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    Smile Is there a way to replace a .typ file with a modified .typ file directly in the gmapsupp.img?

    Is there a way to replace a .typ file with a modified .typ file directely in the gmapsupp.img???

    Would be great and it would safe a lot of time!!

    Thanks for your answer.

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    use GMapTool

    split

    splitu

    replace typ

    replacer

    load all the files in GMapTool

    joiny

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    Thanks for your prompt response.
    I didnīt know this option by now.
    I will try the way with gmaptool!!
    Thanks

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    Default Change TYP File

    or now you can use this tool by pietu :

    This tool is created to integrate changed typfile into ready map image GMAPSUPP.IMG.

    Don't use this tool with typfiles, that are not made for the respective map. If you want to use it with a typfile from another map, change the internal MapID of the typfile with GMapTool to the MapID of destined map before.

    usage:

    1. copy original image "MAP Original" folder (only one image)

    2. copy .typ file same directory with "Change TYP File.exe" (only one typ file)

    3. doublepress "Change TYP File.exe"

    4. the changed image would be found in a directory named "MAP new TYP" (the original would be untouched)
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    How to change the internal MapID of the typfile with GMapTool?

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    GMapTool (use advanced options) /write tab/correct TYP
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    Thank you for your help.

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    use now the new GMaptool
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    What IS a TYP file and how it is used in Garmin GPS's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildAnimal View Post
    What IS a TYP file and how it is used in Garmin GPS's?

    TYP is a file used with the majority of Garmin maps. The file alters the display of the map elements, i.e. areas, lines, and POIs. It works similarly to the so called skins known in many other programs.
    Infos about TYP files here:
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