Thailand -- General Discussion

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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby tympg » Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:06 pm

JasonLee wrote:
josephsbs wrote:hi there
any projected date for release?
i'm planning a ride up to maybe chiangmai, guess the routable map will save my day :thumbsup:

The map has been released a few weeks ago as part of the MFM Mal/Sing map but the mapping has not reached Chiangmai yet. Only south Thailand so far. :)


For Chiangmai area you can download bro KC's North Thailand map here.
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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby pooschey » Wed Oct 14, 2009 3:16 pm

Does South Thailand include Phuket?

JasonLee wrote:
josephsbs wrote:hi there
any projected date for release?
i'm planning a ride up to maybe chiangmai, guess the routable map will save my day :thumbsup:

The map has been released a few weeks ago as part of the MFM Mal/Sing map but the mapping has not reached Chiangmai yet. Only south Thailand so far. :)

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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby alyem » Wed Oct 14, 2009 3:46 pm

pooschey wrote:Does South Thailand include Phuket?



Yes South Thailand Included Phuket,
please give us some feedback when you are using MFM Map in Thailand.

We need all the feedback to improve the map. :prayer: :prayer:

Try to track and contribute to us your Thailand trip. :tq:
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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby pooschey » Thu Oct 15, 2009 1:30 pm

I asked the question because I can't some of the usual places I go when I did a search.

I'll be there for 2 weeks in Dec. So all I need is to turn on track log? Pardon my ignorance on how tracking works.

alyem wrote:
pooschey wrote:Does South Thailand include Phuket?



Yes South Thailand Included Phuket,
please give us some feedback when you are using MFM Map in Thailand.

We need all the feedback to improve the map. :prayer: :prayer:

Try to track and contribute to us your Thailand trip. :tq:

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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby alyem » Thu Oct 15, 2009 3:45 pm

pooschey wrote:I asked the question because I can't some of the usual places I go when I did a search.


That the best of Phuket from MFM, Hope you can share your track with us.
:prayer:

pooschey wrote: I'll be there for 2 weeks in Dec. So all I need is to turn on track log? Pardon my ignorance on how tracking works.

What Device are you using?
Connect your GPS into Mapsource, Click "receive from device" save and post it here.
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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby pooschey » Thu Oct 15, 2009 11:10 pm

I'm using 255W. OK, I'll try the best I can. usually drive around the island during my stays there :)

alyem wrote:
pooschey wrote:I asked the question because I can't some of the usual places I go when I did a search.


That the best of Phuket from MFM, Hope you can share your track with us.
:prayer:

pooschey wrote: I'll be there for 2 weeks in Dec. So all I need is to turn on track log? Pardon my ignorance on how tracking works.

What Device are you using?
Connect your GPS into Mapsource, Click "receive from device" save and post it here.

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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby alyem » Fri Oct 16, 2009 10:42 am

[quote="pooschey"]I'm using 255W. OK, I'll try the best I can. usually drive around the island during my stays there :)

We need 1 sec track, if you have not patch your Nuvi 255 to 1-sec tracklog.
You can do so >> Check this out.. >> viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1616
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Re: Thailand Map Development - City Index Standard

Postby JasonLee » Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:14 am

pooschey wrote:I asked the question because I can't some of the usual places I go when I did a search.

I'll be there for 2 weeks in Dec. So all I need is to turn on track log? Pardon my ignorance on how tracking works.
Dear Bro Pooschey,

We are all mapping from scratch i.e. from whatever track logs or waypoints that we have recorded ourselves or received from contributors. Obviously the usual places that you went to are not the usual places I went to so until you share your waypoints and tracks with me, I can't include your favourite places in the map.
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Re: Thailand -- General Discussion

Postby liewss80 » Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:15 am

Tested driving with MFM map on my Garmin Mobile XT at south Thai. But not sure why, most of the time, my position is not lock on road. Position is not placed accurately on the road in GPS. Anyone has such issue? Its working perfectly back in Malaysia
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Re: Thailand -- General Discussion

Postby tympg » Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:27 am

liewss80 wrote:Tested driving with MFM map on my Garmin Mobile XT at south Thai. But not sure why, most of the time, my position is not lock on road. Position is not placed accurately on the road in GPS. Anyone has such issue? Its working perfectly back in Malaysia


Possibly many of the roads in our map are offset. If you could get some tracks for us, it'll be much appreciated. :tq:
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