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    Quote Originally Posted by mythoss View Post
    No i see this..
    Did you set map detail level to highest? It looks like you use medium level.
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    Yes that's work.... Once again thank you..

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    Thats what i got..Set too maximum Detail,activity> Hiking,500m scale,looks like iam allright runing the img.from USB stick
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    Thank you for the map. It works great on my old Astro 220. Is is possible to have the same map with greek characters (for my new Astro 320)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiTroGenious View Post
    Is is possible to have the same map with greek characters (for my new Astro 320)?
    This map is only with Latin characters....
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    Thank you for your answer. So, the latest Greek character maps are Anavasi 5.38 (that's the newest I could find) and TopoDrive 2013A, right?

    Sorry for the off-topic.

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    I keep a full backup with all versions of TopoNavigator 4, 5 & 6 and in my archives i couldn't find version 5.38.

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    Version 5.11 was the first release of TopoNavigator 5 with Setup file and serials to install it and all the other files where updates untill 5.59 which was the last one. Am i missing version 5.38 ? Anyway, as long as i remember TopoNavigator had Latin characters. Only AutoDrive Hellas & TopoDrive Hellas have two versions, one with Greek & one with Latin characters.

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    I was talking about Anavasi 5.38, the one you have posted in the set: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    Anyway, thanks again for your answers. But, I'd like not to continue an off-topic discussion.

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    I have to apologize about nersion 5.38, yes there is such version which seems to be missing form my archives and my memory and no Anavasi 5.38 isn't in Greek language. Let me explain what may be the case here.

    When using a set of maps like the 2in1 set with AutoDrive (Greek characters) & Anavasi (Latin characters) with all maps checked:

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    What happens for example in Garmin Mobile PC is this:

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    If we use the same set but with only Anavasi map checked:

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    Then the result is these:

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    It has to do with the draw order of every map in the typ file and AutoDrive Hellas always comes on top of every other map we use in Greece. One thing you should know is that when you use more than one detailed maps in your device at the same time then you 'll probably get as a result wrong routing and in some cases device malfunction.
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    There are BIG routing problems with ALL 6.xx versions of the Anavasis TopoNavigator Map.

    Those NEW problems are different to older versions problems (4.xx and 5.xx) and apply even to routes up to 100 meters long, if you are unlucky enough!!!

    The map file is a Μapset of a Road Map (with routing data) and a Topo Map (transparent with no routing data)
    The Road map is composed from many sub-maps or Map Tiles as they are called.
    The problem occurs at the "overlapping" areas of neighboring (adjacent) Tiles, like the darker red areas of the screenshot below.
    43vc

    In those "overlapping" areas there are road vectors that exist on both two adjacent tiles and their nodes (junctions) are not correct and ready to be composed to one final map.
    So in those areas, we have certain road points and junctions that are corrupted and do not allow the making of a route to progress to its "logical" path, instead it looks like the road is "broken-stopped" and the route haw to go back to a previous junction and follow another road that drives us "from around".

    This happens to the following example, where the green circles are.
    The route does not drives us on the main "selected" road but at those points, drives us backwards and takes a detour.
    ZlE8fKZ

    In the the part of the green circle in the center, I want to route from A to B but the road straight ahead is "corrupted' and drives me back to a previous junction and takes a detour.
    hxia


    In the spoiler below are screenshots of those two adjacent tiles (northen and southern) and the final Road Map with their road vectors and nodes.
    Spoiler: version 6.xx
    Northen Tile
    v64b

    Southern Tile
    kylt

    Final Map, where I made the duplicate "common" roads thicker for you to notice easily and every Node in a red circle is "corrupted"
    myu5r

    This dosen't happen with verion 5.xx tiles, because there are NO common (duplicate) roads and incorrect Nodes
    In the spoiler below are the same exact tiles and final map, where everything is correct !!!

    Spoiler: version 5.xx
    Northen Tile (version 5.xx)
    hr4b

    Southern Tile (version 5.xx)
    1mu1

    Final Map (version 5.xx) where now there are NO duplicate roads and ALL the nodes are correct !!!
    1qyx



    Solution

    The only solution to this particular routing problem is to plan our route in Basecamp.
    We choose the routing profile we want (better to choose ATV if we want to favor smaller dirt roads)
    We start the route by clicking the START point and we continue to click VIA points along the roads we want to use.
    If we come across a VIA point with "abnormal" routing, we open the route Properties window and right click on the next to last (not the last one) VIA point on the list.
    We click on "Edit VIA Point" and in the new window with this point's properties, we change the routing profile from Basecamp's default to "Direct", click OK and click Recalculate, so that the route is recalculated.

    8lp2

    This way we changed the profile of ONLY the last leg of our route, the part between the two last VIA points.
    After that, we continue to click Via Points, until we reach our destination.
    The rest "legs" of our route are going to be calculated by Basecamp's default profile (in the example ATV) and NOT by the Direct (Direct applies ONLY for the part we selected to change the porfile).
    It's like we "forced" Basecamp to "jump" this point where the road seems to be "cut" or "dead end"

    bt4s

    When we transfer this route to a Garmin device, we must use the exact same map on the device to execute this route.
    When Basecamp writes the .gpx file, it writes the START, the END and all of our VIA Points.
    But it also adds a lot of "extra by Basecamp" VIA points between road junctions, in order to make sure that our route on the device is going to "follow" the exact same roads as it did on our computer.
    So when we go to Trip Planner and select this route and press GO, the route is NOT recalculated (if we use the same map as in Basecamp) but it is EXECUTED based on ALL the VIA points from Basecamp.
    ATTENTION
    If on the device we use other map than we did in Basecamp OR we change something else of the transferred route (like the order of the VIA points) and save the route on the device, our route is NOW recalculated by the device's software which does NOT have Direct profile or ATV or other off-road profiles.
    It just has a ....simple driving profile and this apllies for the entire route (no special ...favors like in basecamp) !!!!
    At the top is the map of this transferred route in Trip Planner, after I've pressed GO with the transferred route untouched.
    At the bottom is what happened when I changed something in the route, saved the changes on device and then pressed GO. The device recalculated the route using its own "driving" profile and I've lost Basecamp's "direct" routing.
    The route is a ... "a good way to get lost and get laughed at by all your fellow off-roaders" that follow you and your garmin in their 4x4s.....
    6xxi


    Below in the spoiler is another example of this routing problem in Mapsource, where we have no routing profiles to overcome this problem.

    Spoiler: mapsource
    I've created two routes, right on the "overlapping" areas of version 6.xx
    I've used START, END and one VIA Point.
    The yellow lines are the borders of each adjacent "overlapping" tile and the darker red area is the "overlapping" area
    As you can see BOTH routes are ....destroyed by this problem and in Mapsource there is no way to fix these route...

    r2lq

    When I change the map to version 5.xx (where there are NO duplicated roads and nodes on the "overlapping" area, which now is much more narrow, BOTH the routes are totally CORRECT !!!!!

    zgoe

 

 
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