I tried to use EPE today to update the Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores POI file that I maintain.
Immediately upon loading the file I get a "script" error.
It happens as EPE is trying to display the Google Map in the lower left pane or when doing geocoding on a new POI. I am wondering if Google has changed something that Turbo was relying on in the API
Is anyone else having this problem?
In this article from the Calgary Herald (February 17), the reporter indicates that number of Speed on Green tickets issued continues to increase. This, despite the fact that the camera locations are clearly marked and are listed on the Calgary Police web page.
Good time to stay inside and update the Garmin.
This week we are recognizing, mgarledge!
Mary has been a member of POI Factory for nearly 6 years!
You can find this self-described, “gray haired wife and grandmother,” contributing to our community in a variety of ways on our forums.
She’s always helpful to newcomers and encouraging of all members.
This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.
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It's been a few years since I have used my old Nuvi 350.I have been using my Nexus 4. However my wife just purchased a new car and I would like to get her a new GPS.
I am only interested in a large screen with traffic.
Is Garmin still the best choice for these basic needs?
This week we are recognizing, Bdhsfz6!
Bdhsfz6 has been a member of POI Factory for over 6 years. He maintains a great list of POI files for Biking Trails.
This week we are recognizing his contributions to our forum discussions, like GPS for Truckers and Trying to Find Device ID. We appreciate his thoughtful helpful comments and topic discussions.
How many here would consider adding this device to their vehicle?
I suspect it won’t be long before the government requires auto makers to install such a product on all new vehicles.
Anyone have any idea what is a good GPS for truckers? I read a thread on this but the last comment made was in 2012. Id hope they have much better GPS units out now for Truck Drivers
I have always believed that the ethanol mandate is a bad thing. Ethanol costs more to produce than gasoline, and consumes more energy than it yields when all inputs are considered. Not to mention the cost of cleaning a fuel system when it has been sitting in your gas tank for more than a couple of weeks during humid weather.
WOOT is selling the Garmin nüvi 52LM 5" GPS with Lifetime Maps for only $80...
Here's an interesting news report. It should be read by those who worry overly much when their GPS makes a mistake—and for those who worry overly much about those who overly much worry about GPS mistakes.
Here is a way to visit both mundane and awesome sites using your GPS. Visit http://www.geocaching.com/ and join in the treasure hunt.
This week we are recognizing, toasty44!
toasty44 has been a member of POI Factory for over five years, but is just returning after a brief hiatus.
We’re recognizing him this week for his work on the Tennessee Waterfalls file, particularly the efforts at which he made to get permission from the photographer to use their picture for the file.
Hello all, just recently purchased a new GPS & found this site, looks like a lot of great stuff. Just stopped by to say hello. Cheers, John
I've seen better.
First time out in 4 days, who ever said,"let it snow let it snow" should be shot. Snow packed icy roads, are the order of the day here in NE. Had a Nor'Easter come thro on thurs/fri followed by 18 hours of snow on sat, almost 4feet so far and another 6inches forcast for mon 2nd Feb. Spring when if ever?????????.
In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you used it to seek out special places to go (like Thai Food, ice cream shoppes, etc.).
Anything to keep your windmill alive.
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