RE: [tracker2] Nuvi 350 question
Someone sent me a link for the user’s manual and its on page 10 to be able to find a place with lat long.
Thanks to all who answered!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Patrick
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2008 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: [tracker2] Nuvi 350 question
If I remember correctly you can view the lat and lon by touching and holding on the
satellite strength graph at the top of the map screen... It will open up a display
showing you the satellites visible, the location of the sun and moon in the sky, as well
as the current position..
On Wed, 5 Nov 2008 10:44:00 -0500, Randy Love wrote
> My Nuvi 360 does allow you to enter a lat/lon in either dd.mmm or ddwrote:
> mm ss format.
> Also, if you are at the location, you can save your current location
> to your favorites and rename it.
> I did that this last July, as I was giving support to an MS150 bike
> race, had the Nuvi but no full APRS in the car, so marked each rest
> stop as I came to them for future reference and return. It was a 2 day
> event, and the second day was much easier as they reused all the same
> rest stops ( in reverse order ).
> So, short answer, yes. As to how to do it exactly, I don't have my
> Nuvi in front of me to get the steps on paper. However, the Nuvi's
> don't have a 'pedestrian' mode, so I don't think it will be able to
> route you back to the site via trails very well.. :)
> On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 10:29 AM, Peter Dakota Summerhawk
> <commconinc@gmail. com>
> > Morning Crew,The
> > Can you enter in lat/long into the nuvi to be able to find a plot?
> > reason I ask is that when I am camping or hiking and find a spot suchas a
> > lake or place of interest it won't have an address.
> > Thanks
> > Peter Summerhawk
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