How can I enter the path "E:\maps\osm-bbox-XXXXX.bin" into navit.xml? The system is a tablet with windows 10 and E: is a sdcard. I entered it and I only get an empty space instead of the maps.

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Hi, this is the osm help forum.
I expect you need to ask on one of the Navit help sites
https://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/Contacts#Forum

(26 Dec '21, 10:23) nevw

Unfortunately it is not possible to create an account on the navit forum.

(26 Dec '21, 16:48) walumg
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@nevw: as Navit is an OSM-based router maintained by community members it is appropriate to ask here. @walumg: I havent used Navit in a while, and only have Android devices, so can't test this to provide suggestions.

(27 Dec '21, 14:23) SK53 ♦

I have given up on navit. I found out that it does read the path to my maps but it does not show the map. I have downloaded nearly 7 GB of a map in the format OSM_BBOX_*.bin as required by navit. Is there any other program which at least allows me to view this map format offline on windows 10? A GPS navigator would be even better.

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I installed navigator 21 which uses OSM maps. But it downloads them in the .mca format. How can I convert the .bin files to '.mca files?

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