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    Hi guys, once again thank you all for your input. I've been rather busy past week, haven't got proper chance to reply.

    @Osiris > primo version v9.6.29.636868. As for renaming, I'll repeat once again - initial file was 3dc and was working well for quite a long time. Suddenly (with one of the primo upgrades) it stopped. Renaming 3dc>3dl was merely my desperate act to find what's causing the problem, and it worked for some reason. As I explained before, looking at header of the file by iGO View it came to me idea to rename it.

    Can you help we understand what is the core difference between those two extension? My logic was that some of the buildings was simply declared 'landmarks' by map provider and 3dl shows only them, while other buildings may or may not be landmarks and map provider puts them into 3dc. If not with licensing issue, why do we need to have both types and why did it stopped working?

    What happen if you only use one .3dl at a time? You should not see the "footprint" problem.
    Nope, it still exits.

    To put more oil to the fire if you read OP, I also tried renaming Serbia_petrol.3dc > 3dl - and it also worked! So, I'm just trying to find some logic behind this.
    What method/software did you use to read-out information within 3dc|3dl files? Like you said in one of previous posts, on coordinate xxx.xxx you have something?

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    and all now old at least 5 years. I can give you all that exists
    Can you share with me what you got from TopMap, please?
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    That is all that exists, for years.
    There was one older petrol file, but smaller, so nobody uses it anymore.
    Also, from both other providers, there never was made 3dc file.
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    Many questions become very arduous, a lot of time chewed deja vu...Since we have lost all the year of work and effort, many people have no will to answer the same questions again. Me neither. Use a search, please.

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    Answer
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    This post requires you to click the "LIKE this post" button and hit F5 to read this content.
    Do not PM me with questions. That's what a forum is for.

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    Thanks. I got it now.

    Out of curiosity, I've checked with genuine Hungarian Here 2017 3dc and 3dl. Here is the result, exactly as per your explanation.

    First one with primo:

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    If I zoom/rotate, most of red footprints transform into buildings.


    Second one with NextGen:

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    Conclusion:
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    Only thing I should investigate more are footprint. Not that it bothers me much.
    Last edited by obituar; 2nd June 2017 at 07:38 PM.

 

 
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