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    Default CompeGPS RMAP to Garmin

    Hi,

    I was wondering if there is an easier or better way to convert CompeGps .RMAPS to use in a Garmin gps.
    The only way I have been able to do this is firstly save the .RMAP as a .Tiff image then using OziExplorer load and calibrate the .Tiff and save as a .Map file and finaly using MAPC2MAPC convert it to a .kmz


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    Search after OziMapTrans

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    you can use Mapwell to vectorize .kmz to .img
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    Do MAPC2MAPC not read CompeGPS RMAP to Garmin (JNX) directly?
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