Hello All
I have been using osm for several years and found it to be fantastic, I have got France Spain and Italy on JaVaWa with no problem , When I get the map I use the manual tile selector so there is no overlap in the maps. I am planning a trip to Hungary this summer so need Germany Austria and Hungary , I got Germany ok but Austria and Hungary show up with segment code errors that confict with some that are I France and when I view the maps on my gps All I get Is the base map from the gps on all the conflicting tiles, so my question is - is it possible to fix these segment code errors so I can use all the maps ? I tried the repair function on JaVaWa but it did not work.

Thanks in Advance Tim.

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aseerel4c26 ♦


this is about OSM-based maps on Garmin, right? I have added a tag.

(28 Apr '16, 21:23) aseerel4c26 ♦

The question seems to be about some proprietary software. Not sure how this is related to OSM and how we are supposed to help.

(29 Apr '16, 08:09) scai ♦

It's not clear from the question exactly what you did - it just says "segment code errors that confict". That's almost like saying "there's a problem with my car; can you fix it?" without giving any information about the problem.

There are multiple ways of getting maps onto Garmin devices - there are many different download sites, and you can of course generate your own. If you did that with a combined input file containing the data you want I bet you wouldn't get this problem.

(29 Apr '16, 09:35) SomeoneElse ♦

Hello All Having looked at most of the internet it seems that segment code errors cant be fixed all you can do is download the maps on a separate computer and put them on a separate card. Tim.

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