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Old 01-20-2013, 05:12 AM   #11
davsato OP
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Location: southern England
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Originally Posted by TuonoBiker View Post
Basecamp is a bit annoying with the map and needing the GPS connected, but I don't have trouble using fact its a very cool way to view your routes, plan new ones and save them to the GPS. You can even look at pinpoint data from your on the point and see all sorts of data: specific point in time speed, elevation, etc.

Th OP was having trouble with seeing the dual view screen....that's can switch out of it. I'd have to go out to the garage, pull the Nuvi, back in the house, downstairs, fall back onto the sofa, wait until it loads and then figure out how to switch the views. Sorry.........feeling reeeeaaallly lazy right now.
i dont mind having to connect the unit every time, and as ive been playing with it im coming round getting used to basecamp (still prefer mapsource though) im not seeing a split screen im getting global map overlayed on top of city navigator, at anything higher than 'low' detail. obviously they dont line up, so its damned annoying!
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