Garmin BaseCamp for Mac, V4.6.2 just came out, available from the Mac App Store. Free.
One of these days I need to learn how to use Base Camp, but it's up to date when I'm ready.
From the Mac App Store.
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What's New in Version 4.6.1
- Added support for downloading preview imagery for BirdsEye select.
- Added support for track metadata from FIT files.
- Added support for importing FIT files.
- Added support for displaying DEM shading for some cycling map products.
- Improved map rendering performance.
- Updated the Czech translation for “road”.
- Updated route avoidance settings to be more like PNDs.
- Fixed an issue with routes created in BaseCamp not displaying lane assist and junction views on Nuvi devices.
- Fixed an issue with Garmin Adventures transferred from BaseCamp being deleted after the device is disconnected.
- Fixed an issue with sending Garmin Adventures to device SD cards.
- Fixed an issue with Geocaches not showing up on Oregon devices as found.
- Fixed an issue with importing large KMZ files.
- Fixed an issue with adding duplicate photos when matching photos to track(s).
- Fixed an issue with canceling route calculations.
- Fixed an issue with failing to unlock city navigator maps.
- Fixed an issue with displaying the wrong day number in Trip Planner.
- Fixed an issue with viewing raster maps.
- Fixed out of memory crashes related to the undo buffer growing too large.
- Fixed other various bugs.
This version is working fine, with no new bugs.
Looking forward to the next version.
Just used last version a few days to download the tracks for the last trip to Colorado.
Basecamp V4.6.2 is now available in the Mac App Store.
We do genealogy, so I created a folder for Genealogy, and created a waypoint for each city in which we need to do research gave each family line it's unique icon. Now when I am thinking about a trip, I can easily see a graphic of points on the map. Connect the dots and you've got an itinerary.
We also enjoy touring Rt66, so I have a folder with waypoints for that. I add to them as I learn of new places. The memo part of the waypoint provides a place for info.
When we RV, sometimes I use BaseCamp kind of like Google Maps when we have no internet or bars on the iPhone. National Parks sometimes put you in that situation.
So. Just pick out a subject or tour you have in mind, throw in a few waypoints, and I expect you will be on your way.
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