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  • Does the trial version of Centrafuse have working navigation as well?

    Does the trial version of Centrafuse have working navigation as well? I've been trying to get it to work with no avail. I use iGuidance and have no problem, so I wasn't sure if it was something I was doing, or just didn't work on the trial version.

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    no maps for trial version, probably because of piracy reasons.

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    • #3
      That makes sense. Thanks for the response. I just wanted to make sure that the GPS program was not activated for the trial version, and that I was not making an error somewhere.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Startingline13 View Post
        That makes sense. Thanks for the response. I just wanted to make sure that the GPS program was not activated for the trial version, and that I was not making an error somewhere.
        In CF trial and Standard are not included maps. It have fully working demo maps(New yourk and Berlin if Im right). Also navigation engine is same as in Navigation version but without maps...

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        • #5
          Not being able to try the maps and see how the navigation works while driving around are holding me back from buying CentraFuse.

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          • #6
            I'm sure you can read plenty reviews on the destinator engine - don't let something this small keep out of your hands arguably the best frontend available
            F6 Tornado Project Log ; HP Blackbird Watercooled Server

            Beta Tester for Centrafuse and 3dConnexion (No business affiliation with either)

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            • #7
              It hasn't for me. My trial finally expired, so I picked up Centrafuse with the Nav today. Just haven't tried out the nav yet, still downloading the maps.

              I've been very satisfied with it thus far. Looks a bit more professional than RR, but it is certainly more responsive than RR as well.

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