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    Default Correctly use Psuedo-NT and Locking with GMapTool and MapSetToolKit

    Can anyone layout the correct way to use Gmaptool and/or Mapsettoolkit to incorporate Psuedo-NT and Locking together.

    I am not sure which tool I need to use. I tried it with mapsettoolkit and routing is always disabled when I use both pseudo-NT and Locking. when I try to incorporate bother at one time.

    Any help would be great


    I'm Using gpsmapedit, cgpsmapper routable and I have bother Gmaptool and mapsettoolkit. I have a personal FID number from the author (cgpsmapper)

    This is what I have so for

    1. export .img file from gpsmapedit (cgpsmapper) with NT=Y and Locking = Y

    2 Import the .img file into GMAPTOOL

    3. In GMAPTOOL click OPTION TAB then (check boxes =Advanced option and experimental
    option)

    4. Click Join, check boxes = unlock code, FID, PID

    5. After outputing .img file now SPLIT file with GMAPTOOL for install with basecamp

    Is this correct???????????????????????????????/

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    Hi wesleybv,

    procedure goes like that:
    Save your map from GPSMapEdit as *.mp file. Compile this file with cGPSmapper. Alternatively export img form GPSMapEdit.
    Create *.pv control file file as described in cGPSmapper manual, chapter 9.
    Run cpreview.exe with pv file as an option.
    Compile preview map created by cpreview.
    Install your map using MapSetToolKit, use button "Install".
    See your map in BaseCamp.
    popej

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    Default cpreview pv.txt help

    appreciate any help here, I'm Pulling out my hair
    I am trying to execute my first pv.txt but i keep getting the following error


    C:\cGPSmapper>cpreview pv.txt
    ***************************************************************************
    cGPSMapper home page: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    ***************************************************************************
    Preview & index builder for cGPSmapper - 6.9

    Indexer compatible with cgpsmapper0100 version only.
    Codepage set to: 1252
    TDBProcessing: C:\cGPSmapper\34567890.img
    The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.
    4.25 s

    C:\cGPSmapper>

    I have attached a copy of my pv.txt
    my img file is in the folder C:\cgpsmapper\

    **************************************************************************
    map properties included below
    ; Generated by GPSMapEdit 2.1.78.8

    [IMG ID]
    CodePage=1252
    LblCoding=9
    ID=64424303
    Name=Home
    Preprocess=F
    TreSize=2000
    TreMargin=0.00000
    RgnLimit=1024
    POIIndex=Y
    POINumberFirst=N
    POIZipFirst=N
    Routing=Y
    LeftSideTraffic=Y
    Copyright=Copyright GPS
    CityName=tola
    CountryName=WestIndies
    DrawPriority=1
    FID=1881
    POIOnly=N
    ProductCode=1
    RegionID=0
    RegionName=SouthAmerica
    Levels=5
    Level0=24
    Level1=22
    Level2=20
    Level3=18
    Level4=16
    Zoom0=0
    Zoom1=1
    Zoom2=2
    Zoom3=3
    Zoom4=4
    [END-IMG ID]
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    Last edited by wesleybv; 13th December 2014 at 22:52.

 

 

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