AnswerID: 421572 Submitted: Sunday, Jun 20, 2010 at 18:49
Sand Man is on the right track.
With the SD card in the PC's card reader:
Saving tracks on the PC: Cllick on "Save" button and click on "Save tracks to file". Change the file name as required and press "Save".
Open up Windows Explorer. Have a look at the structure of the Oziexplorer
folders on the PC and the Ozi folders on the SD card. They are the same. Move a copy of the .plt and .trk files from the Data folder on the PC to Data folder on the SD card.
With the SDcard in the VMS
Loading the Waypoints: Open the Open File Menu and select Waypoints. Select the "Import WPs from file". Scroll and or select the file you stored the waypoints in on the PC and press OK. Close the menu with the 'x'.
Loadind the track file: Open the Open File Menu and select Track Log. Select the "Import track tail file". Scroll and or select the file you stored the tracks in on the PC and press OK. Close the menu with the 'x'.
Map & Data Files menu.
To display the tracks: Open the View menu and select Tracks. Depress "Show" to display the tracks on the screen.
I forgot the last step fthe first few times.
Hope this helps.
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FollowupID: 691947 Submitted:
Sunday, Jun 20, 2010 at 18:59
One more bit may help.
I was happy to see that when you have the SD card connected to the PC you can get at the help file for OziCE that stored in the \Ozi\Help folder on the card. Double click on the file "ozice_d_help.chm" with Windows Explorer and it displays quite nicely on the PC. Its a compiled HTML file and works a treat. Have a squi8z even if just out of curiosity. I moved a copy to the PC myself and printed a few pages for the car. It also displays well in the VMS
It is one of the easiest help files I have read in ages. Well done to the Ozi team. Looked at it from a users point of view not a designers/engineers side. Excellent.
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