[Loadstone] My first post

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Wed Jan 17 01:18:05 GMT 2007

The lower mainland is a pretty big place, what latitude/longitude are you 
interested in? If you are trying to use the point share exchange to download 
points then if you have a gps receiver you can get your current position by 
using the 5 and 6 keys or give the area exporter a try. The area exporter 
will let you choose what to download by area, this should work quite well 
for the lower mainland since we have a lot of data for that.

On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, ryan fleury wrote:

> Hi I am back on the list again. I am trying to find out how to figure out
> the longtitude and lat of the lower mainland. I have briefly looked at the
> documentation and plan to do more but for now can someone tell me what the
> long and lat are for the lower mainland? Thanks Ryan
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