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silverbeauty
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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby silverbeauty » Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:25 am

andypyt wrote:I think The Chicken Looks Like a Must Try......... [-X

The Salted Chicken at Aun Kheng lo not the ADULT type.

The Yong Tou Foo at the BIG Tree..
The Biscuits Shop But from the GPS there are 2 Which one?
The PaPago R5800 is my fisrt PND.
I am using the PaPaGo cordinates How to Check with GARMIN which is given?


:tq: for all the HELPFUL Tips...


Which model Garmin you have ? For Nuvi

For Nuvi with satellite icon
MainMenu - Select POI via Spell Name / Points of Interest / Address - Once located - Select it - Tap Map - Set Loc - Back to Main Menu - Tap on Satellite Icon on top Left Hand Screen - Your Location CoOrdinates is displayed on top of screen

For Nuvi without satellite icon,
MainMenu - Select POI via Spell Name / Points of Interest / Address - Once located - Select it - Tap Map - Set Loc - Back to Main Menu - WhereTo - CoOrdinates - Your Location CoOrdinates is displayed in the box.

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby andypyt » Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:00 am

silverbeauty wrote:
andypyt wrote:I think The Chicken Looks Like a Must Try......... [-X

The Salted Chicken at Aun Kheng lo not the ADULT type.

The Yong Tou Foo at the BIG Tree..
The Biscuits Shop But from the GPS there are 2 Which one?
The PaPago R5800 is my fisrt PND.
I am using the PaPaGo cordinates How to Check with GARMIN which is given?


:tq: for all the HELPFUL Tips...


Which model Garmin you have ? For Nuvi

For Nuvi with satellite icon
MainMenu - Select POI via Spell Name / Points of Interest / Address - Once located - Select it - Tap Map - Set Loc - Back to Main Menu - Tap on Satellite Icon on top Left Hand Screen - Your Location CoOrdinates is displayed on top of screen

For Nuvi without satellite icon,
MainMenu - Select POI via Spell Name / Points of Interest / Address - Once located - Select it - Tap Map - Set Loc - Back to Main Menu - WhereTo - CoOrdinates - Your Location CoOrdinates is displayed in the box.


:tq: for your detail procedure will try on my GMTX.

But for R5800 PaPago hope to get the Direct Translation for Coordinates from Garmin.

For PaPago is WGS84 (degree, Min, Sec) & WGS84 Degree for Coordinates.
For Garmin I think can set Manually to specific setting for Papago only WGS84 (degree, Min, Sec) & WGS84 Degree.

If got No choice I will use the GMTX.

:tq: again I fell that all of you at MFM are really HELPFUL :good:

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby johnTan » Wed Aug 05, 2009 1:08 pm

andypyt wrote:
:tq: for your detail procedure will try on my GMTX.
But for R5800 PaPago hope to get the Direct Translation for Coordinates from Garmin.
For PaPago is WGS84 (degree, Min, Sec) & WGS84 Degree for Coordinates.
For Garmin I think can set Manually to specific setting for Papago only WGS84 (degree, Min, Sec) & WGS84 Degree.
If got No choice I will use the GMTX.
:tq: again I fell that all of you at MFM are really HELPFUL :good:


Why not using THIS to manage the Ipoh food POI.
I have collect Ipoh food POI from Thread [MfM 1st Anniversary IPOH GG With Bro antyong - 30th Aug 09],
Then, use the POI tools convert it to "PPGPOI17.dat" for Papago X3.
then, back up TFat:\Navi\Save\PPGPOI17.dat <= this store all of my Girl friend's house POI. :mrgreen:
after that, replace with Ipoh Food POI ->PPGPOI17.dat.
you can get the Ipoh food poi under <Favorite>.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby andypyt » Wed Aug 05, 2009 5:44 pm

johnTan wrote:
andypyt wrote:
:tq: for your detail procedure will try on my GMTX.
But for R5800 PaPago hope to get the Direct Translation for Coordinates from Garmin.
For PaPago is WGS84 (degree, Min, Sec) & WGS84 Degree for Coordinates.
For Garmin I think can set Manually to specific setting for Papago only WGS84 (degree, Min, Sec) & WGS84 Degree.
If got No choice I will use the GMTX.
:tq: again I fell that all of you at MFM are really HELPFUL :good:


Why not using THIS to manage the Ipoh food POI.
I have collect Ipoh food POI from Thread [MfM 1st Anniversary IPOH GG With Bro antyong - 30th Aug 09],
Then, use the POI tools convert it to "PPGPOI17.dat" for Papago X3.
then, back up TFat:\Navi\Save\PPGPOI17.dat <= this store all of my Girl friend's house POI. :mrgreen:
after that, replace with Ipoh Food POI ->PPGPOI17.dat.
you can get the Ipoh food poi under <Favorite>.


:tq: Bro johnTan for the Method.
But if My Favorite already have file how can I Merge it with your collect Ipoh food POI?
:tq:

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby johnTan » Wed Aug 05, 2009 6:54 pm

andypyt wrote: :tq: Bro johnTan for the Method.
But if My Favorite already have file how can I Merge it with your collect Ipoh food POI?
:tq:


Export your favorite PPGPOI17.dat to GPX format.
Use GPSBableGUI.exe to merge 2 GPX file.
Or
Open both GPX file with Mapsource, Copy All the Waypoint to another GPX file.

After that, convert it to Papago dat by using PPGPOIToolv1.10.

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby andypyt » Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:56 pm

johnTan wrote:
andypyt wrote: :tq: Bro johnTan for the Method.
But if My Favorite already have file how can I Merge it with your collect Ipoh food POI?
:tq:


Export your favorite PPGPOI17.dat to GPX format.
Use GPSBableGUI.exe to merge 2 GPX file.
Or
Open both GPX file with Mapsource, Copy All the Waypoint to another GPX file.

After that, convert it to Papago dat by using PPGPOIToolv1.10.


:tq: again Bro johnTan My computer Know How is So So but will try anywap one more request can toy please let me know where can I get the Software?
I have the PPGPOIToolv1.10 only.

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby johnTan » Wed Aug 05, 2009 9:00 pm

andypyt wrote: :tq: again Bro johnTan My computer Know How is So So but will try anywap one more request can toy please let me know where can I get the Software?
I have the PPGPOIToolv1.10 only.


which software do you mean ? :-k

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby andypyt » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:08 pm

johnTan wrote:
andypyt wrote: :tq: again Bro johnTan My computer Know How is So So but will try anywap one more request can toy please let me know where can I get the Software?
I have the PPGPOIToolv1.10 only.


which software do you mean ? :-k


GPSBableGUI.exe
AND
Mapsource.

:tq:

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby johnTan » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:16 pm

andypyt wrote:GPSBableGUI.exe
AND
Mapsource.

:tq:


GPSBabel
AND
MapSource

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Re: Ipoh....我来了

Postby andypyt » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:27 pm

johnTan wrote:
andypyt wrote:GPSBableGUI.exe
AND
Mapsource.

:tq:


GPSBabel
AND
MapSource


:D
:tq:


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