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Humviewer and waypoints #10123738
07/09/14 09:29 PM
07/09/14 09:29 PM
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Does anyone know anything about transferring waypoints from humviewer to a humminbird unit?


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Re: Humviewer and waypoints [Re: CrankBait1007] #10124838
07/10/14 05:24 AM
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Use the command File->Export to export waypoints from Humviewer. You can export .CSV, .KML or .GPX file. Choose to export a .GPX file, then use HumminbirdPC to open this file to create the SD-card to import into your unit.

FYI: Humviewer has a bug exporting waypoint files. If you choose to export into the directory C:\X\Y\Z\waypointfile.gpx, then Humviewer will create this file in C:\X\Y\waypointfile.gpx

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