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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    OK Caty , good idea for next release.
    Note that, for the moment , you can right-click on the file to open it with ImgTool by choosing Open With command (instead of browsing with ImgTool menu), or simply click on the img file , if during install, you have checked the association of img files with ImgTool.
    Sure, but drag&drop is very handy, thanks in advance if if you will add it

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    May I ask if it's possible to enable files drag&drop in program window, if it's possible, instead of browsing in computer for files and load them to Imgtool
    My first impression was the same. After installing with option for running program I drag&drop file directly and nightmare error take place

    P.S. Sorry horrible error was concerning of TYPViewer error... Thanks for both of good programs, sherco40!
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    OK, never tried to drag&drop files on these 2 apps, I always click or right-click on files ..
    I'll add this feature on both programs (and fix the horrible error on TYPViewer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    OK, never tried to drag&drop files on these 2 apps, I always click or right-click on files ..
    We as oldschool user do not use Windows interface and only file third party manager on active desktop. The right-click operation on track-ball is for selection of file only. Sorry
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    So I am a modern school user ... despite my age, which is near ten years more than yours

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    Age is a state of mind Michel [as you know well for sure]. I'm nearing the end of my 70th decade and yet i often find my thinking 'younger' than most ppl half my age and my willingness to learn and adapt usually greater than many. C'est la vie! Your tool is great, with or without drop 'n' drag imo but it would be advantageous for many to have it. I automatically right-click and use the dialog box without a second thought however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    So I am a modern school user ... despite my age, which is near ten years more than yours
    I am sure you have the imagination and high skill but my capability is very limited. That is why I am using your great program for editing of TYP because I want to see my intuitive objects on map.

    Moreover this russian official translation:

    <entry handle="ADD_AVOID_AREA">
    <visual>Доб. нежелательную зону</visual>
    <entry handle="ADD_AVOID_ROAD">
    <visual>Добавить нежел. дорогу</visual>

    instead of

    <entry handle="ADD_AVOID_AREA">
    <visual>Add Avoid Area</visual>
    <entry handle="ADD_AVOID_ROAD">
    <visual>Add Avoid Road</visual>

    enter me into a deep stupor. The red words mean the same but it is looking quite different in official russian translation and it is the reason for my stupor. I am ready do not sleep a night before trip but I will retype this phrase as:

    <entry handle="ADD_AVOID_AREA">
    <visual>Добавить нежел. зону</visual>
    <entry handle="ADD_AVOID_ROAD">
    <visual>Добавить нежел. дорогу</visual>

    and so on and so forth because I will sure that I will do not have any headache on roads when critical moment would come.

    It is my oldscool manner! I am using the Symbian till now because I do not understand the logic of Android and other modern device just as I want simple to calling, messaging or diving to navigation while driving. I know it is bad..
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    ​lang albanian update 02/07/2015
    fixed same bugs. completed translation.
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    After downloading the Full Original Locked .IMG [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Map, and then try to open it with ImgTool v1.8.16 (either before or after unlocking it) I get an Overflow Error # 6

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    This doesn't happen with other .IMG Files (all of them smaller in size), and after I close the error message everything seems normal, I need to modify the CP so when I click the button I can see all of the subfiles ordered by type.

    Has this happened to anyone? Is it ok to proceed?


    Thanks in advance...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmua View Post
    After downloading the Full Original Locked .IMG [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Map, and then try to open it with ImgTool v1.8.16 (either before or after unlocking it) I get an Overflow Error # 6
    Try to open this file via the context menu "Open With/ImgTool" (right button click on the file).

 

 
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