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Old 08-18-2013, 01:44 PM
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2013 navigation system map scolling

Has anyone found a good way of doing it, somtimes I like to find spots to stop on the road. On our Garmin it worked great but not with this thing, it's hard to get the map to move.

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Saw this the other day, but have to go try this myself.

I remember the last time I played around with it, I think it tried to make it a POI (point of interest) wherever I touched the map... I'll get back to you....
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I played with some more and I did get to work a little better but it's still a little unhandy (I'm being nice).

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I've been trying this out, and found that it's not all that bad.

When I want to drag the map around, I first touch the screen and HOLD it for a second or two. THEN drag where I want it to go.

Doesn't do anything strange for me. Just recenters the map where I want it to be.
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I will try that, I have been trying to scroll it like I did my Garmin and my tablet. I did fire my Garmin back up so I could get the altitude reading that Ford left off the 2013 nav system.

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