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Thread: Lost yellow routing line???

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    That's exactly what I'm on about, good spot Wapping!!

    I'm afraid with my putor skills if I have to start installing old versions of Mapsource to get it back that I'll feck it up totally, so I'll just have to live with it....pity as I think the old version is much, much clearer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leedude03 View Post
    All the versions available here, http://www.gawisp.com/perry/mapsource/ Google a wonderfull recource, its a shame its not used more often.
    Hahaha...

    I took a leaf out of bikermates' books and couldn't be arsed to look. Trawling back to 2006 has taken its toll and there was some Adventure bike bloke in the pub urgently seeking routes and ideas for him (and his obligatory mate) to ride on Good Friday through to late afternoon on Saturday, as they've just discovered it's a holiday and the sun might be shining.

    In the meantime, there are no trains from Waterloo to Twickenham tomorrow, which buggers up my plans to go easily to watch 'quins thrash Exeter (or not) tomorrow evening... a big shout out (as yoof would say) to the RFU for moving a sell out game to Good Friday night, when the capital is reduced to horse and cart. Anyone got a route...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poucher View Post

    I'm afraid with my putor skills if I have to start installing old versions of Mapsource to get it back that I'll feck it up totally, so I'll just have to live with it....pity as I think the old version is much, much clearer.
    I think you'll be alright. Download it and fire it up. I would and I don't know anything about the inner workings of a PC box of widgets. There is nothing that cannot be undone, trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Hahaha...

    I took a leaf out of bikermates' books and couldn't be arsed to look. Trawling back to 2006 has taken its toll and there was some Adventure bike bloke in the pub urgently seeking routes and ideas for him (and his obligatory mate) to ride on Good Friday through to late afternoon on Saturday, as they've just discovered it's a holiday and the sun might be shining.

    In the meantime, there are no trains from Waterloo to Twickenham tomorrow, which buggers up my plans to go easily to watch 'quins thrash Exeter (or not) tomorrow evening... a big shout out (as yoof would say) to the RFU for moving a sell out game to Good Friday night, when the capital is reduced to horse and cart. Anyone got a route...?


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    After the great pedelo disaster on my honeymoon, I have a court order banning me from waterborne craft of any sort.

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    I am creating lots of routes for Spain using a large screen Mac and BaseCamp running the latest maps.

    The magenta line is very crisply displayed, even when zoomed right in. I also notice that more often than not the road details (name / number etc) when known are above the road, not within the road itself. This leaves the details visible when the route is highlighted and the magenta line darkens.

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    Pretty much what i experience when using pc and big screen, no problems really.

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    There is no BaseCamp app for an iPad/iPhone that I can think of or at least not one as at April 2017 that will allow plotting of a route on an iPad for upload into a Garmin GPS device.

    There are other Garmin apps that will run on an iPhone / iPad but they are something different.

    If everyone is happy to accept this, tomorrow I'll delete the erroneous posts and links, to keep the thread on track.... which is all about magenta lines obscuring road numbers.

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    You can set the route colour as transparent, this does make it easier to see what is under the route.

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