[GeoStL] Re: OziExplorer

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That will be awesome!  I appreciate all the help from everybody!



From: GLNash@xxxxxxxxxx
Reply-To: GLNash@xxxxxxxxxx
To: Mike Bollinger <lazylightning7@xxxxxxxxxxx>, CC: GC-RGS <gc-rgs@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [GeoStL] Re: OziExplorer
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 16:29:28 +0000 (GMT)


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Mike,

We have all these programs and will be coming to the event at the end od the month.If you want, I think we can bring copies of all these programs for you to evaluate. The easiest to deal with is the garmin softwaye. Just hook GPS to the computer, move your waypoints to it and go..

the most powerful is map point but the learning curve is steep and it is not a simle hook up and go affair.

glenn


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> Hey Glenn, thanks for the response.
>
> I just downloaded gsak and they were recommending oziexplorer for
> mapping. What I am looking for is a program (preferably free or really
> cheep) to run on my laptop (with garmin attached) to show the info that
> is on the screen of the garmin (moving current location, caches, map
> w/streets-topos). My 40-something eyes have trouble looking at the
> garmin & the road at the same time (at least that's what the cop said!)
>
> I am going to try out gsak (it looks like a good GPX management tool),
> the only complaint with watcher is that I can't output waypoints to the
> garmin without going over to EasyGPS. Seems like one program should be
> able to do both.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: geocaching-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:geocaching-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Glenn
> Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2004 10:29 PM
> To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [GeoStL] Re: OziExplorer
>
>
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> i messed with oxExplorer quite some time ago and I didn't know what to
> do
> with it then but it looked pretty good.
>
> the watcher/expertGPS is a good combination and I am quickly becoming to
>
> really like the GSAK http://gsak.geocaching.com.au/ program. It is
> like
> watcher and several programs combined. the next revision will have the
> waypoint download to the GPSr's that the easy gps has. I am liking it a
> lot
> for a watcher type of program. (it free too)
>
> Still, the easiest way to grab a bunch of waypoints and quickly put them
> on
> a topo or aerial map is expert gps.
>
> I messed with quakemap that does map imports but i am not as handy with
> it
> as i am with expertGps.
>
> gln
>
>
> At 10:17 PM 1/6/2004, Mike Bollinger wrote:
>
> >Is anyone using OziExplorer. I was reading about it and it sounds
> >good. But since it costs $, I'm not so sure I can't find freeware to
> do
> >the same. (Hey I'm cheep, we homeschool our kids and I have to watch
> >$) Does anyone have info about it or suggestions of other freeware?
> I'm
> >currently using Watcher and EasyGPS.
>
> ----------------
> Glenn
>
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