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I used to download maps from this site: http://www.openfietsmap.nl/downloads/worldwide to install on basecamp for my mac. Since I upgraded to el Capitan, this does no longer work. I tried some suggestions from this forum, including renaming the folder .gmap to .gmapi, but no success.

Does anyone know what changed and what I should do to adapt to that?

best regards,


asked 21 Apr '16, 14:04

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closed 21 Apr '16, 20:35

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aseerel4c26 ♦

Is your problem the same as the older question (I've inserted a link)? Then please let's stay over there. Please use "add new comment" to answer.

(21 Apr '16, 20:03) aseerel4c26 ♦

Yes, you are right. it's the same problem. I guess there is no solution?

(21 Apr '16, 20:14) Steno

Thanks for your response. Sorry, Mac and basecamp is not in my knowledge area. Let's wait, maybe someone else has a clue (at the older question entry). Just for explanation: This help site is not a normal "forum" with discussion threads, but has "question" entries with "answers" and "comments" (also see FAQ). We try to collect the solution information preferably in one place to make it easier for other with the same problem to find the solution.

(21 Apr '16, 20:36) aseerel4c26 ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by aseerel4c26 21 Apr '16, 20:35

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