Review: MapSend Topo 3D USA
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Reviewed by Ryan McLaughlin on 07/23/2005
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  • sleeper

    I have to agree that this software has limited use for trails etc. I use my explorist xl for atv riding in Oregon and many of the gravel roads are not on the topo map or they are there but with no label. this is not so bad because I bought the gps and software to make my own trail maps, but here is the catch. this software does not alow you to pic the color of the trails you map (they are light orange on a yellow background) and it does not allow you to modify the maps. You can not place lables next to roads that you know the name of. I know I can transfer the file and do it in another program but for the price you would think that with a simple right click you could do some of these basic things.


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  • Tom Unruh

    After buying a Triton 500, I now realize that there is zero hiking software for this device. The NatGeo is so limited in map size as to be useless, and AccuTerra Rocky Mountain Region is so full of bugs as to be dangerous, as well as not nearly detailed enough. So now we see that even MapSend has deleted the vital trails, springs, etc. that I would need to survive here in the Arizona desert. My Triton is an expensive useless toy. My old Map 330 still has what I need. OK, Magellan, you cheat me once, shame on you. Twice, shame on me. Hello Garmin.

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