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    An 'Easter Egg' for everyone

    Within the software industry, the term 'Easter Egg' is sometimes used to refer to undocumented features that are part of a software package but not widely disclosed.

    So - because it is Easter today, here is a really good 'Egg' for all of you - a complete list of FAQ's about Garmin GPSRs, written by the Garmin engineers who wrote the software in the first place. It has always existed - but not very many people know about it. It is a treasure trove of useful information, and well worth a browse. I suggest you bookmark it in your browser, so you can refer to it in the future if you are seeking detailed information.

    Frequently Asked Questions and detailed responses from the Garmin Technical Support Group

    Michael

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    it doesn't look like a secret feature like most Easter eggs you have to find... but it is very helpful.

    here's a proper egg for Photoshop CS


    Open Photoshop CS or CS2. Click on Help, and then hold down the control key and click on About Photoshop. A window will open saying Dark matter or Space Monkey. The names of the developers will scroll through the window.

    come on Pan tell us some secrets worth knowing that secret Garmin area for developers

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