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    Default Toponav & Oziexplorer

    Hi,

    Can I use Toponav maps with Oziexplorer ???

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    Oziexplorer is another format-
    Garmin topo maps cant be edited or changed-
    no you cant
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    I use Fugawi ,similar to ozie and I can import Garmin format .img maps under the Maps – import tab. I have Toponav Quebec imported into fugawi ,but it is very slow redraw of the screen. You have to check if ozie can do the same. These programs mainly work with raster maps and the only reason I use toponav in it is for accuracy of the 1:20k maps for placing waypoints and off road routes.
    Last edited by Rudy_P; 17th November 2010 at 01:53.

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    The problem with Toponav maps is they are very detailed therefore very slow to display. Toponav is a vector based map as opposed Ozie which uses calibrated raster(picture) maps. If you want free 1:50K maps for ozie, you can check the canadian gov agency GSC (Geological Survey Canada) and download their maps for free. GSC offers in addition to the maps the calibration details. It is just a matter of converting the GSC maps + calibration details within Ozie.

    I have done it. It works.

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    CompeGPSLand can read the card Oziexplorer picture (PNG, JPEG) and the MAP files, but not the ozf2 and ozf3.

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    i agree with you, i like this

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    try global mapper you can conver lots of type maps

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    Still fails. How can I access the links?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adelibalta View Post
    Still fails. How can I access the links?
    I can't see any relation to the previous postings and can't guess what you mean.
    If you need help than accept that wee need your help too - this includes at least enough info to know what you are talking about.
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