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    Default 3590LMT - Tracks are not correct

    Hi,

    i recognize that sometimes the tracks (where i am ?) are correct, sometimes they are too short.....?!?

    Bug or feature?

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    Ralph

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    oups...Firmware is 7.10...........

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    How is old "too short..."? May be part of it went to archive?
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    1 or 2 days.......

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    Garmin show on screen only current track (current.gpx). It is about 1000 km (1-2 Mb of file size). After this file reach size what a defined by the SW the current track file write to folder Archive and clear after that. Only new file and new data from current.gpx will be record and show on screen. Files from folder Archive you may open and see in Garmin software.
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    you can open it in opensky or in the simulation mode

 

 

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