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    Screenshot from GPSMAP 421s - map series 23 is working for vector and raster data but default map series 36 is showing only vector on all level:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    Screenshot from GPSMAP 421s - map series 23 is working for vector and raster data but default map series 36 is showing only vector on all level
    Have you tried the same thing, but with the MapSeries set to 29 or 31?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cnfhbr View Post
    Have you tried the same thing, but with the MapSeries set to 29 or 31?
    I do not remember all tested numbers, but probably all numbers below 35 work fine. Only 36 was cause for problem with raster. 23 was choosing due to the same serie for vektor level above raster...
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    Ups! No problem with HomePort!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    Screenshot from GPSMAP 421s - map series 23 is working for vector and raster data but default map series 36 is showing only vector on all level:
    I do not understand, but I combine a vector is map series 23 and a raster is map series 36 - both layers be showed on own's level properly.

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    Cnfhbr has found out why the maps made with jnx2img were not displayed in Monterra.
    I've changed the converter accordingly, and it seems that maps work correctly, at least in Monterra and GPSMAP 62.

    The updated converter can be downloaded from the link in the first message of this thread.

    Giomen, could you please check if the maps made with the new version of jnx2img show up correctly in chartplotter?

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    Where do you download JNX files?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 555 View Post
    Where do you download JNX files?
    I am using this program with purchased license:

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    This program convert any available images to JNX without any problem.
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    Default and the inverse : converting raster IMG to JNX

    Gps receiver can superpose several products, but not BaseCamp on desktop.
    Now we have maps like TOPOSwiss_v4 and v3 with one family ID for raster img, and vector img with another FID.
    A solution to superpose vector layer on raster would be to convert raster img to JNX.
    How to proceed for converting raster IMG to JNX ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweatsoon View Post
    Gps receiver can superpose several products, but not BaseCamp on desktop.
    Now we have maps like TOPOSwiss_v4 and v3 with one family ID for raster img, and vector img with another FID.
    A solution to superpose vector layer on raster would be to convert raster img to JNX.
    How to proceed for converting raster IMG to JNX ?
    I combine my vector map and raster (JNX) to total mapset with certain FID and I have no problem!
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