Here's how to make your own POI icon in the Where-To:
You need to make 2 icons: one default icon that is displayed and one when the icon is pressed. They must have the same name as your .gpi file with the suffix 1.bmp and 2.bmp. For example, if you want a poi file Rest_Areas.gpi, you need to make 2 bitmaps Rest_Areas1.bmp and Rest_Areas2.bmp. You must also set the path to find those 2 files in the Preferences. This folder will be used for the Where-To icons, but can be optionally used for some map symbols as well.
If the files cannot be found, EPE will supply its default logo for you. It's ugly, but it does the job. For sure, you will recognize it when you see it. Try to make logos smaller than 150 pixels by 150 pixels for newer gps models (like the 37xx) or smaller than 64 x 64 pixels for older models (like the 760). Logos can be regular 24-bit logo, or even better, 32-bit logos with transparency.
Example: I have the follofing files
This way, I can save Rest_Areas.gpi anywhere and EPE will look for the Where-To folder as set in the Preferences (here, it is set to C:\EPE_WhereTo_BMP.Code:Please Login or Register to see the links