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  • Streets and Trips on composite (pic)

    If anyone is wondering how it looks on a composite 7" here you go. Here's a pic of Streets and Trips 2005 on a composite monitor, map font set to large, and driving directions set to 14 pt. Windows is at 640x480 with large fonts and icons. I used it to get me from Vancouver, BC, to a hotel in Newport, OR. It worked quite well for me and I didn't have much trouble reading it.



  • #2
    Wow thats not bad at all!
    [SIZEundefinedundefined=5]Manny[/SIZE]

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    • #3
      Sweet!

      Looks great! Mine should be here Tuesday! I can't wait.

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      • #4
        I've used streets and trips for years on a 5.6" composite screen and it did it's job just fine.

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        • #5
          Yea the only problem is you have to start gps tracking, change font size, and set your gps options each time you start the program. I keep it on my carputer for the sake of having maps and use iguidance for my gps function.
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          • #6
            Mine didn't have to do that. Just set everything the way you like, file -> save to whatever format it's in (haven't used it since I got Routis a year ago). Change your shortcut to open the saved file rather than the program.

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            • #7
              doesnt work like that in 05
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