I was able to sign in and my saved trips are there.
That's what I'm talking about. I use mapsource and it allows me to drag the line to another point. Harley ride planner also does it. Honda says it will, I'd like for them to show me how.
I will try that as I tried making short distances as Bullet Bob suggested and I still could not get it to work. I appreciate the help. I just may stick with Basecamp .....If you need to 'shape' a route between existing points --
-- add a point; it will add it to the end of the route
-- edit the point order in the text box on the LHS; for example, drg point D from the end of the list so that it is between points A and B
-- if the 'new' point is not in the desired location, drag it to shape the route
--if necessary, repeat with another point
If the route gets messed up, using the 'revert' button can delete the change so another attempt can be made.
The road is currently closed and the mapping program knows it... I've run into the same issue when attempting to pre-plan my trips through Yellowstone, Glacier, etc. Unfortunately, I haven't figured out a work-a-roundI am trying to get the software to allow me to add a route through Rocky Mountain National Park but it re-routes me to go around it. Any clues on how to deal with this?
No worries! I figured it out a couple years ago on the HD trip planner... I suppose the good news is that I've found that as soon as the road opens the maps you have already built will all of a sudden route you up and over the passes/parks.That makes sense. Trying to go through the Beartooth Pass rendered the same result. Thanks for chiming in!
Sorry to pester but you mentioned the Harley Route Planner. Do you see a difference between the two?No worries! I figured it out a couple years ago on the HD trip planner... I suppose the good news is that I've found that as soon as the road opens the maps you have already built will all of a sudden route you up and over the passes/parks.
Not a big difference, in fact they are more similar than they are different in my opinion... The HD planner allows for a couple additional features... For instance HD uses "waypoints" versus "stops", however I'm not sure that they are treated differently once uploaded to a GPS device. The HD version also allows for drag-and-drop, but you can basically just add a "stop" in the Honda version and accomplish the same thing. The HD version also allows you to avoid highways, dirt roads, toll roads, etc... but at the end of the day I think when the file is uploaded to the GPS, its the GPS device that recalculates the route based on the "waypoints" and/or "stops", so again, I'm not sure it's really all the much of a benefit.Sorry to pester but you mentioned the Harley Route Planner. Do you see a difference between the two?