>I'm not sure why you want to have multiple tracks in a file? The general design in TopoFusion is one track per file, for a number of reasons.
Got it. .... Now I know. Thanks.
>Now, if you're trying to draw a track incrementally, you can draw different pieces, saving to individual files, then use the profile/merge tool to connect them all together, in order, and then save as.. to a new file.
Sounds like the functional equivalent of my copying/pasting <trkSet> blocks. I'll give it a try.
Drawing a track incrementally is exactly what I am doing. However I can also readily envision multiple tracks in a single file. As I alluded to in the op, I'm aware that I am probably abusing (or at least mis-using) the product.
The product's power to me is in marshalling various types of maps - at no cost to the user - and tying them together via Lat/Long references. One can envision a number of uses in that context above and beyond recording a hike or bike ride.