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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    I think RG Map is way better than OSM map.
    maybe, but but im not scratching my head like you do.

    its like a bugger, stuck inside your nose. you keep picking with your finger until your nose bleeds. while me, i use nose buds, and out they go

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    I was just telling what I "think" and you came back to me in an aggressive way. That is just my opinion for the general public (no pun or any of that towards you), you can take it or not, up to you. You don't need to be sarcastic or anything.

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    Here is the 1.26 demo if somebody can make it to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dong1432 View Post
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    here ya go
    This works. Thank you for your kind heart dong1432. If it would not be asking too much, could you please also share with us the .jcv file (in the jcv folder in the Garmin folder) for the junction view feature to work? Maraming salamat ulit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPAQ2494 View Post
    Here is the 1.26 demo if somebody can make it to work.
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    nice, hope someone could make it work, thanks in advance

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    It's no problem to unlock the demo map and even send it to the GPSr but it will be without street search and routing(?) since those are not included in the demo.

    You need either a locked or unlocked contributors map which has the routing and search enabled already. That's why it took so long to even just get this 1.24 from 1.18 version because nobody shared the contributor's version from that timeframe, otherwise we would just unlock the demo every new release without waiting.

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    thanks dong. this map is great!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by dong1432 View Post
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    here ya go

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    Hi,
    I'm brandnew here and was very keen to get the contributor map. However, the thread is quite confusing.... What I did is, I followed post #20 and run roadguide.ph.124.part1.exe and then I run unlock mapset.exe afterwards. I did not change any TYP file but after I send the map to my Garmin device via Mapsource it seems to work fine, anyway Also searching streets is no problem. So I wonder, whether I missed out something...?? I also would love to know what roadguide.ph.124.part2.rar is for. Any advise is highly appreciated.
    Cheers,
    bamthwok

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamthwok View Post
    Hi,
    I'm brandnew here and was very keen to get the contributor map. However, the thread is quite confusing.... What I did is, I followed post #20 and run roadguide.ph.124.part1.exe and then I run unlock mapset.exe afterwards. I did not change any TYP file but after I send the map to my Garmin device via Mapsource it seems to work fine, anyway Also searching streets is no problem. So I wonder, whether I missed out something...?? I also would love to know what roadguide.ph.124.part2.rar is for. Any advise is highly appreciated.
    Cheers,
    bamthwok
    If you change the TYP you will get wider road views in the "View Map" section of your device.

    When the part2 rar file of roadguide.ph.124 is needed when you extract the part1 file. Actually, you could try extracting either of the two files and you will get the same result. Without the part1 or part2, Winrar will prompt you of the archive being corrupted or incomplete.

    Hope that helps

    @gambit123

    I've heard that the demo unit (I don't know what exact model of Garmin Nuvi) in Blade shows the map of the Philippines in 3D. I'm not sure what Philippines map they used but this device is Philippines edition only, IIRC that's the nuvi 1360? How did they have 3D maps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    If you change the TYP you will get wider road views in the "View Map" section of your device.
    Ok, got it. And it seemed to work fine. Just to reconfirm on how to run "GMapTool", I just have to load the file "12f6.TYP" from jklink\roadguide.ph folder , then select this file and the select "Change" and tick "Replace TYP" file. That's it, right?

    Cheers,
    bamthwok

 

 
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