john at chessplayer.demon.co.uk
Wed Aug 9 10:44:06 BST 2006
Hi Jim Well you do have to laugh I was tuning a piano in a large
hospital when I got lost in the grounds I phoned up the porter to
come and rescue me. he said where are you and I said I don't know
"smile" At 20:00 08/08/2006, you wrote:
>This is great, first when I was born I got a name, then I grew up and I
>was given a number and now I am turned in to a red dot. Soon I'll be in
>the ground and the number filed away, the red no longer of use to me and
>I'll be given a plot.
>Sorry Just had to get a little humor in today. Now for the product I
>have had no problems with the latest version of the loadstone gps. I'll
>be importing more points today and will let you know how that goes. For
>some reason I do not see the save points option nore the rout option in
>my menu structure. I have not seen ever since I started using the
>product. I will have another go this afternoon and give you better details.
>John Gallagher wrote:
> > Hi list
> > maps are difficult to make work with a blind orientated product as
> > they are so visual. the braille note gps which is really sendero
> > group gps took ages to get maps working. I think it is a bit like
> > labelling a graphic.
> > in most cases a gps system has you as a red dot on a screen and it is
> > all visual. I think maps could be very difficult to get right.
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