I tried to follow this and must not be smart enough to figure out
exactly how you did this. I tried using the Garmin POI loader working
off of a modified GPX file, but I can only seem to make if "kind of work".
If you use the POI loader it converts the .GPX file into a .GPI file
and puts it on the SDcard. These POI's don't show up on the map, or
in the "Favorites", instead they show up in ?custom POI? (I don't
have the Garmin in front of me).
Please tell me more of what and how you did this!
Thanks for the idea!
>One trick I have discovered recently is that I can use the Garmin POI
>Loader to create a list of "Favorites" such as Home, my parents, family,
>along with directories of special interest sites such as weather spotter
>locations, or special event check points in a POI file.
>If you store POIs in the Nuvi memory, they get whacked along with the
>the Favorites created from the Tracker2. The trick is to save the POI
>file to a SD card in the Nuvi, after you save the file to the Nuvi take
>it out and enable the write protect tab. Now when you select Delete
>All, you will still have your non-APRS sites in the POI file. When you
>select a POI, it is copied into the Favorite list.
>I usually clear my Favorites each morning, so this has been of real use
>to me. - Joe W0PWJ