out, Dan?
Got it ! thanks..

Some of the places I ride every week were getting a very thick light blue line... I don't use the GPS as much as I used to but it's still nice to have in what would be an empty space.

You would think that manufactures / Garmin would watch customers in a user group atmosphere try to do simple tasks with their product and make them more user friendly ! Thanks for all of the help..
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Does it not let you delete individual items by selecting them, which Im assuming your trying to do?
It's been a while since I played with it... but yes I think you could delete individual items. But you eventually get hundreds of tracks and deleting them line by line is just too much. But if you select them all, it also erases your recently visited places.

The way I get around this is that if I have a recently visited place I want to store, you have to do it immediately and put it in your saved places.

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About once a month or so, I copy my current trip log to my desktop and import it into basecamp. They take up very little space, and I always have them, should I want to convert a ride into a trip.

After copying, I then clear the trip log in the Garmin.
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I think you could delete individual items. But you eventually get hundreds of tracks and deleting them line by line is just too much.
Just need to go for longer rides... Each power cycle is a new blue line...
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