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    I have made numerous efforts to change the display behavior of mountain peak (summit) POI icons in Mobile XT 5.00.20w on my HTC Touch Diamond 2 (480 x 800 pixel, Windows Mobile 6.5), to no avail.

    The only way to get the POI icons (and the associated labels) displayed is to search for the mountain peak under 'Where to?' (to create a route to the peak) and then tap the 'checkered flag' route endpoint.
    Then the POI icon (and the associated label) is displayed, and it is displayed independently of the zoom level (i.e., no difference, when I go from the 3 km to the 120 m zoom level).
    This occurs with both, the Transalpin 2012 and the Austria v3 topo maps, and my attempts to influence this behavior by changing the POI's DrawOrder with TYPViewer v4.0.8 had no effect.

    What I am trying to achieve is that the mountain peak POI icons are displayed from a certain zoom level on (ideally from the 300 m level on), so that (when browsing the map in Mobile XT 5.00.20w) I can tap on a peak's POI icon to get its label (usually its name) displayed.
    I expected to achieve this by changing the POI's DrawOrder with TYPViewer v4.0.8 (and then use GmapTool to get the modified TYP into the IMG file).

    Why does changing a POI's DrawOrder not influence its display behavior in the Transalpin 2012 and the Austria v3 topo maps?
    If a POI's DrawOrder does not influence its display behavior (in these topo maps), what does control its display behavior?

    PS: I am posting this in the threads for both topo maps, and in some additional threads (in an attempt to increase the chances that someone with the necessary knowledge will see it).
    Oregon 450 and Mobile XT 5.00.20w on WM 6.5

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    You can't assign a draworder to a Point or Polyline, only Polygons have a draworder.
    In most GPSr's you can change the zoomlevel from which you want to see Points and Polyline-labels on your map.

    I don't remember if this can be done in Mobile XT too, it's years ago that I used it. Garmin stopped its development fairly early and I gave up using it because I didn't really like this 'unfinished Windows Mobile project'.
    Nüvi 2595 / 60CSx / 62s / Oregon 600

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapperoni View Post
    You can't assign a draworder to a Point or Polyline, only Polygons have a draworder.
    In most GPSr's you can change the zoomlevel from which you want to see Points and Polyline-labels on your map.

    I don't remember if this can be done in Mobile XT too, it's years ago that I used it. Garmin stopped its development fairly early and I gave up using it because I didn't really like this 'unfinished Windows Mobile project'.
    anyway it is good symbian release

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    A complete list of all Active Routes for hikers and bikers can be downloaded here:

    TransAlpin 2012 Pro:
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    Topo Deutschland 2012 Pro:
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    Nüvi 2595 / 60CSx / 62s / Oregon 600

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    Garmin TransAlpin 2012 Pro, (IMG, unlocked)

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    it needs registration.

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    Has anybody got the new version (V4)?

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    New release is out: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]



 

 
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