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removing the lines between loactions

Travel Forums System Talk removing the lines between loactions

1. Posted by alanakf (First Time Poster, 1 posts) 11 Sep '13 18:33

alanakf has indicated that this thread is about New York

Just wondering if you can remove the travel lines between each location on a map?
I am just wanting the map to show the locations on it, rather than the distances/routes between each place.
Can they be removed? And if so, How?

2. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin, 5579 posts) 12 Sep '13 00:12

I'm afraid this isn't an option within one trip, though you could create multiple trips and give each just one stop. Theoretically, if there was an option to set a transparent line, this would be possible or at least appear to be the case. I'll ask Pete how hard that is to add to the line colour picker that already is there.

3. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin, 5579 posts) 12 Sep '13 00:26

Okay, I got a quick reply. It's not possible, as stops would then also end up transparent :) There's a TON of other systems which do just stop mapping, whereas our system is built around the concept of trips, and thus the travelling from one to the other. Sorry :(

4. Posted by Sandalsand (Respected Member, 45 posts) 13 Sep '13 01:17

Of the "TON of other systems" I have relied on Google Maps for the same purpose. I made a map of my visited World Heritage Sites here on Travellerspoint, including lines between them. (The lines are of course fake, and disturbes the stats of my overall travelling distance.) In any case I exported the TP map and imported it into my Google Maps profile. There I removed the lines with only the site pins remaining.

It ended up quite neat, I think.

5. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin, 5579 posts) 13 Sep '13 02:19

Quoting Sandalsand

Of the "TON of other systems" I have relied on Google Maps for the same purpose. I made a map of my visited World Heritage Sites here on Travellerspoint, including lines between them. (The lines are of course fake, and disturbes the stats of my overall travelling distance.) In any case I exported the TP map and imported it into my Google Maps profile. There I removed the lines with only the site pins remaining.

It ended up quite neat, I think.

That is neat indeed! Forgot to mention the export system, but yes, it's perfect for this!