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    i've 3790/3490 with NTU 2013.21. I must use FULL or can use little MMR file? thanks

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    Little/small is OK

    The full Cx consists of NT + MMR

    Small CX only MMR . You ,NT, already with the CNNT 2013.21

    Ciaociao,giuseppe

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    i've copy only MMR in Map folder with unl. In pedestrian mode now is write "powered by cityxplore" but when i try it in simulation mode, calcolate stop at 99% . I've try in Venice and Rome. I think that problem is because MMR is for NT map and i've NTU map and i must use full cityxplorer. It's right?

    ciaociao "Roger"!!!

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    Yes,cityxplorer map are made with NT version, if you have NTU in your Nuvi, you must use full map
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    I can just feel myself on 2595

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    I've no problem with full Cx and NTU map ,it calculates route with public transports in few seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    I've no problem with full Cx and NTU map ,it calculates route with public transports in few seconds.
    Ummhh....

    Ho provato anch'io sul 2595 con la NTU e la CX small: niente trasporti pubblici ma solo pedonale
    Ho installato ROMA NT e i trasporti pubblici funzionano


    I've tried the 2595 with the NTU and the CX small: no public transport but only for pedestrians
    I installed ROME NT and public transport work


    I will do other tests

    Bye,bye

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    CXs are always tricky Set position in the city and it will work
    NTU + small CX wont work.
    It cant work coz with MMR file you add EPM to your existing NT map, if you dont have NT it cant work, it's like you would like to use a part of a map without having that map .
    Edit:
    Check the Full CX map with gmaptool, you'll see the subfiles inside, MMR are just a part of the map, other files are present in CNEU NT map, so useless to have them twice, but if you have NTU, you dont have these files coz in NTU are different,so must load the full CX map with all the subfiles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    NTU + small CX wont work.
    This is a truth: the main reason for the failure of CX with Maps NTU is the different MapID, 2694 for NT, 2695 for NTU

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireFox58 View Post
    This is a truth: the main reason for the failure of CX with Maps NTU is the different MapID, 2694 for NT, 2695 for NTU

    I think it is not so. The FID misses for nothing.

    If you have an NT 2013.10 NY, we run a CX NY 2013.20 only MMR, even if the FID is another


    The problem is that the map file NTU MMR built for the NT is not processed

    Bye,bye

    PS: however, I reserve further evidence...stay tuned
    Last edited by Roger; 20th September 2012 at 22:16.

 

 
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