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Memory Map: A User’s Guide – Part 7

Updated for Memory Map v6 – December 2015 Working with the Mobile Version You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 6: Importing and Exporting Data Part 7 of this parallel user guide covers the use of MM on a mobile device. This is one of the...

A circular route in MM 7

Memory Map: A User’s Guide – Part 4

Updated for Memory Map v6 – December 2015 Working with Routes, Tracks, Marks & Overlays You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 3 – The Icon Ribbon Part 4 of this parallel user’s guide covers working with routes and tracks and the rather odd way of...

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Memory Map: A User’s Guide – Part 3

Updated for Memory Map v6 – December 2015 The Icon Ribbon You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 2 – Getting Started Part 3 of this parallel user’s guide covers the function of the Icon Toolbar and tries to explain some of the new names and...

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Memory Map: A User’s Guide – Part 2

Updated for Memory Map v6 – December 2015 Getting Started You can find the previous part of this guide here: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 of this parallel user’s guide covers the basics of using Memory Map and moving around the map screen – something that definitely takes some...

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Memory Map: A User’s Guide – Part 1

Updated for Memory Map v6 – December 2015 I’ve been a Memory Map user for several years now and I’ve helped quite a few people get to grips with the idiosyncrasies of the program, because although it’s a Windows application, it doesn’t behave like one in several important ways. The...

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Memory Map v6 Announced

In October 2005, Memory Map launched v5 of their digital mapping product. At that time they moved away from naming their versions after the year they were released and it only took a couple of years to see why! Here we are, over 10 years on and they have just...

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Lakeland Fells Map

A while ago I spent some time creating a wall map of the Lakeland Fells. I wanted something I could hang on the wall, something that would help me track my progress through all the Lake District hill lists and above all, something that looked good. In short, something that...

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Ordnance Survey Map Wall

A few months ago I decided to dedicate one wall of my office – the big wall – to a map wall. This is the result… Sorry about the stupid fuse box, but I haven’t figured out how to hide that yet!

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Walking LEJOG Route

I was having a play with Google Maps this morning and I asked it for the driving directions from Land’s End to John O’Groats – it gave me the obvious route, covering about 837 miles and about 16 hours driving time. I then thought it would be interesting to see...

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Smartphones on the Hills – Part 2

There’s been quite a lot of criticism recently, from various quarters, about hill walkers relying on mobile phones for navigation and then getting into trouble and having to be rescued. As I recently wrote an article on using your smartphone on the hills, I thought it may be worthwhile looking...