If you're just looking for the image to print, the easiest thing is to screenshot it.
Here's how that works in Windows:
You can use the browser F11 to get the most image on your screen, and then figure out how to "print screen". On my computer, I hold the Fn (function button), and then a button that has "Prt Sc" on it. Some keyboards have a print screen button that is stand alone and works just by pushing it.
That button saves the screen image on your clipboard.
Now open Paint, and either type "Cntl-V" to paste, or click the "Paste" button on the Paint "Home" menu. The image will appear, but you'll only see the top part of the image.
Now you need to crop it. Click "View", then the "Zoom Out" button until you can see all of the image you want to save. For me, it takes exactly one click of "Zoom Out."
Now click "Home" again, then click the button that is a dashed-line rectangle above the word "Select". (You can also pull down that Select menu for other options.) Then use the mouse to click and drag a rectangle around the area you want to save. Ideally, you don't want any of the window graphics or smaller boxes with text---you just want the image itself.
Now, with the area you want selected, click "Crop", and it will get rid of everything else.
(You can skip this step: I like to click "View", then 100% so I can see the image at full resolution before I save it.)
Finally, click "File", "Save As", and save the image. For printing you can do JPG or PNG. I believe PNG is lossless compression, unlike JPG which is adds noise. (I tend to use JPG because the files are smaller, but for this, I'd definitely do PNG. Other people might have more informed opinions than I have.)
This works best with enormous monitors with very high pixel count graphics settings. I'm probably going to get a 4K monitor primarily because of the screen shot resolution.
There is another option that might work, but it's really complicated, and I'm not sure it will work. If I can find time, I'll try it, and post about it.
And there is a third option, but I'll email the developer and see if he can add the Strava data to his software tool.
If lady00shalott or anyone else knows about GIS technical things, refer to this thread: https://www.attackpoint.org/discussionthread.jsp/m...