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FAQs - Purchases from the RouteBuddy Store
You should receive your purchase receipt within two hours, though past experience has show us this normally takes just a few seconds (unless there is an issue with your chosen method of payment).
This happens for one of two reasons:
  • The email has gone into your Spam folder.
  • The email address was incorrectly entered.
You should receive your purchase receipt within two hours, though past experience has show us this normally takes just a few seconds (unless there is an issue with your chosen method of payment).
This happens for one of two reasons:
  • The email has gone into your Spam folder.
  • The email address was incorrectly entered.
FAQs - RouteBuddy Atlas Nav App
A few of these maps are fairly large in size and will take a while to download, please do not migrate away from the Buy screen until "Contacting Server" and "Downloading Files" have completed. As a guide, a 100MB map file will take in the region of 5 minutes to download on an average wifi connection.
- If you do migrate away from the download screen then you will need to remove Atlas from the iOS dock (see below) before starting Atlas again choosing the map you have already purchased, and selecting "Buy now" again for the map. You will be told you have already purchased and asked if you want to download again, agree to this and the download should start once contact with the server has been made. 

Be patient!
(Example: London and The Greater South East 50K Region map is 323MB and will take approximately 15-20 minutes to download.)
This means you haven't typed-in or, alternatively, copied and pasted it correctly.
- Note: The common cause of licence failure is mis-typing the code if you try to enter it manually, or mistyping your registered name. Always copy and paste but exclude the square brackets!
Sometimes you need to free up resources such as processing power or memory on your iPhone or other iOS device.
- Applications can run in the background on iOS; once launched and subsequently close they are moved to the multitasking dock and continue to require processor time, thereby slowing down the rest of the apps. (Some recently launched applications don't actually run anything in the background but an icon will still appear in the multitasking dock.)

To quit apps using the multitasking dock:
1. If you're currently in an application press the home button so you're starting from the home screen.
2. Double press the home button to bring up the multitasking dock.
3. Scroll left or right until the app you want to quit is visible in the dock.
4. Swipe the app you want to remove from dock upwards and out of the dock.
5. When finished quitting apps / removing recently opened app icons tap the home button.
6. Press the home button again or tap the home screen to return.
- Quitting apps using the multitasking dock sometimes frees up RAM or exits from an app that might be stuck playing audio in the background, etc.
Remove Atlas from the iOS dock and do a soft reset of the device as per the advice on Apple's site here.
This can happen when you move from computer to computer, suffer a hard drive failure or a major computer crash.
- Note: We offer a service for future Licence code look-up which is purchasable at the time of buy maps from the RouteBuddy Store. This is a chargeable item for administration as looking back through our data and searching for codes and download links takes us time.
- Which is why we strongly advise you to do two things when you purchases digital software / maps from RouteBuddy: 1) Back up pre-installation copies of ALL of the maps you have bought from RouteBuddy and 2) Keep a filed note of all the registration codes / names for products you have purchased from us. You can either do this simply on paper, as a digital text document or, as we prefer, in the secure 1Password software.

Map Download Links:
We guarantee to provide you with a map download link for re-download up to one year after purchase - this is stated in the Terms and Conditions in the email containing your download link(s) and licence code(s). 
- Beyond this there is a time overhead cost which we will pass on to you to recover your licence codes after purchase and your maps after one year.

Our recommendation? - ALWAYS back-up your downloaded map files for re-installation and keep your licence codes safely in a text file both on your computer and on a back-up.
Using your preferred browser on the iPhone or iPad download the Map Legend you want from the Manuals Page
1 To store the map legend just tap the screen and select 'Open in…'
2 Then choose the app of your choice”'. (For example Adobe Acrobat or DropBox)
3 The manual or legend will then be stored on your device to use off-line whenever you need it
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Sometimes we are asked if our customers can share In-App map purchases with their family and the answer, from Apple, is no.

If you want more flexibility from your map purchases then buy them direct from the RouteBuddy Store.
Our Atlas In-App map purchases can be used on iOS devices which belong to the same Apple account holder.
N.b: Apple do not allow transfer of these purchases between devices that are not registered to the account holder.
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All RouteBuddy Atlas In-App maps are classified as "Non-Consumable" Products. 
Quote from Apple Support page:
"You buy these items one time, and you can transfer them to other devices that are associated with your Apple ID. If you lose a non-consumable purchase, you might* be able to download it again for free" - these are the conditions that Apple set.
*If the version of the In-App map that you purchased is no longer available and has been replaced by a newer version then the restore process detailed below will not work. You will need to recover your version of the In-App map from your iTunes or iCloud backup of your device.

