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So am first admit being slow with all this teck stuff but I have read all the info I can find an clicked all the buttons an tab's I can find on screen on my memory map 3500 and I cant wipe off the saved track's route's it puts on as you cover the ground you must be able to do it. I've been wiping it clean and re installing the maps for the last year to get shot of the track log's as they start to cover the map no  help needed



-- Edited by pug on Sunday 12th of April 2015 03:56:42 PM

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Hi Pug

I don't have a 3500 but maybe the RA menu is similar.

On the RA the menu route is Menu->Overlay->Delete All and choose "Yes" and it will delete all the tracklogs and routes on the machine but leaves the maps.

If that doesn't help, and if no-one else gives you the answer, the PM jt on the DTRFG forum as he is a 3500 user and can certainly tell you wink

Good to see some GPS users on here biggrin

Memory Map and the RA transformed my trail riding. I can plan a route on MemMap using the DTRFG overlays (so that I know all the lanes I choose are legal and usable), load the route on the RA and go virtually anywhere in Devon and have a good day's trail riding in totally new territory.

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Thanks Brian it's not quite the same you cant get at all the tracklogs only one at a time by tapping them on screen then comes up with a pop up menu but no delete in the menu and i have tried all the options in that menu. it's a good bit of kit and as you say with the DTRFG overlays you can hit the lanes running. the main problem I have is seeing the dam thing I need me glasses to see it and cant see the road ahead with me glasses on what it is to get old no



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the main problem I have is seeing the dam thing I need me glasses to see it and cant see the road ahead with me glasses on what it is to get old no


I had my eyes lasered to give me long vision so I didn't have to wear specs under my goggles - which was a pain with all the steaming up. It worked fine until I started to use the RA which was a blur no

My solution was to buy some divers lenses - half moon bits of plastic that you wet and stick to the inside bottom of your goggles - problem solved!

An example here but they can be bought in from the States a lot cheaper!

Brian



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Ho yes just what I was looking for have just splashed out on a pair. you know the pain of glove's off swapping goggles-glasses-goggles gloves on all the time this could save a lot of fumbling  biggrinbiggrin

Thanks

 

Up date I have found out how to remove the tracks on the 3500 you cant but you can hide them so sorted now.....................

Pug



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Ho yes Lenses on the door step when I got home fitted in 10 min's and a quick spin on the bike now see the speedo and the satnav as well as the road ahead Brian best money I have spent in months have just ordered a 2nd set to put inside my Bad ass shade's I wear when I'm out on the Bad ass Harley Chopper
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Ho yes Lenses on the door step when I got home fitted in 10 min's and a quick spin on the bike now see the speedo and the satnav as well as the road ahead Brian best money I have spent in months have just ordered a 2nd set to put inside my Bad ass shade's I wear when I'm out on the Bad ass Harley Chopper
thanks lots

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I thought exactly the same when I discovered them Pug - brilliant bit of kit for us visually challenged folk wink 



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