Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

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LLCC
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Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby LLCC » Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:45 am

Read with delight, that our forum's boss Antyong and Navigasi's Silhouette are working on a common mapping project.

I'd like to suggest that MFM work out an agreed common border (map boundary) between Indonesia and Malaysia in the South China Sea, Straits of Malacca, and between Singapore and Indonesia in the Straits of Singapore, with Navigasi and any other cooperative mapping forums, so travelling between mapset to mapset in these areas are made smoother.

I'm suggesting this because I've made a couple of trips from Sinapore to Riau, and it looks like the polygon for MFM's Straits of Singapore is overlapping and covering many islands of Riau in Navigasi's Indonesia map, both of which I have installed via Mapsource, into my 76CSx.

It becomes a fiddly exercise when crossing the straits into Riau, pressing buttons to navigate the various menus of the 76CSx to disable the MFM mapset in order to reveal the Riau islands of Navigasi's map which is underneath. To make matters more exciting, staring at the tiny screen to execute this while trying to sail a boat bobbing up and down in the high traffic of the channel puts some adrenaline into the exercise, and some queasiness in the guts.

I've not tried from Penang to Acheh or Tioman to Anambas, but I think without a common agreed boundary, there will be some form of polygon overlaps in these places too.

So I hope an agreement can be arrived at soon, to make both our maps even that much better and user friendly too.

Cheers,

LL

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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby acaimoza » Sun Aug 02, 2009 4:18 pm

For members who love extra reading, the following URL might help.

MAIN PAGE NAVAGASI - http://navigasi.net/index.php;

There are forums & Articles here. Of Course in Indonesian.
You've got to register to download most of the things there.

Regards

[acaimoza]

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fauzee
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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby fauzee » Sun Aug 02, 2009 4:28 pm

acaimoza wrote:For members who love extra reading, the following URL might help.

MAIN PAGE NAVAGASI - http://navigasi.net/index.php;

There are forums & Articles here. Of Course in Indonesian.
You've got to register to download most of the things there.

Regards

[acaimoza]

Bro..i had try many times to download this Maps..but cannot use lah..wasting my times..if u have Indonesia maps..please share with me.. :prayer: :peace:
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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby Zeus73 » Sun Aug 02, 2009 7:10 pm

fauzee wrote:Bro..i had try many times to download this Maps..but cannot use lah..wasting my times..if u have Indonesia maps..please share with me.. :prayer: :peace:

I don't have problem downloading. But then, it's over 100MB. How to share with you?

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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby dvpro » Sun Aug 02, 2009 7:21 pm

fauzee wrote:Bro..i had try many times to download this Maps..but cannot use lah..wasting my times..if u have Indonesia maps..please share with me.. :prayer: :peace:

From the links, select Rapidshare links, and you can even download the smaller splitted parts as opposed to 100+MB file in one go. And I think the other Indonesian link is good only for Indonesian ISPs.
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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby fauzee » Mon Aug 03, 2009 12:29 am

dvpro wrote:
fauzee wrote:Bro..i had try many times to download this Maps..but cannot use lah..wasting my times..if u have Indonesia maps..please share with me.. :prayer: :peace:

From the links, select Rapidshare links, and you can even download the smaller splitted parts as opposed to 100+MB file in one go. And I think the other Indonesian link is good only for Indonesian ISPs.

:tq: my frens dvpro..
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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby dvpro » Mon Aug 03, 2009 12:50 am

fauzee wrote: :tq: my frens dvpro..

Don't mention it friend. O:)
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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby fauzee » Mon Aug 03, 2009 1:00 am

dvpro wrote:
fauzee wrote: :tq: my frens dvpro..

Don't mention it friend. O:)

okok ](*,) ](*,)
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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby mcmc » Sun Aug 09, 2009 7:29 pm

fauzee wrote:
dvpro wrote:
fauzee wrote: :tq: my frens dvpro..

Don't mention it friend. O:)

okok ](*,) ](*,)

Don't mention it = You're welcome :-'

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Navigasi Indonesia Map

Postby edgarchen » Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:20 am

Navigasi has released their public map v1.61 that include Papago Map. :thumbsup:

Papago users can enjoy another detail map. :wink:

http://navigasi.net/goptd.php
Everyone contribute a bit, eventually we can enjoy and benefit more in our navigation. :thumbsup:


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