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Started by Reno8, November 06, 2011, 07:52:49 AM
Quote from: Reno8 on November 06, 2011, 05:08:09 PMThank you very much. I have an 8GB SD card in it as well so fitting the maps shouldn't be a problem. If I have the TOPO 100K and the TOPO 24K from here on it at the same time do I have to disable the 100K to use the 24K? Should I always keep the DEM base map enabled?Thanks everybody!
Quote from: Boyd on November 07, 2011, 05:05:55 AMThat is generally true, however the "stacking order" is actually controlled by the mapmaker. For example, I am finishing up a topo map that will cover up City Navigator when enabled. This allows me to use City Navigator for routing while viewing the topo.The more technical answer is that maps are assigned a "draw priority" between 0 and 31 that determines their stacking order. Higher numbers are shown on top of lower numbers. US Topo 100k has a priority of 20, City Navigator has a priority of 30. For the map I mentioned above, I used a priority of 31.I believe the priority will default to 25 when you make your own maps, but it can be set to whatever the mapmaker desires.
Quote from: Boyd on November 07, 2011, 10:18:23 AMI want complete visual control of of every element of the map, but I don't want the trouble of making routable maps. This gives me the map appearance I want, but with City Navigator working behind the scenes for routing as well as lane assist, speed limit display, etc.
Quote from: babj615 on November 07, 2011, 11:52:33 AMSo, for now, NO CN when I am using my Topos.
Quote from: Seldom on November 07, 2011, 12:37:39 PMQuote from: babj615 on November 07, 2011, 11:52:33 AMSo, for now, NO CN when I am using my Topos. Lots of transparent topo available here. Just go to the Custom Maps page and filter for topos+transparent.The way I dealt with it for Southern UT and Northern AZ was to provide only topo, hydrography, and wooded area cover. CNNANT (or your routable OSM download) provided the rest.
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