In-App purchases may need to be restored in these cases:
• You remove and reinstall an app.
• You reset the iOS device.
• You install a purchased app on another device using the same iTunes Store account.

If the same version** of the In-App product is still available for purchase/re-download, then follow the instructions below.
1. In Atlas click on "Download Maps"
2. Choose "Restore" from the top toolbar on the top r.h.s.

**From time to time we will replace In-App products with newer versions containing updated data sent to us by the map data supplier (e.g. Harvey Maps, Ordnance Survey). The use of new data in a map means that we have to pay a royalty fee to the supplier of that data for each new map sold. Consequently the old version of the map will be withdrawn from the app store and you will not be able to use the restore process detailed above.

ALWAYS BACK-UP YOUR iOS DEVICE TO ITUNES OR YOUR iCloud ACCOUNT!
Ensuring you make regular backups of your iOS device to your iTunes account on your computer or to iCloud could save you time and money. A back-up will contain all your apps and In-App purchases (including old versions of maps purchased In-App) so, if you do remove an app or have to reset your device, you will be able to restore your apps and In-App purchases from the back-up. This is important if the version of the In-App map you purchased is no longer available on the iTunes store. If it has been removed and replaced by a newer version you will not be able to get it back by using "Restore" from within the app.

If your version of the map is no longer available for restore and you have not backed your iOS device up to iTunes or iCloud then we cannot get it back for you. 
If the map was purchased for £10 or more, then please email us at support@routebuddy.com with a copy of your iTunes store invoice and we will provide you with a discount code to replace the map with the updated version from the RouteBuddy Store for up to 30% off the store price.
As we move on in time our In-App map products will be created with new data and therefore you may find that the map you purchased has been superseded by a newer version.
For a few months we will keep the old version available for restore but, once it has been removed, you will not be able to use the iOS restore process to re-install it.
ALWAYS BACK-UP YOUR iOS DEVICE TO ITUNES OR YOUR iCloud ACCOUNT!
Ensuring you make regular backups of your iOS device to your iTunes account on your computer or to iCloud could save you time and money. A back-up will contain all your apps and In-App purchases (including old versions of maps purchased In-App) so, if you do remove an app or have to reset your device, you will be able to restore your apps and In-App purchases from the back-up. This is important if the version of the In-App map you purchased is no longer available on the iTunes store. If it has been removed and replaced by a newer version you will not be able to get it back by using "Restore" from within the app.

If your version of the map is no longer available for restore and you have not backed your iOS device up to iTunes or iCloud then we cannot get it back for you.
If the map was purchased for £10 or more, then please email us at support@routebuddy.com with a copy of your iTunes store invoice and we will provide you with a discount code to replace the map with the updated version from the RouteBuddy Store for up to 30% off the store price.
As with many other apps Atlas is no longer working properly on iPhone 4S or earlier.

This is due to Apple shipping the iOS 9 software update and iPhone 4S users upgrading from iOS 8 to iOS 9 thereby encountering many issues with regards to the poor relationship between the Operating System software (iOS 9) and your device.

Since the release of iOS 9, and subsequent updates, many apps have been found not to work on the iPhone 4S or earlier models. This is also the case for Atlas. If you find that the bottom toolbar does not appear (sometimes it does if you put it in Landscape mode) or 'locating' does not work. The only course of action is, we're sorry to say, to downgrade from iOS 9 until Apple release a bug fix.

Naturally Apple will want customers to adopt newer iPhones but this iOS 9 issue is currently gaining news momentum. Will they face lawsuit to fix the issue? We suspect yes as a major one from 2011 was successful (motherboard failures on MacBook Pro's) but hopefully they'll do the right thing and issue a bug fix for this version of iOS 9 (and post that will probably deny future iOS 9 upgrades to devices that cannot support them, which would be common-sense approach).

