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    ☼ADMIN☼ GMapTool v.0.5.4  (11.8.2010)
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    Default GMapTool v.0.5.4 (11.8.2010)

    GMapTool v.0.5.4 (11.8.2010)


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    --Changelog-----
    - v0.5.4
    corrected conversion to pseudo-NT
    Mapsource flag in header
    display MPS records D, M
    corrected write mapset option


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    ☼ADMIN☼ GMapTool v.0.5.4  (11.8.2010)
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    Default Display every IMGs in Basecamp

    Since this Gmaptool version and newer ,you'll have the opportunity to see every IMGs in Basecamp

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    Put your IMG in GmapTool, choose the "WRITE" tag , in the option "set version in header", in Ms window, write value '0' in the field - (Value '1' blocks maps displaying in Basecamp.
    Enable advanced options.
    Then click "Write all" or "Write selected
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    Copy your IMG in a Garmin folder in an sd and it will be visible in Basecamp-
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    Problem with install.bat for Vista 64. Registry entries?

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    It just keep getting better, but...

    The Ms window is missing in the "Join" tab.
    You would think it would also be there to... an oversite?
    OR
    Is it already set to "0" by default?

    About the changelog...

    ---Changelog-----
    - v0.5.4
    corrected conversion to pseudo-NT (What does this mean?)
    Mapsource flag in header (I'm Assuming that this is the "Ms window"?)
    display MPS records D, M (Used in some g2/g2 Vision BlueChart charts, but v0.5.3 already displayed them... what has changed?)
    corrected write mapset option (What was corrected?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WknThDg View Post
    corrected conversion to pseudo-NT (What does this mean?)
    See "Join" -> "Convert to quasi-NT format", you need to set "Options" -> "Advanced options" and "Experimental options" first.

    Quote Originally Posted by WknThDg View Post
    Mapsource flag in header (I'm Assuming that this is the "Ms window"?)
    Must be it.

    Quote Originally Posted by WknThDg View Post
    display MPS records D, M (Used in some g2/g2 Vision BlueChart charts, but v0.5.3 already displayed them... what has changed?)
    "Files" -> "Details" and see it in "Log".

    Quote Originally Posted by WknThDg View Post
    corrected write mapset option (What was corrected?)
    Errors?
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    Navigation software expert GMapTool v.0.5.4  (11.8.2010) WknThDg's Avatar
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    Thanks for you reply Kanopus.

    But GMapTool has already displayed MPS records D, M in the ""Files" -> "Details" -> "Log"" since even before v4.4 over a year ago.

    So I guess "pseudo-NT" is the same as "quasi-NT" then.
    It would have been more clear if the changlog would have said "corrected conversion to quasi-NT", since "quasi-NT" is in the GUI (still) instead of "pseudo-NT".
    The "Convert to quasi-NT format" option has also been there since before v4.4, so I guess some error was just now corrected in the conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WknThDg View Post
    It would have been more clear if the changlog would have said "corrected conversion to quasi-NT"
    You are right
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    v05.4 being fixed to rewrite install.bat so it will behave better. v05.3 for download now v05.4 back up soon.

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