(ADMIN -- moved this to its own thread.)
Under the text box, there's a setting called "input format" that lets you use a little HTML to make the link.
... a little clunky, so I went ahead and updated your original post
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Just An Idea Miss POI what do you and JM think about Being able to paste a picture in the forum Topic so someone can see a pic of what you are taking about for Example if some ask what does a certain thing look like you can paste a pic of it
Anybody Interested E-Bay Has Windshied Mounts , Floor Mounts , Dash Mounts , And motor Cycle Mounts For The Garmin Units SP 2610,2620,2720,2730,2820,2830
Go To E-bay In The Search Type GPS 2720 The Mounts Will be on Page 2
I did a product compare on the Garmin website between the Nuvi 670, 750, 760, 770 and cannot say that the new series seems to offer a heck of a lot more...
Also the specs for the Nuvi 750, 760, 770 seem damned near identical.
Or is it just me...?
This is the link
Does the C340 take a SD Card?
I need ur help! Because I messed up my tomtom one map from my sd card. I deleted something from the sd card. after I turned on my gps, the map didn't show the street. only Blank screen. even I try to find some poi, it cant show anything on the screen. Pls help!
I’m interested in the topic "" Solution to make the "dialing" icon appear in gpx files...""
And the replay from the traveler .. so I downloaded “ McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant.gpx “ file posted by the traveler to see how he edit his files.. soo I got the following problems ..
1- tried to convert the file to .csv format using GPXtoPOI program .. but couldn’t converted .
Data Base to load states quit working after 3 weeks any help RT
I’m confused about the poi file format .csv and .gpx for garmin …
I know both formats used to list the poi but what is the main difference between them ??
Why to use .csv not the .gpx ?? or the other way ..
Which one is better with less error..??
If I want to go for a file with huge no. of poi which format shall I go with..??
New GPS owner, and confused. I drive a motor coach and it would be helpful if I could add files to my GPS which will result in specific "points of interest" (to me) being depicted along the interstate as I drive. I have created some waypoints using EasyGPS and uploaded them to the POI folder on my C550.
I installed some custom poi's from this site and after done the installed poi's from Garmin are gone. Where can I find that file, it is not on the disk that came with the unit? I have a 660.
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Some addresses just don't take me to the exact spot I want to go to. When I do arrive at the intended destination I save it to my garmin C330. My question is. Is there any way to get a latitude and longitude? I want these exact numbers to add to my custom poi files.
Also where do I download .bmp Icons.
I bought it last week and had a blast using it over the weekend.
I'm getting desperate! I was going to post a message here on POI Factory yesterday listing a FREE site I had found with an enormous number (I think they said over 5 million) of geocodes for different U.S. locations. I need help in finding that site again.
Here's a scary article about the increase in GPS thefts from cars, even as prices fall. As a long time resident of Philadelphia I've learned not to even leave a few cents of loose change visible. The article mentions that even the telltale suction cup ring is tipping off some thieves to go on a scavenger hunt in your car.
Newest Costco price for Nuvi 360 is $399.00 plus shipping and handling.
I bought a TomTom 720 but it won't work with my VX8300 Verizon phone. I called TomTom and they told me Verizon phones will not work because Verizon does not allow it. Any different thoughts on it before I return the 720? I live in New jersey.
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