I am planning on riding the eastern TAT from around Deals Gap to the AR/OK line this fall and I am new to using tracks and track software for navigation. After trying several others, I found Osmand and installed it on my Nexus 7 Android tablet and generally like it a lot. But I have not been able to resolve a couple of issues that need to be resolved. I hope one of you more experienced users can help me. I am using gpsKevin’s 2016 gpx file that includes the track I need to follow and alternative ways to go when there is an easier of harder option available (these optional tracks are color coded blue for the main route, green for easier route or red for those who want a thrill). The gpx file also contains waypoints that are used to show various POIs like places where you can find gas, food or lodging. Problem #1: When I load the gpx file into Osmand, I get the full route including all “workaround” secondary routing options but they are all color coded red rather than red, blue and green for difficulty. Can this be fixed? If so, how? Problem #2: The second thing is the waypoints show up as red “Texaco Stars” rather than showing up using the symbols that show for food, lodging or gas when the same file is viewed in MapSource. Sure you can tap on them and see what they are but then you end up with one of those large ugly orange teardrops on your route that are a PITA to remove. The original author of the route had nice symbols that let you know at a glance what each marker way. Is there anyway I can get his markers to show up in Osmand? I have looked at every setting in Osmand and have not been able to find a way to solve these two problems. If one of you has a solution for them, I’d be greatly appreciative.