[Loadstone] Thanks Shawn, Monty et al

Kevin Schweikert kevins7 at chartermi.net
Mon Sep 11 21:36:49 BST 2006

I am a little confused.
If you mark points, and then close loadstone, the points you marked aren't 
marked when you bring up loadstone again, are they?  I made a root going 
down to the pool from my house.  If these marked points stay marked then I 
wouldn't need the root, would I?  Seems like they weren't marked, and that 
is why I made the root.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Monty Lilburn" <monty at loadstone-gps.com>
To: "General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program" 
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Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 11:30 AM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Thanks Shawn, Monty et al

> Hello,
> Aeden, I am glad you are now up and running with Loadstone.A couple of
> corrections to your post in case people are trying to learn in real-time
> to these posts or the archives...
> I will respond below///
> On Sat, 9 Sep 2006, Aedan O'Meara wrote:
>> Also Monty referred to a "Find point" setting under "exploration" mode 
>> when
>> in fact this only appears in "Navigation" mode.
> In responding to your original post I assumed you had already followed the
> instructions on how to acquire  point data for your area since your
> questiones  involved creating routes, and editting already existing point
> information.  When you have a populated points database you do indeed have
> access to the "Find Point" function in the Options/Funtion Menu.  Without
> any point data this option will not appear as there is nothing to find.
>> My opinion now that I got over the blank wall is that this is a fab piece 
>> of
>> work. I am very impressed with the info on all the keys in exploration 
>> mode
>> and how one can cruise about the points recorded in navigation mode even
>> without the sat reciever turned on. If you wish I would like to type up a
>> beginners guide to getting started with this program.
> As a point of clarification, I believe you are getting "Navigation mode"
> and "Exploration mode" confused with each other.  Easily done when just
> learning the program!!!
> A beginners guide is in the works and will feature on the web site in the
> very near future!
> Best regards,
>   Monty
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