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    Try this one.
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    I've unlocked the "untouched" image with gimgunlock before processing it.

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    This is great!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by rebelneo View Post
    My loader for GPSmapedit 2.0.77.1 open locked garmin maps !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunix View Post
    @testlelelala
    Also don't forget about rebelneo's loader It makes the latest mapedit version read pseudo-NT without conversion.
    Yes, very usefull, hope he can update it for future gpsmapedit versions.
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    What are you doing at your work? I'm just curious...
    I'm doing my thesis in physics, and needed to process a lot of experimental data, so i have to automate the process.
    In fact it is not a really a work as i don't get paid for it.
    Right now my work is teaching math at the university.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cnfhbr View Post
    No, this is not the case, because the repackaging of subfiles is not the main in the real-NT format. Unknown bitstream compression algorithm - that's the main thing.
    Ahhh, that make more sense.
    Well, at least pseudo-nt will definitely work, because when they are converted they become regular non-nt maps.
    (or is it that pseudo-nt already works in old GPS garmin units?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunix View Post
    Try this one.
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    I've unlocked the "untouched" image with gimgunlock before processing it.
    Just loaded it to a CF card and the 2710 displays the map info correctly on start-up as "ity Navigator Australia & New Zealand NT 2014.20 -" [did you leave the 'C' off on purpose ,kunix? lol] but then the detail map is not shown on the screen, only the built-in basemap is visible indoors with GPS off. I'll let it acquire sats soon anyway, but that wont change anything.

    Quote Originally Posted by testlelelala View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cnfhbr View Post
    No, this is not the case, because the repackaging of subfiles is not the main in the real-NT format. Unknown bitstream compression algorithm - that's the main thing.
    Ahhh, that make more sense. .......
    And is disconcerting ....
    Well, at least pseudo-nt will definitely work, because when they are converted they become regular non-nt maps.
    (or is it that pseudo-nt already works in old GPS garmin units?)
    I know practically nothing about map making, but is it correct that pseudo-NT [quasi-NT] are non-NT? I think that only NT capable devices can use pseudo-NT maps surely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    did you leave the 'C' off on purpose ,kunix? lol
    When joining the subfiles with GMapTool, I've added " - LITE" to the mapset name, which was too many, so GMapTool truncated the string.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    And is disconcerting ....
    Well, it was expected. You know, new bitstream formats, etc.
    Wanna try pseudo-NT maps? They look like regular NT, but have "map created with cgpsmapper" string somewhere in copyrights in GMapTool's dump.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    I know practically nothing about map making, but is it correct that pseudo-NT [quasi-NT] are non-NT? I think that only NT capable devices can use pseudo-NT maps surely.
    In pseudo-NT and NT maps data is stored inside GMP subfiles, unlike non-NT maps, where old good map subfiles are present separately (RGN, LBL, NET, ...).
    The difference between pseudo-NT and NT is how the map data is encoded: NT uses new encoding which is unknown to old devices, pseudo-NT uses old encoding.
    We can read pseudo-NT with mapedit, but we can't read NT (only points without addresses are loaded).

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    Thanks, i was joking about the 'ity' map [ity-bity, eng slang for tiny].

    I'd already tried a pseudo/quasi-NT map made from GMapTool in the 2710 previously, no go. Maybe i didn't do it right, here's what i did:
    Enable 'Experimental Option' under Options tab > Under Join tab check 'Convert to quasi-NT Format', fill 'Output file' & 'Mapset name' fields then press 'Join all'. Is that correct?
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    Neil
    No, converting to pseudo-NT was a bad idea, as old devices don't know anything about GMP subfiles. It is the opposite that we need to do, eliminating GMP subfiles.
    However, now we can take your pseudo-NT map and convert to non-NT (more precisely, "GMP-free") with process-gmp.
    It should work if the original map was non-NT (well, I guess it was, otherwise "convert to quais-NT Format" wouldn't work).

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    Could be i'm losing the plot, but really what's the point in taking a non-NT map [which is native to the device] and converting it to pseudo-NT, then making it 'GMP-free'. Even if the end product can be read, it still has the old mapping data from the original Non-NT map ....... am i missing something?
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    This time it's just a test. But if it's successful, you would be able to use pseudo-NT maps on your device after process-gmp-ing.
    Probably it's not that important for you, but some people have good pseudo-NT maps in their countries.

 

 
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