News and helpful articles are here:
MacWorld how to downgrade from iOS 9 to iOS 8
The Most Common iOS 9/9.1/9.2/9.2.1 Problems and How to Fix
iOS 9 Update ProblemsHow to Fix iPad iPhone iOS 9 Bugs & Upgrade Issues?
iOS 9 Performance on iPhone 4s and iPad mini
Apple's iOS 9 is causing havoc for THOUSANDS of iPhones and iPads
iOS9 making your iPhone slow? You're not alone
Apple faces lawsuit over how iOS 9 negatively impacts iPhone 4s performance
Can I downgrade from iOS 9 to iOS 8?; Apple stops signing iOS 8.4.1
FAQs - RouteBuddy for Windows and Mac OS X
Have you downloaded the latest version of RouteBuddy and overwritten an older version?
  • There is an upgrade fee for the latest version and there would have been a warning message when the software offered the latest update but, if you missed it, then please refer to our Upgrade Policy page and then contact Support for a discount code if you are a previous customer.
1 This means you haven't entered the licence correctly.
2 The most common cause of licence failure are:
  • mis-typing if you try to enter it manually.
  • inadvertently copying only part of the licence.
  • using a non British keyboard.
  • N.b: This is why we offer 'Copy and Paste of the whole email'. By copy and paste of the ‘whole email’, if you buy multiple maps, then RouteBuddy will find the relevant information and licence all the maps for you automatically.
Please follow the instructions for map licensing as they are written in the manual: Click here for our manuals.
  • Use your PDF search facility which will help you to find the correct section.
If you get a message returned saying "Not Found" then there is a host server problem (we use a third party to host our maps so the problem will be something they will be dealing with).
My software/map download links don’t work anymore.
  • The link for the current version of RouteBuddy Software can always be found on the RouteBuddy Website. Please use your licence codes as per your licence email. If you have a licence for a pre 4.x version of RouteBuddy please contact support for an upgrade discount.
  • The ability to re-download your purchased map will depend on whether the map is still stored on our server, we remove older version of maps to make space for current versions.
  • This is why we ask you to back-up your map .iso file as soon as you have downloaded it.
  • At the bottom of your download links and licence email is a comment which says:
  • After 1 year, if a user loses their copy of the original map and find that it is no longer available for download, the user should contact us via support and request the map to be mailed by DVD or USB stick. An administration, product processing and shipping charge for this service will be quoted.
  • Now, if you do manage to re-download, then please remember to back-up the iso file as part of your usual back up process.
However, you can try and see if your map(s) is/are still there by following these instructions:
Replace the first part of the link which will be either:
http://www.routebuddy.net/
or
http://objects.dreamhost.com/routebuddy/
with:
http://objects-us-west-1.dream.io/routebuddy/
for example:
  • http://objects.dreamhost.com/routebuddy/download/maps/5055351116A/NTR/Thames_Path_TH50K.iso
  • http://objects-us-west-1.dream.io/routebuddy/download/maps/5055351116A/NTR/Thames_Path_TH50K.iso
Read the FAQ: RouteBuddy Map Installation Problems.

Make sure you are not trying to open the .iso amp or software file during or after downloading. Save it to your Downloads folder or your Desktop (or wherever the setting for your web browser says that it saves downloads to) and then load into RouteBuddy on Windows or Mac OS X by Drag and Drop, RouteBuddy will then automate the installation process for you.
If you get the message:
"The Application RouteBuddy quit unexpectedly"- ignore, cancel or relaunch.

Check that:
- Your System Spec is compatible with RouteBuddy - go to the RouteBuddy page on the website to check this out.
- You do not have anti-virus software installed that is stopping the launch of RouteBuddy. (Mainly a Windows-based issue.)
Topo map searches are not available with RouteBuddy for Windows or Mac OS X, however with our road vector maps and your own added geodata (Waypoints, Routes and Tracks) then these are searchable. 
- Ordnance Survey maps are searchable in Atlas for iPhone or iPad.
Check that the file you are trying to import is in the correct format.

RouteBuddy accepts all industry-standard GPX, KML, Geo CSV and TomTom OV2 geo-location files.
- Note: If the file you import has been 'altered' away from the accepted standard by its 'creator' (software or human intervention) then it is corrupted and may not correctly load.
- Note: Excessive data files that contain too many points, say a 3,000 mile walk with a RoutePoint every metre, will put a strain on the processor, just as they would in other GeoSoftware like Google Earth for example. We advise that you edit the points or trace out a route over the top.

Any problems just zip the file and send to RouteBuddy via Support email.
Actually no the map isn't - what you are seeing is a map's national grid, or collection of grids, that have been re-aligned to a modern map projection but the historical grid-lines are still on the map. The map is still accurate but now relates to the real-world modern form of mapping as used by Google, Bing and Apple's online maps - something unique to RouteBuddy's technology. This is generally referred to as UTM, Universal Transverse Mercator or WGS84; in a nutshell the maps that RouteBuddy modernise to UTM can now be layered, merged and displayed on a worldwide basis - a powerful feature that's not possible with other older, and limited-use, software.

