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    Quote Originally Posted by gaf123 View Post
    <...> I then again removed the PC version .gmap and now Basecamp allows me to print from the old imdisk mounted BeNeLux pro .img map!
    Interesting. It sounds like BaseCamp retains certain data in its (cache) memory. Does this still work after a reboot of the computer?
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    Good suggestion. I just rebooted and it still works!
    This might be interesting to circumvent this annoying restriction permanently for all maps. Maybe somebody can try to reproduce this?

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    @gaf123: what happens if you delete Basecamp's cache by hitting Ctrl + G twice on your keyboard? Can you still print?

    I made my own Topo Benelux Pro Gmap version back in 2013, I always could print this map in Basecamp.
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    Keeps on going after hitting ctrl G ten times
    The BeLux pro (pc version) .gmap folder is entirely removed from the garmin directory
    I'm on basecamp 4.3.5.
    It's all good!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mapperoni View Post
    I made my own Topo Benelux Pro Gmap version back in 2013, I always could print this map in Basecamp.
    Is that the workaround I read about with GMapTool? Did you lose any functionality (like the named trail stuff from the SQL .db file,...)?
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    Yes, GMapTool is the first step but a second step is needed to convert the installed map to a Gmap version:

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    Converting an img to PC-installed map or Gmap version always results in losing the index search.
    Active routing with db can be solved but it's much easier to mount the img to a virtual disk like you did.

    I just like to have all my maps in Gmap version because they are easy to use and can be put on any disk you like. A shortcut in C:\ProgramData\Garmin\Maps is enough to enable them in Mapsource and Basecamp.
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    Reporting back. I just ran into some issues with Basecamp which made me perform a clean install, thereby updating to the latest version 4.5.2.
    I had postponed doing so, because I didn't want to install Windows Media Player 11 (found out on the forum that there's a workaround :p)
    Anyway, clean install, I get this message:
    "Certain limitations are placed on TOPO Benelux PRO due to licensing restrictions. These include:
    Reduced map window for printing"

    Weird, cause it used to be simply impossible to print, now I can print one page at a time (probably because of the update?)
    Gonna try to fix it again with the BeLux PC version!

    Edit: didn't seem to work on 4.5.2. Didn't want to mess with it any longer, so moved back to 4.3.5. Everything's fine and dandy now.
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    anyone with an working link to topo benelux (unlocked)

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmaus View Post
    anyone with an working link to topo benelux (unlocked)
    Links at Posts 4 and 5 are Okay!

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    I know this post is a bit off-topic but nevertheless I want to 'warn' potential users of this map (Topo Benelux PRO v2) that this map is 3 years old now and many roads have been changed/added.

    A much better and very accurate map is the OSM based Freizeitkarte.

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    can someone confirm a working download link to the unlocked version?

 

 
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