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Boat Lanes for Lake Fork on Garmin #13127453 04/18/19 06:27 PM
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Hey ya'll,

I know this has been posted before but I need help getting my boat lanes to show up correctly.
I have been looking around and is it possible to not have the Garmin draw lines between every waypoint?

Thanks,

Moritz Chevrolet - 9101 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX - Monte Coon (817) 696-2003
Re: Boat Lanes for Lake Fork on Garmin [Re: Ranger518.] #13127664 04/18/19 10:46 PM
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Garmin users need to call Garmin Support. Saying goes like "The squeaking wheel gets the grease".

Garmin unit software does not support the GPX Track-Segmentation standard. Humminbird and Lowrance units do. Very surprising that a GPS company like Garmin fails to do this. Garmin knows of this problem and it has been over more than 1 1/2 years...

Boatlanes for Fork, Sam Rayburn and Lake o' the Pines tracks have track-segmentation, so Garmin units will not display correctly.

Lori Vick has a workaround for this Garmin problem. However, the workaround is only for the previous version of Fork Boatlanes.

The current version of Fork Boatlanes would create more than the 50 tracks maximum that Garmin units support. The current Fork Boatlanes was release after September, 2018 and contains 20-30 additional trails from the previous version.

Please call Garmin. . . .


Last edited by LittleGazoo; 04/18/19 10:48 PM.
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