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    Quote Originally Posted by Cnfhbr View Post
    If you've mastered full well the creation of maps by dint of GPSMapEdit + cGPSmapper, you'd better try a chain: GPSMapEdit + [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] + [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (IMHO)
    Cnfhbr, at the present moment I thinking more about some other software platform to build my maps, instead of Garmin. If someone wants to make personal legal proprietary maps with locked (protected from export) data and expiry period there are good quite affordable legal software solutions for this. For instance, CarryMap by DataEast (this is not advertisement). For a very affordable price one can legally produce executable map files with locked and protected data with expiry date set for many mobile OS. And the technology to build these maps is much simpler than that for Garmin img ( GPSMapEdit + mp2shp + MPC, etc.).. I just go ArcGIS->CarryMap with all louts, topologies preserved. Of course CarryMap maps are simpler than Garmin (no routing, no 3d..).

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    Mapwel 2012, Build 8.9
    Enhancements and fixes:
    - Fix to downloader tool (connection to new OpenStreetMap servers).
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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Enhancements and fixes:
    - Support of nuvi 34xx, 25xx, eTrex 20/30 and other new units;
    - Mapwel and MapUpload compiled in new environment - intermediate step to native 64-bit version in a near future;
    - Fix to various problems caused by user logged not as administrator;
    - Added Hungarian EOV projection and HD72 datum.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Enhancements and fixes:
    - Fix to various problems introduced in version 9.0 by move to the new development environment;
    - New tutorial in help files and PDF manual: How to create a roundabout.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Enhancements and fixes:
    - Fix to various problems introduced by move to the new development environment;
    - Faster identification of old Nuvis.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Enhancements and fixes:
    -Fix to problem with reading GPS ID and registration.

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    Can mapwell convert klm or kmz files to img files .

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    Quote Originally Posted by rth741 View Post
    Can mapwell convert klm or kmz files to img files .
    Main menu > Image > Import Calibrated Image from KML or KMZ File > Automatic Vectorization (to *.img format) > Send map from Mapwel to GPS.

    Technical notes:

    Number of auto-vectorized maps can be loaded into GPS at once. Auto-vectorized maps can be exported into IMG format and combined with any other GPS maps. Current version of Mapwel software supports max. 86 colors for autovectorization.

    Assign different Map Set Data to all auto-vectorized maps you create. This ensures displaying of map with correct colors in the GPS. GPS uses the same color palette for all maps in a map set. Therefore, maps with different palettes are not displayed correctly if they have the same Map Set Data.

    Warning: you have to set map detail in GPS to 'Most' (default value is 'Normal') to see autovectorized map in full detail. Otherwise, only a large colored squares are visible. Autovectorized map is supposed to be rendered in full detail at zoom 800 m and closer.

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    I have created a (kmz) card with mapwel but the result was not good.The text was not clear. I will retest with other optons.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Enhancements and fixes:
    - Fix to problem with import of OziExplorer calibrated map with UTM grid, southern hemisphere;
    - Enhancement to export of map into KML format. Export of user-defined color of polygons and polylines;
    - Fix to import of POIs and map features from MP files.

 

 
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