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Ok in lieu of being able to message the map maker, John_M. I am asking via a thread.

First is there a mac version of the South East (I have grabbed and used SE but why not the Northeast esp part 3 of 3?  I am looking for topos of SC, Va and Md. The SE takes care of SC and others I have some interest in.

Also I would like to build maps, after reviewing the howtos, it seems all the compiling and combining tools reside on M$. I have seen the MacGPS software as an aside. But I want to work on a mac.



General Discussion / Do I need City Navigator for my 76csx
« on: December 25, 2009, 02:15:56 PM »
I am somewhat new to GPS, but long long time orienteering, so topo and compass (adult leader BSA, always outdoor woods and water).  I do have a Garmin 12 XL, mostly for my fish finder and fishing.

But coveting a 76CSX for a long time, I got one today! Thanks family.

I am loaded with Macs, so I went downloaded MapInstaller and downloaded the NC topo, much thanks to maps4gps and GPSFileDepot. Works great on the 76csx, but not sure 100% working on the Mac, what is MapManger supposed to do? I get no gui to pop up, just the finder window.  I downloaded the Beta, I mean it has been a year since the first release...  Did I miss the docs??

But I have to ask why should I get City Navigator vs downloading Ibycus USA??

Please advise before I go plunking down $$$.  I will most likely buy lake mapping and be glad to take advice on that.

This is a wonderful site, tip of my hat to y'all. 

I am thinking geocashing might be fun just to have places to hiking to.

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