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Jim W

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  1. I don't know if this has been posted before or not, but I found it to be a very interesting video GALILEO
  2. Firefishe, didn't you mean 1GB MicroSD card and not MiniSD card
  3. The site seems to be up and running, try this Link
  4. I didn't see any installation video on their site
  5. Same here $5.97 and free shipping, thanks for the heads up
  6. Thanks Sputnik 57, for clearing that up for me, I couldn't find anything in the manual on that, and every picture in the manual shows the compass navigating to somewhere. Thanks again Jim W
  7. With the compass turned on, and in the Bearing Pointer mode, but not navigating to anywhere just using the compass as a compass should you see the red arrow? Or should it look like my compass below, I’m assuming the red arrow only shows when you’re navigating to somewhere, is this correct?
  8. Era, thanks for your explanation, and the link, I find it very interesting
  9. That's a good price, what store has them for that?? a friend is looking for one
  10. Is there a way to toggle between split screen, and full screen?
  11. Yes, they are one in the same, I think it will be operational some time in Dec. The other two (PRN/GARMIN #17 & #31) are operational now
  12. I havn't seen a place to input "home" coordinates, but I have noticed that by double-clicking anywhere on the map (any version, topo, aerial, quick, or scanned) the rest of the caches' distance is recalculated to that point. I like that feature, but it would also be nice to have default home coordinates listed in the preferences somewhere for everytime you initially open the software and perhaps a button to reset it back to home after you are done using the double-click feature. I agree, I also like to be able to sort by distance
  13. Does GeoBuddy have a Home Lat/Lon so that you can tell how far from your location the cache is in miles? I can't seem to find it
  14. Latest information on the new satellite GPS 2R-16 launched on 11/17/2006, and can be tracked HERE NOTE: This is PRN/GARMIN 12 NAVSTAR: GPS BIIRM-3 NORAD ID: 29601 Int'l Code: 2006-052A Perigee: 0 km Apogee: 0 km Inclination: 0° Period: 0 min Launch date: 2006-11-17 Source: United States (US) PRN: Comments: GPS BIIRM-3's mission is to replace the ailing GPS 2A-22 satellite, which was launched in August 1993 with a seven-year design life
  15. Looks like this place has one left http://www.gps4fun.com/low_gm100.php
  16. I would imagine you would have to send it back to Garmin for repair
  17. That was posted on Oct 26, 2006, maybe they got the wrong information, or the information changed, and they didn't update it
  18. Where did you get that information from?
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