Summary:
- In the past National map agencies distorted the localised view of their own countries map to make for a better visual experience when viewing the map on paper.
- RouteBuddy's modernised UTM maps remain the same but now can be layered with all other maps - and - directly layered under satellite map imagery, which is an absolute boon for advanced planning.
- Measurements using the National Grid grid still works in exactly the same way, it is not distorted or skewed.
The print quality is dependant on a number of factors, this is explained in the Print section of the manual.
Click here for our manuals.
*Use your PDF search facility which will help you to find the correct section.
The Print Map option will only be available if you have paid fro the licensed “Pro” version of RouteBuddy. Please see the website page for more detail
If you do have the “Pro” version and you have applied the licence then:
  • Do you have printers set up for your computer?
  • Check in the Control panel (Windows) System Prefs (Mac)?
Since we started RouteBuddy many 1000's of devices have come on to the market, sadly we cannot hope to cover every one of them.
  • The best thing is to try the device with the Demo software and follow the instructions in the RouteBuddy Manual for “Using your Device”.
This can happen when you move from computer to computer, suffer a hard drive failure or a major computer crash.
- Note: We offer a service for future Licence code look-up which is purchasable at the time of buy maps from the RouteBuddy Store. This is a chargeable item for administration as looking back through our data and searching for codes and download links takes us time.
- Which is why we strongly advise you to do two things when you purchases digital software / maps from RouteBuddy: 1) Back up pre-installation copies of ALL of the maps you have bought from RouteBuddy and 2) Keep a filed note of all the registration codes / names for products you have purchased from us. You can either do this simply on paper, as a digital text document or, as we prefer, in the secure 1Password software.

Map Download Links:
We guarantee to provide you with a map download link for re-download up to one year after purchase - this is stated in the Terms and Conditions in the email containing your download link(s) and licence code(s). 
- Beyond this there is a time overhead cost which we will pass on to you to recover your licence codes after purchase and your maps after one year.

Our recommendation? - ALWAYS back-up your downloaded map files for re-installation and keep your licence codes safely in a text file both on your computer and on a back-up.
Mac OS X
- Software: Mac OS X 10.6 or higher
- Hardware: Intel Mac
- RouteBuddy is not recommended for use with Mac OS X El Capitan's Split Screen mode

Windows OS
- Software: Windows XP SP3 or higher
- Hardware: Intel
RouteBuddy 4.2
RouteBuddy 4.2 is a free upgrade to all users of RouteBuddy 4.0 or 4.1 If you haven't yet upgraded from version 2.x or 3.x and wish to upgrade to 4 (this is a chargeable upgrade) then please contact RouteBuddy Support.

Please do not proceed with this upgrade if you do not have a licence for  RouteBuddy 4, it will take your copy of RouteBuddy back to being a Demo version.
- If you upgrade by mistake you will find your earlier version in your recycle bin/trash.

For cost of upgrade please click here and refer to our Upgrade Policy page
RouteBuddy Ltd. launches DigitalHub with RouteBuddy 4.2 and Atlas 2.0
For Windows and Mac OS X RouteBuddy have now licensed and incorporated Apple's Bonjour Technology into their apps which can now Sync via WiFi with RouteBuddy Atlas on iPhone or iPad, offering safe backup of recorded tracks, or export of routes and maps to an iOS mobile device.
- RouteBuddy's DigitalHub is a Computer-to-Computer based network that does not require standard connectivity (as via a router) instead all connections are direct via the WiFi cards installed in each computer and mobile iOS device.

Apple and RouteBuddy Agreement
In 2012 RouteBuddy reached agreement with Apple Inc. to licence their Bonjour WiFi network communication technology and build this into our flagship digital map software. Code-named Project Nouvion in a nod to Bonjour and the famous 'Allo 'Allo TV series of the 1980s we started to work on wireless sync of maps and data between Apple's iOS iPhone and iPad devices and computers running Mac OS X and Windows.

