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  1. questionBulk Map Download
    High quality Raster maps, by their nature, are large files so the apps are optimised and set not to chew through your data plan, by default. Here we look at the options of how to download large areas of map when connected to a cheaper/faster broadband service. Some of the maps are downloaded ...
  2. questionHow to find purchased downloadable maps
    Sometimes people have difficulty locating the correct map that they have purchased in the Digital Map Store. This is not surprising, as there are many thousands of maps for sale, some of them are updated on a regular, and the update policies vary from one publisher to another. For example, the ...
  3. questionChanging folder options to help you manage files
    This article explains how to change the default Windows options so you and see file extensions. Being able to see file extensions helps when copying map files to mobile devices and other file management tasks. For XP - Open My Computer > View > Folder options > view tab... For Vista and ...
  4. questionMap Download Tutorial Video
  5. questionMemory-Map file extensions explained
    This article deals with the varios file types associated with Memory-Map. There are five major files associated with the Memory-Map program. They are: QCT/QC3 - These are the most important files you will use. They are the actual maps used by the program. Smaller charts or sheet maps will onl ...
  6. questionGPS Battery Consumption
    Using a GPS in your smartphone can gobble up your battery in only a few hours. But its not the only power hungry component; Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular radio receivers account for significant consumption. Do you really need these turned on when out in the bush? Feedback from one user who car ...
  7. questionKeyboard shortcuts
    This article explains the use of keyboard shortcuts on the PC application so the advanced user can navigate around and between maps faster. There are three aspects to this: Panning, Zooming and Scaling (changing maps). ZOOMING AND SCALING Zooming gives you a wider or closer view of the current ...
  8. questionManaging routes, tracks and waypoints
    This article offers some practical advice with management of overlay data (routes/tracks/waypoints). It is great fun to plan, import and analize data in Memory-Map. The problem is that things can quickly become cluttered and overwhelming. The key is to make sure you do some "housecleaning" ear ...