Re: [GarminGPSMAP60C_60CS] City Select to Blue Chart
- You may have to "hide" the city select map to be able to see the blue chart map.Unfortunately the maps do not overlay each other on this gps.If I recall, while viewing the map screen, press menu, then setup map, then scroll over to the maps menu and then press the menu key again to pop up a window where you can select which maps are visible.Someone else can correct me if I'm wrong on how to get to the window because I don't have my gps in front of me.//ChuckOn Jul 31, 2007, at 2:56 PM, jamerault wrote:
Thx Chuck but I did exactly that and even “turned off” (“show”=unchecked) the street maps so that only the Blue Chart ones were checked and still no display of depth, wrecks, buoys, etc. which I clearly see on the originating map on my laptop.
I’ve never used (or even seen) bluechart- but I do know there is a marine/land view mode somewhere in the map setup menu. Perhaps you could have a look and see if you can find it – that might do what you want.
- --- In GarminGPSMAP60C_60CS@yahoogroups.com, "Jim Amerault"
> Thx Chuck but I did exactly that and even "turned off"
> the street maps so that only the Blue Chart ones were checked andstill no
> display of depth, wrecks, buoys, etc. which I clearly see on theoriginating
> map on my laptop.Be sure you have map "Details" set to the highest setting - I believe
that is "Most"
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