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I've put together an app that works with OziExplorer and supports Irish Grid, it acts as an overlaid keyboard for Ozi explorer and gives you a Garmin style GPS arrow over the top of the moving map and ways to add/edit/delete waypoints among other things.

I wrote it because I found OziExplorer too fiddly to use with a touchscreen in competition so put it together as a touchscreen overlay aimed specifically at challenge navigation.

I mentioned this on another discussion about X Nav so maybe that was where the connection was made ?

cheers

Dave

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X-Nav doesn't currently support Irish Grid - but when I get half an hour to my self - there is no reason it could not.

I was planning a bit of a Mk2 with a few extra features later in the year anyway.

Si

Hi Simon, Thanks for the reply, looking forward to the upgrade

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I've put together an app that works with OziExplorer and supports Irish Grid, it acts as an overlaid keyboard for Ozi explorer and gives you a Garmin style GPS arrow over the top of the moving map and ways to add/edit/delete waypoints among other things.

I wrote it because I found OziExplorer too fiddly to use with a touchscreen in competition so put it together as a touchscreen overlay aimed specifically at challenge navigation.

I mentioned this on another discussion about X Nav so maybe that was where the connection was made ?

cheers

Dave

Hi Dave I use Ozi already with calibrated Irish Os maps, could I get a copy of your programme to work on my touchscreen laptop? beer tokens/donation to site which ever you prefer.

K

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The intention is to release it as freeware once I've stopped adding new stuff to it.

I've got to finalise a version in the next week or so so I can make sure it's working OK before the Muddy Truckers. Anyone interested in a test version PM your email address, screen resolution (so I can pre-check the button placement). I've only tested it on XP so far as that's what my Nav PC runs.

cheers

Dave

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