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A-B-C-A to B-C-A-B

Started by : Dave Johnson on 26/02/12

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Photo View Member Profile Dave JohnsonView Member Profile Member since September 2010 Posted 9 years ago
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Hi John.

It occurred to me later that I could save a copy of the route, and then (using my A-B-C-A example) delete A-B from the start of one copy and B-C-A from the other, then merge them back together...

I think yours is easier though!

Thanks.

 
Photo John at GRGView Member Profile Member since February 2006 Posted 9 years ago
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Hi Dave,

I think the easiest way without having to plot lots of new points manually is to select Repeat Whole Route so that the route goes around the circuit twice, then select the range of points from the old start to the new one on the second circuit and delete those (using Delete Section of Route), then select the range of points from new start point on the second circuit to the end and delete those.

John

 
Photo View Member Profile Dave JohnsonView Member Profile Member since September 2010 Posted 9 years ago
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What's the best way?

Do I have to delete a section between the existing start and the new start, then replace the deleted section on the end?

e.g. if the route is A-B-C-A, and I want it to start and finish at B, delete A-B from the start, then add A-B to the end.

Or is there an easier way?

Thanks!

 
   
 
 
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