Just downloaded BaseCamp 22.214.171.124 for Mac.
Let's see what's new...
Here is the link for the update if needed:
And the change log reads:
Changes made from version 4.1.2 to 4.2.1:
Added Trip Planner
Adds an easy way to plan multi-day trips
Round trip support
Can print a trip itinerary
Can add destinations along a route
Flying support (airport and flight number look-up)
Supports traveling between different time zones
Can add Adventures that you'd like to take as part of your trip
Added support for different route profiles for different legs of a route
Added RV and Truck routing profiles with special route options
Added support for UK postal code search
Added support for Yelp search
Added support for named POI search (far away POIs should be found if it's an exact name match)
Added support for POI category search (you can type 'Hotels, Las Vegas, NV')
Added quick search (hover over the map to invoke it)
Added ability to display more search results
Fixed various find issues
Added support for displaying BirdsEye while in Basestation mode
Added support for displaying and saving the track of the Basestation itself
Added support for displaying the most recent update time for Basestation contacts
Added support to have different folders and lists with the same name (as long as they have a different parent in the folder hierarchy)
Added support for changing the location of BaseCamp's database
Added Irish Transverse Mercator grid
Fixed an issue where roads from the base map were displaying along with roads from the detailed map
Fixed an issue where BaseCamp was not displaying properly localized map labels
Fixed issue with Garmap Southern Africa Topo & Rec 2012.3 NT not being displayed in BaseCamp
Fixed an issue with certain file names for Adventures and Garmin Cloud
Changes made from version 4.1.1 to 4.1.2:
Fixed an issue where display mode was not preserved between app runs
Fixed an issue where elevation plot was not available for Fenix tracks
Fixed an issue where moving a track point cleared the time data
Fixed an issue where ascent and descent data was not calculated for some tracks
Improved copy/paste behavior for data from tables (User Data Table, Tracks, etc.) into other applications
Various route creation and editing stability improvements
Various map stability improvements
Changes made from version 4.1.0 to 4.1.1:
Fixed an issue where BaseCamp will crash when plugging in certain nuvis or zumos
Fixed multiple issues with city search in find options
Fixed an issue with user data search
What does this software do?
There is a serious flaw with the interface between BaseCamp and GPS devices, in that a route, when touched by BaseCamp, the route is no longer editable or reversible on the GPS device.
If a route that ends up on the GPS is either or both created and/or edited by BaseCamp, then that route once on the GPS is not editable or reversible.
This is totally unacceptable and defies the very purpose of BaseCamp. I need to reverse routes, and my routes contain many waypoints and I often want to change the route by adding, removing, rearranging the waypoints, and none of that is possible due to BaseCamp. In order to maintain the ability to edit and reversibility, all routes must be created and maintained exclusively on the GPS device, never being touched by BaseCamp.
This problem has been around for well over a year now.
BaseCamp does not hang up and go into spinning-color-wheel-lala-land when a backup (such as Time Machine) is invoked. This is a major improvement.
Also, this version is also in the Apple Store, meaning it was vetted and approved to avoid such problems.
Interesting that the Rev went from 4.1.2 to 4.2.1
After updating to v4.3.1 Basecamp will corrupt its database upon quitting the application. I found this out the next time I launched BC. I recovered the database using Time Machine and everything seemed to work, until again quitting and re-launching BC I got the corrupted database message. Finally I reverted to v4.2.4 using Time Machine and now have no problems. Has anyone else observed this problem?
No, but will be on the look out.
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