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  Reply # 377980 8-Sep-2010 19:46
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Yeah i didn't realise they had the margins to do discounts on a single item, not bad. That is an additional 8% discount of the lowest price.




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  Reply # 380992 17-Sep-2010 05:35
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kiwitrc: Last trip overseas I used Mobile Atlas Creator to download maps I wanted and then used them offline on Brut Maps.


what's the hack you are talking about here?

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  Reply # 380997 17-Sep-2010 06:35
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momoslover:
kiwitrc: Last trip overseas I used Mobile Atlas Creator to download maps I wanted and then used them offline on Brut Maps.


what's the hack you are talking about here?


Sorry mistake, I used rmaps not brut maps. There is a youtube video on using Mobile Atlas Creator

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  Reply # 381178 17-Sep-2010 12:01
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look for an app called "-maps" minus maps, this also stores its own cache at any zoom level, nz open maps or gmaps, very good

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