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Topic # 8133 6-Jun-2006 15:44
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This redesign looks like it uses some java that Pocket IE cannot render on my Apache.
I was using their previous website fine, and it was just GREAT!, No maps needed in my car.
Now I am forced to purchase a third party browser, better trial it first to see if it works with Netfront or Opera Mobile, anyone had any experience with these and Wises new site?





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Reply # 37835 6-Jun-2006 16:12
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You are right... Just tested Wises and it won't show the map on a Pocket PC, only the "LOADING" image. Zoomin is not better either. Google Maps show a map, but address lookup doesn't exist for New Zealand...

They all work on the desktop though, but I think Zoomin is (currently) the best one for New Zealand...





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  Reply # 37839 6-Jun-2006 17:16
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have you tried AA's SmartMap?




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  Reply # 37852 6-Jun-2006 21:37
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none of the above work on PDA's, Only one works on my home PC, wises which is buggy at best of times.

the mappers I know of are]

Google maps, ZoomIn, AA, Wises, Tumonz Java map

if anyone knows of some "lite" ones or even others it would be appreciated.


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Reply # 37854 6-Jun-2006 22:06
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Yes, paradoxsm is right... None of these works on a PDA. Shame, wises was good as a PDA-friendly (not really, but it worked) map site. I used it a few times while out and about...




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