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    Nav V categories

    Hi,

    How do I stop certain categories being displayed on the map, such as restaurants ?
    There is the facility to add them, but I cant find how to stop them being shown on the map.
    I find they clutter the map when negotiating town and city centres.

    Thanks for any help.

    Tony

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    I’ve no idea. I want to add some to the display and I’ve searched high and low but still can’t figure out how!


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    Hi
    Select where to. Then categories should appear on the right. A number of categories will appear such as fuel etc, just select them'
    Hope this helps.
    Tony

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    I must be missing something here. I select “where to” and I see “categories” on the right but there’s no option to choose which categories are permanently shown on the map!


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