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    Slaya,
    I have an idea for the onscreen keyboard issue. Let me do a little experimenting, and I'll see what I can come up with.
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    iGuidance only has a 7 day trial period. I found out when I installed it. As far as I know they don't give it to you unless you buy the full version, which I highly recommend.

    As far as integrating it with RR, I have yet to do it, but haven't spent alot of time on it as it works good without integrating it.
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    Roadrunner supports iGuidance integration out of the box. It's much nicer than opening a new window for nav. But like i said, i think Street Atlas has a better ui, only lacking on-screen keyboard support and seemless integration with road runner.

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    Hmm, I must be doing something wrong as when I try to access it through RR it cuts off my buttons or something, can't use it anyway. Can't remember as I haven't tried it since last year.
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    There is a thread in the FAQ showing you exactly how to get it to integrate properly.. If you're interested i'll post the link

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    This looks interesting... has anyone thought to try and use the Garmin overlay? I have no idea if it's for Garmin only or hardcoded like that...but if not it may work for this and be able to provide an on-screen keyboard much the same way as skinners do it for Garmin now.

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