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What does this mean? Maps to download?

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Hello, I'm new to Little Nav Map.

I'm using it for P3D and XP.  But when I run it I get this message box and when I click on the link it takes me to a bunch of maps and then I can download a lot of zip files.  Well, I downloaded one but have no idea where to put the files.  Can someone please tell me what I need to do next?

Any help will really be appreciated.

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Jack Sawyer

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Hi Jack!

Put the files in an own folder somewhere. In LNM go to options/cache and files and flightplan elevation profile. And there in Use offline Globe elevation data select your folder

 

/Thomas

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Do a quick search for the 'Flight Plan Elevation Profile' section in the manual for an explanation. The section shows a graphic and explains what to do with it.

 

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Ernest Pergrem

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1 hour ago, Seat* said:

Hi Jack!

Put the files in an own folder somewhere. In LNM go to options/cache and files and flightplan elevation profile. And there in Use offline Globe elevation data select your folder

 

/Thomas

ESNN

Thanks Thomas, I would but I don’t have an Options menu anywhere I can see 😞 


Jack Sawyer

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1 hour ago, airernie said:

Do a quick search for the 'Flight Plan Elevation Profile' section in the manual for an explanation. The section shows a graphic and explains what to do with it.

 

Thanks but I looked and don’t see where it tells me how to add these files.  I simply don’t understand how to import them or use them.  I must be dumb.


Jack Sawyer

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Assuming you're using the latest Beta version in the menu

  • Click on Tools - > Options. 
  • Select Cache and Files from the left menu. 
  • Click on 'Get the Free Globe elevation data here.' link.
  • Click on the All Tiles in One .zip file link which is below the map.
  • Save the zip file (all10g.zip) to a location on your computer.
  • Unzip the file to a location of your choosing on your computer.  Mine is in a Documents\Globe Elevation Data.
  • Go back to Tools -> Options, Cache and Files
  • Click on the radio button to the left of "Use Offline GLOBE Elevation Data".
  • Click on 'Select GLOBE Directory' to right of "Use Offline GLOBE Elevation Data".
  • Point it where you stored the downloaded data.
  • Click on OK at the bottom of the window you're good to go.
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Ernest Pergrem

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6 minutes ago, airernie said:

Assuming you're using the latest Beta version in the menu

  • Click on Tools - > Options. 
  • Select Cache and Files from the left menu. 
  • Click on 'Get the Free Globe elevation data here.' link.
  • Click on the All Tiles in One .zip file link which is below the map.
  • Save the zip file (all10g.zip) to a location on your computer.
  • Unzip the file to a location of your choosing on your computer.  Mine is in a Documents\Globe Elevation Data.
  • Go back to Tools -> Options, Cache and Files
  • Click on the radio button to the left of "Use Offline GLOBE Elevation Data".
  • Click on 'Select GLOBE Directory' to right of "Use Offline GLOBE Elevation Data".
  • Point it where you stored the downloaded data.
  • Click on OK at the bottom of the window you're good to go.

Thank you very much Ernest kind sir!  That did it, well written and easy to follow and I really appreciate it!


Jack Sawyer

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Always good to hear it worked.  🙂

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