Thanks for the link. Still searching for the code specific to USGS maps (especially to remove maps collars).
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Quote from: "mark03"So the whole thing is done using open-source tools, and best of all, it's entirely at the command line--no GUIs. Scriptable FTWI'm trying to process the tracks from my last summer vacation in Soutwest USA and I need to re-process the USGS maps I had stichted using various tools (including Maptiler and Mobac). As I'm also a Python user, I'm interested in the scripts that seems to automate this process. Is there any chance that they could be shared, in an open source spirit?
Quote from: "menion"let me know, what else is "needed"While you're at it...
Quote from: "kerenoc"It would also be great if that Locus popup windows was available once in the cache description tabs (in the companion application). For example, to go smoothlessly from the waypoint list to a cache description then to the cache location on the map.What about a menu item to go directly to the map view centered on the cache, in the menu where one can choose either compass, guidance activation or navigation?
Quote from: "menion"If you can generate for me some sample and send me some exported directory together with GPX file containing cache data, it will be more then welcomeHere is a zip archive of the directory generated by SpoilerSync
Quote from: "menion"SpoilerSync only do some directory structure that contain images for caches right?