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[ANN] MacGPS Pro supports BSB 4 and Stentec Nautical charts

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Old August 8th 04, 06:53 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Lawrence James
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Default [ANN] MacGPS Pro supports BSB 4 and Stentec Nautical charts

James Associates announces the release of MacGPS Pro version 5.1.0.

MacGPS Pro now supports Maptech, Digital Ocean, Maptrax, and many other
BSB 4 charts in both Mac OS X and Classic. In addition, MacGPS Pro now
supports the popular DKW1800-Series-Complete Digital Charts of the Dutch
coastal waters by Stentec.

MacGPS Pro is a Macintosh software program for communicating with GPS
receivers and viewing your position on moving digital maps and charts. It
allows import of waypoints, routes, and background maps or charts from a
wide variety of sources. It supports NMEA 0183 input from serial port and
Bluetooth GPS receivers. Waypoints, Routes, and Tracklogs can be
graphically generated and edited for use on the Mac, or for transfer to
and from Garmin and Magellan GPS receivers.

You can get more information on MacGPS Pro by visiting our web site at

James Associates is a Macintosh software company located in the Rocky
Mountains just west of Boulder, Colorado USA.

Stentec is a digital marine chart publisher located in the Netherlands.

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