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    Full Contributor's version 1.24

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airionfoo View Post
    Full Contributor's version 1.24

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    sausage file works perfect, the address search is fully functional, credits to sir sausage

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    thank you but i got a bit lost going to slex from edsa southbound, it told me to keep left while approaching magallanes interchange but i ended up just crossing slex into edsa/tramo area totally missing the turn off into slex.

    you can simulate this because i maybe wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airionfoo View Post
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    This looks like it is different from the one shared in the first post. I can tell because in the first post, the interior roads in the subdivision where I live is shown. In the above post, the road is not there.

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    same experience. sometimes I also find the car icon floating off the road. maybe I'll just go back to the initial 1.24 map. thanks again!
    Last edited by buhay; 6th June 2011 at 18:24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uvax View Post
    This looks like it is different from the one shared in the first post. I can tell because in the first post, the interior roads in the subdivision where I live is shown. In the above post, the road is not there.
    Have you tried zooming in or adjusting the map detail level..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cagey View Post
    Have you tried zooming in or adjusting the map detail level..?
    Yep. I did. The roads are not there. Looks to me like this is an earlier version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Thanks , it works fine- we respect contributors and their work

    Instructions : how to unlock it in Mapsource-
    Unrar.Install clicking on roadguide.ph.124.part1.exe.
    Go to C:\jklinc\ Roadguide, copy in it this tool (unlock mapset)
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    run it, map will be unlocked in Mapsource-
    Before sending to your gps change typ as said in post 9 and 18

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    Is this already the best way to unlock the original Mapsource Philippines Contributor's Map version 1.24? With this procedure, everything will work as it should be without narrow streets, working address search, etc.?

    And how do you exactly use GMapTool in changing the TYP file? I already installed the software and have the jklinch/roadguide.ph unlocked already but I don't know how to operate the software itself. There's a .typ file already included with the 1.24 mapset download, is that different from the one in post # 9?
    Last edited by kevindd992002; 7th June 2011 at 15:01.

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    Comparison between Garmin's own City Navigator® Southeast Asia NT (v6.5) and Roadguide.ph's contributor version (v1.25)

    Cagayan de Oro City

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    Cebu City

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    Roadguide.ph

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    Davao City

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    Roadguide.ph

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    Makati City

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    Roadguide.ph

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    Quezon City

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    Roadguide.ph

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    Last edited by warfab; 7th June 2011 at 16:32.

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    @warfab
    can you post the roadguide's 1.25 contributors version?

 

 
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