A number of other new features have been built into RouteBuddy at the same time.
- For a list of features and fixes please refer to the Version History page here.
About RouteBuddy 4 - Navigation and Hill Safety Release key features:
• PRINT MAP
• EXPORT TO CUSTOM ROUTE CARD 
• PRINT GRID
• OVERLAY SECONDARY ROUTE
• PRINT ROUTE CARD
• ROUTE CARD-ROUTE MAP XREF

PRINT AS MANY MAPS AS YOU LIKE
It's really great being able to use the same topographic maps in both RouteBuddy and RouteBuddy Atlas on desktop and mobile. Now you can easily plan and edit a route on your desktop, transfer to GPS device, and set off into the great outdoors. but now we've built the universal digital map solution into the new RouteBuddy 4...

We've long agreed with experienced hill and long-distance walkers that GPS maps and routes should always be accompanied by a paper map and compass. Sure, a GPS device will confirm where you are, but should it fail, or batteries die, then not only will a compass and paper map help get you back to safety but additionally you get to see the 'big picture' of the countryside around you, only a printed map can do that.

Up until now purchasing complementary paper maps has been an additional costly burden but with the release of RouteBuddy 4.0 you'll now have all the tools at your fingertips to not only print your own maps, overlay them with a route, print a grid and print route cards but also export to custom route cards - as well as being able to utilise many more new features.

RouteBuddy 4.0 is a MASSIVE upgrade to our award winning desktop digital map software
For more details on upgrades please click this link
NEW FEATURES IN RouteBuddy 4
Print Maps
High resolution scale printing of all maps is now available in RouteBuddy for Windows and Mac OS X, for additional detail on the elements included in this new feature please review the list below.
• Enable high-res printing
• Print shelf
• Scale/page state to map job
• Path placement
• Overlap menu
• Implement overlap
• Page overlap value
• Print options to shelf
• Movable page grid
• Page placement for path-based print jobs
• Paper orientation to print shelf
• Default scale now selected based on visible raster limits
• Cancel print shelf if panel is deactivated
• Add progress sheet during printing
• Use name of route/track as print job title when printing single feature on map
• Add page count and credit to printed map
• Adjust print preview appearance
• Add orientation control to print shelf
• Use selection to determine if printing path/grid
• Examine map layers to determine bounds when revealing
• Reduce size of white dot waypoint symbol to reduce impact in printed routes
• Calculate content scale relative to screen DPI
• Route/track printing now calculates both path-based and grid-based layouts, and choses the one that produces fewest pages
• Save print orientation to prefs
• Print to paper
• Print to PDF
• Disable print commands if no printer is available
• Move print/export route card commands to File menu
• Select highest available printer resolution
• Implement movable page grid
• Add additional print scales.
• Add page count and credit to printed map.
• Select highest available printer resolution
• Now show progress sheet without delay if printing more than one page
• Choose default scale based on map currently in view
• Page Orientation should be defined in the Print shelf
• Support multi-page printing
• Print map to scale
• Route start/end icons are now white dots
• Supersize / Minimise printed maps via scale control

Print Route Card

Once your Route has been planned in RouteBuddy print a Route Card to take with you.
• Split drawing into vehicle vs direct route types
• Convert direct route to cell layout
• Route card now implemented for direct routes
• Direct route card bearing column
• Direct route card distance column
• Total time to direct route card header
• Show 16 cardinal directions on route card
• Renamed route editor Print button to Print Route Card
• Show distance between points
• Show bearing from each waypoint

Export to Custom Route Card
If you prefer to make up your own or use a custom Route Card the you can easily export all of the Route Card details as a .csv file
• CSV Export for Route Card data for your custom route card
• Add dates to exported files

Printed Map and Route Card Cross-Reference Numbers
Simply compare RoutePoint numbers on the RouteBuddy Printed Map and Route Card to cross-reference to find the location.

Overlay Secondary Route
If you've planned a long route you may not want all the minutiae of detail printed out in a RouteBuddy Route Card, with Overlay you can click out a secondary route over-the-top of the existing route, opting for fewer 'points' and print a reduced set of instructions in your Route Card. The alternative is to Export Route as a CSV.

