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    Default GPSMAP 64st - Decrease size of navigation line

    Hi!

    Is there any way of decreasing the size of the navigation line (especially in using driving profile). The purple line are thicker than the roads itself which makes navigation quite tricky. Anyone having the same problem or know how to change this?

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    I think that maaacus is trying to make the line between waypoints of a route thinner. As far as I know it is not possible to change that with typ-ing since it is not a part of the map but rather something that is in the firmware of the unit rather. or am i wrong? I would also love to have the purple lines less significant since it as maaacus say can cover the road.
    One workaround is to place the waypoints in a way that the lines does not cover roads but it is easier said than done...

 

 

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