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In general I try to keep the installation on Mac OSx as simple as possible. And in general it's no more difficult compared to Windows. However some things might not be easy at the first time, so here comes an installation with screenshots for each step (mind I personally don't have a mac, so I took the screenshots from a remote computer running OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) and Basecamp v. This is a guide for Dummies, so it is quite long. You will actually find all of this very easy I hope and keep in mind, this guide is written for people who never used Garmin format maps on their Mac. If you have experience with other maps, You will only need to read through Step 1, Step 2 and Step 5.
However you might find the general information at the end useful too. Note I took the screenshots with openmtbmap, but for velomap all folders are simply called velo instead of mtb, but the rest is the same.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • • Prerequisites: So as a prerequisite get Basecamp 4.0.4 or newer from here: This should include, Garmin MapManager for Mac, and Garmin MapInstall for Mac. We need all three programs installed to continue. If they are not included in Basecamp download (seems to be the case lately) - get them from here: If I talk about right-click, I mean secondary click. If you don't know how to do that on your Mac, google it up - you miss out on many features without it in general.
(In general it is done by CTRL & Click if you have only 1 mouse button) 1. Step - Download - then Unarchive Maps: You will need Unarchiver (or any other unarchive program with support for lzma2!) to unarchive your downloaded maps, Get unarchiver here: During the setup, the settings page should popup, tick: '7-zip Archvie' - as shown below. During install, also make sure that under 'Extract archives to: Same folder as the archive' --->Create a new folder for the extracted files: either 'Never' or 'Only if there is more than one top-level item' is selected. Then just doubleclick on the mtbCOUNTRY_macosx.7z (in this example mtbtawain_macosx.7z).
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It will be extracted as mtbtaiwan.gmap. Step - Install the map: Double Click on the unarchived download. It is called veloCOUNTRY.gmap respectively mtbCOUNTRY.gmap for openmtbmap (COUNTRY standing for the country you downloaded).
Note on newer Mac OSx version doubleclick may not open MapManager - use right click instead - then select 'open with Garmin MapManager'. Now you will see MapManager pop up. Click on the blue button to continue.
You will see the mapname again Usually, but not always, once installed MapManager will popup - here you can see the full name of the map (in this case openmtbmap_taiwan_) and on the right site the place where it is installed to - this place is /Users/YOUR_USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Garmin/Maps/mtbtaiwan (taiwan in our example, germany would be mtbgermany, and so on). If we click on an entry, and then rightclick, we could uninstall a map from here. Also we can open the installation directory for any map from here - which is very useful and needed later on. If it doesn't pop up, installation should have been successful too. Here you can see all your installed maps, and if you want to remove a map, open MapManager, right click on the map, and Remove/Uninstall it.
In case of Problems: If on clicking on veloCOUNTRY.gmap (COUNTRY is a placeholder here for the name of the country - e.g. Germany or Taiwan) the package is opened in Finder (or your File explorer) - instead of MapManager popping up here is what to do: First Try: Open Garmin MapManager, and find the velpCOUNTRY.gmap folder you want to install - and open it from within Garmin MapManager! (see Prerequisites about Garmin MapManager installation) Second Try: If installation from within Garmin MapManager should fail too (I don't know why it would) - you can move veloCOUNTRY.gmap into the following folder: /Users/YOUR_USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Garmin/Maps/ Alternatively you can install them to: /Library/Application Support/Garmin/Maps/ (top level - not inside your user folder). Both Locations are perfectly fine - but best only use one of them for all of your maps.
If you have the same country map in both locations - you are asking for trouble. (also see the map manager Screenshot above - actually MapManager does nothing else than move the.gmap package (folder) for you - once it is placed there - it will be found by Basecamp). Delete Basecamp Cache If you open the map before it's fully installed - Basecamp may cache an empty map: to delete cache – clear: ~/Library/Caches/com.garmin.BaseCamp/TileCache ~ being your home folder. You can do this from Terminal using the command /bin/rm -r ~/Library/Caches/com.garmin.BaseCamp/TileCache/* 3. Step: Use the map with Garmin Basecmap for Mac When you startup Garmin Basecamp for Mac, it will show you the last installed map (or the map you last used Basecamp with). In our case - this is the map of Taiwan.
Now you can zoom in and work with the map just like any other map. If it's your first time, best play around a bit and read the manual if you're unsure. All maps support autorouting - I recommend you to use the 'routing-function'. It's the easiest and quickest way to create routes. I recommend to set the profile to 'Car' (German Auto) or 'Bicycling' for best results - Read through here for understanding how the Velomap works with and which avoidances you should activate/deactivate. - here you can see a quick sample route. After planning wit the Routing-Function, you can finetune the route using the Select Function and drag it around like on Google Maps.
If you want to switch between maps (this will only work if your have several maps installed) - make sure you got the MapSelector Tool in the Basecamp iconbar active, it is not active by default - here is how it looks - Globale Karte (third item from the left in the top list), you will have to get it from the toolbar menu with all items. I also recommend you to put the Routing-Function (here Routen-Funktion) from the very top right on the screenshot into your toolbuttons active all the time (I put it besides the map selector). You might also find the Track-Function very handy: 4.
Step: Choose the layout of the Maps The Openmtbmap currently comes with 6 different Map Layouts - unluckily this is not as easy to choose on Mac. But I tried to make the selection as easy as possible. Please read up which layout(s) best suit you here in the: or First - Open the installation folder. The place of installation you can find out with Garmin MapManager. It should be: /Users/YOUR_USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Garmin/Maps/mtbtaiwan.gmap (taiwan in our example, germany would be mtbgermany, and so on) - You can do so by Opening Garmin MapManager, and clicking onto 'Show in Finder' (here Im Finder anzeigen) Then rightclick on the map (in this case mtbtaiwan.gmap): and choose 'Show Package Content' - it should the third entry. In German on the example here it is 'Paketinhalt zeigen'.
Now the Map Package will open (note, that in principle any map package is just a simple folder, but Garmin MapManager makes you see it as a so called package - with Finder alternatives like MuCommander you can just open the map package, without right-click): Here you see how the Mapinstallation folder looks like. In the 'Layout Files' section - the different map layouts are saved. Open the folder Layout Files, then choose the desired Layout folder (e.g. Classic_Layout), go into it, and copy the typXX.TYP file. Go up again to the main folder (mtbtaiwan.gmap) and just paste it in, overwriting the old (in this case) typtw.TYP. Here is a quick overview about the folders inside Layout_Files: a) Two folders to enable/disable showing the contourlines.
'Integrate Contourlines' with an Info.xml inside to enable the contourlines and 'Remove_Contourlines with an Info.xml to disable the contourlines in the map. Just copy/paste the Info.xml from here to the main folder, i.e. Mtbtaiwan.gmap and overwrite the Info.xml in there. By default the contourlines are active for all maps that have contourlines integrated and not in a separate download of course.
B) The map layout folders with a.TYP file inside.
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