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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Have you read post n4?
    Yes I have.
    I have changed the name to the other possible name but without success. Should I try downloading the db File again? which file should I download?

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    Hi,

    Don't waste your time ! Active routing does not work on this map.

    See posts # 16, 22, 31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergio2 View Post
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    Don't waste your time ! Active routing does not work on this map.

    See posts # 16, 22, 31.
    OK thanks, so just wait for a different version of France Topo v4 Pro?
    Meanwhile install France Topo v3?

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    I tried to match v3 .db file with v4 .img but it didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwolfke View Post
    OK thanks, so just wait for a different version of France Topo v4 Pro?
    Meanwhile install France Topo v3?
    Topo France v4 is the best and most up-to-date version available so why wouldn't you use it?
    Active Routing is nice but in my opinion largely overrated, I never used it untill now!
    Topo France is the only map that provides a nice dashed red line aside all GR trails so it's very easy to follow a GR. No Active Routing needed at all!
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    Perhaps there is the same cause with the Activerouting like the Topo Germany v7 Pro. For the Germany map there is a modified map available, see:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapperoni View Post
    Topo France v4 is the best and most up-to-date version available so why wouldn't you use it?
    Active Routing is nice but in my opinion largely overrated, I never used it untill now!
    Topo France is the only map that provides a nice dashed red line aside all GR trails so it's very easy to follow a GR. No Active Routing needed at all!
    I'm totally new with ActiveRouting, just in short, correct me if I'm wrong:
    Activerouting means:
    1) if you want to go from point A to B, you can select your transportation method: bike, hiking, racebike,... and your device will calculate the best route...
    2) You have a selection of walking paths, especially GR routes for France (I don't think is very extended). I'm interested when I arrive in a village that I can directly see where I could do a hike or bicycle tour.

    So I'm a correct that for this map Option 1 will work and option 2 is not available...?
    thanks

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    Good evening,
    I think I have solved the problem of active routing:
    After decompression with GMAPTOOLS, installation JAVAVa converter Map I noticed that in the folder TOPO France v4 PRO.gmap there was info.xml file and he lacked the info_v2.xml file.
    I have created a Topo v4 and is fully operational in basecamp.
    The problem was the same with topo germany v7.01 and I did the same named chose.Les tracks appear.

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    @airwolfke: No no, you have Activity Profiles in Basecamp or on your outdoor-gps (point 1: yes; but when you have adjusted your bikeprofile to auto settings, your bikeprofile act's like it's a car! ) AND you have ActiveRouting-trails which are included in the Topo Pro map and are associated with a SQL file.(point 2: yes, but there some restrictions, because of the limitation for the Activerouting-data (in the map or in the sql-database)

    For the ActiveRouting trails you can look at BaseCamp (Findfunction: Find named trails) or on a suitable outdoor gps.
    When you've found a Activerouting trail with the search function in BaseCamp, in BaseCamp you can make a separate route or you make a combination with a homemade trail near the Activeroutingtrail. How that works, you have really experiment with this possibilities.

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    @raspi: when you have a *.img from a Topo Pro with Activerouting (with sql-database) and you use Javawa Mapconverter to make a Mapsource installation and then/or a gmap-installation you have manually make a Addition-map with the sql data and also manually make a info2.xml file. (That's my experience).
    When you have an example of another Topo Pro gmap, then it is not so difficult.

 

 
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