- Hi I had a bit of a look in the shop today at Magallen s product, MapSendMessage 1 of 2 , Oct 1, 2002View SourceHi
I had a bit of a look in the shop today at Magallen's product, MapSend
While I am particularly interested in the Australian state based CD-ROM, I
am interested to hear from anyone who has used the product as a CD tool
(rather than downloading to GPS).
My thoughts where to use it for producing "how to get there" mud-maps and
handout maps for walks I lead for Perth Bushwalkers Club as well as a
reasonable map of country WA.
My current practice is to photocopy the section I want, mark in the planned
walk and photocopy. And with the "how to get there" maps, to just hand draw
MapSend would make this process easier and allow me to produce colour maps.
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- As an owner of a meridian and mapsend Topo for the US, I can say its pretty much junk. It works well on the GPS, but for use as a primary mapping software itsMessage 2 of 2 , Feb 24, 2003View SourceAs an owner of a meridian and mapsend Topo for the US, I can say its pretty much junk. It works well on the GPS, but for use as a primary mapping software its not particularly good. The maps are no where near as detailed as USGS maps (this may mean nothing to you). If I were you, I'd look into getting third party mapping software, such as OziExplorer, which I think can handle data from australian maps. Its more complicated than mapsend, but much more powerful for generating your own maps.