+BikeBill Posted May 25, 2017 Share Posted May 25, 2017 I did a field puzzle today that required projecting from a waypoint. I keep 'crib notes' on my phone so I remember how to do this as it required changing profiles, etc., and I rarely have to do projection. Anyway, the bearing I was to project was 35.3 degrees. This is when I discovered that my Garmin 64s only projects whole degrees, not decimals. That is, unless I was doing something wrong. I tried entering 35 then 'shift' and a period but it wouldn't take. Does the 64s only let the user enter bearings as whole degrees or am I doing something wrong? I saw nothing in the manual. I found the cache anyway and using 35 degrees was close enough, as it wasn't a huge distance. If I was dealing with miles and not a few hundred feet, it would have been a problem. Quote Link to comment
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