Print Grid
To get the best from your printed map then just add grid from the options and choose from OSGB or Lat/Lon, all numbers are printed clearly at the maps edges and we offer zoom levels to enlarge maps to more easily see the detail.
• Added menu to select grid
• Grid Overlay
• Implement lat/lon grid
• Implement OS grid
• Add grid to printed maps

Add grid/scales to adjust zoom level of printed map:
   - 1:5,000   
   - 1:7,500
   - 1:10,000
   - 1:15,000
   - 1:20,000
   - 1:24,000
   - 1:25,000
   - 1:40,000
   - 1:50,000
   - 1:100,000
   - 1:250,000
• Added MapGrid state to print job

Road Maps
We've made the new road maps work faster from cache but they're still the highest quality available over other vendors!
• Update Road Network support.
• Process standard+premium POI data for use in RouteBuddy 4.x
• Added Premium USA POIs
• Added Premium Canada POIs
• Added Premium Mexico POIs
• Add Premium Europe POIs
• Add Premium Ireland POIs
• Add flag icons for latest vector Road Maps

Drag and Drop support now extended
Files can now be dropped anywhere in the window to import, that's new map .iso files and geodata files such GPX and KML files.
Application

RouteBuddy's foundations have been greatly extended but the more obvious items are listed here:
• New structure for faster map processing
• Support pasting RBO email
• Prompt user for licence after map install
• Licence sheet now recommends copying entire email to clipboard, and relevant licences will be extracted automatically
• Implement multiple-licence scanning
• Support for processing entire email added in RouteBuddy 4.0
• Installer now displays a licence information sheet as each map is installed
• Move individual map install into InstallMap
• Store/Purchases panels removed, maps now licensed under Maps panel and app licensed via app/Help menu
• Update Maps panel appearance
• Rebuild maps panel after installing maps
• Now group maps by scale in Maps panel
• Demo window replaced with task window
• GPS button opens manual
• Add app licensing menu command
• Add menu command to open Store
• Revised shoreline
• Added Lac du Salagou IGN France sample map
• Increase folder/place limit to 7
• Use white dots for start/middle/end routepoints
• Drop PowerPC support
• Drop Mac OS X 10.5 support
In Co-operation with Apple Inc. we have developed WiFi sync in RouteBuddy Map Software
NOTE: Please refer to the RouteBuddy manual for instructions.
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RouteBuddy Version history
RouteBuddy 4.2.1 - Released Monday, 1st July 2013

Application
Fixed bug affecting address search.
RouteBuddy 4.2 - Released Wednesday, 29th May 2013

Application
Added "hidden" appearance for route/routepoint style.
Added iPad image to welcome window.
Added sync support for RouteBuddy Atlas.
Fixed bug where demo upload warning sheet was hidden by progress sheet.
Now allow routes to override their routepoint's style.
Mac OS X
Fixed incorrect square button corners on Mac OS X 10.8.
Fixed bug where some early OS map releases would show blank icons.
RouteBuddy 4.1 - Released Friday, 20th December 2012

Application
Added contextual menu to Maps panel to copy map licenses.
Fixed bug where highlight wasn't removed after dragging files.
Fixed bug where map scale could lose trailing zeros.
Fixed bug where routes could be created in folders.
Fixed bug where tile cache did not update.
Fixed bug where waypoints did not print correctly.
Fixed crash due to thread exhaustion.
Updated sample Afan Walk route.
Mac OS X
Now display error message when launched on 10.5.
Windows
Fixed incorrect link to store.
RouteBuddy 4.0 - Released Thursday, 29th November 2012

Application
Added latest 2012.11 data to Santa Fe map.
Added sample map of Lac du Salagou (France).
Added sample route to Afan Valley map.
Added support for exporting route cards to CSV.
Added support for multi-page printing to scale.
Added support for OSGB/WGS84 grid overlay when printing.
Added support for printing route cards for direct routes.
Added watermark when printing from demo.
Fixed bug where notes field was missing focus ring.
Fixed crash when printing sub-range of pages.
Fixed hang if second sheet was opened during a map install.
Fixed incorrect progress bar when syncing some devices.
Fixed potential memory corruption when querying databases.
Increased number of folders/places in demo to 7.
Now accept dragged files anywhere in the main window.
Now group maps by scale in Maps panel.
Now keep demo map version numbers in sync with app.
Now prompt for licence information when installing maps.
Now remove scale suffix from map names.
Now save print page orientation between sessions.
Now support 16 cardinal directions on route card.
Now support copying purchase email to extract licences.
Now use 'ft' rather than 'feet' for small Imperial measurements.
Now use a better view when revealing a vector map.
Now use feature name to title print jobs.
Now use name+symbol as default routepoint appearance.
Now use small distance measurements under 1 km/mile.
Now use two digits for distances between 0.1-1.0 km/mile.
Reduced size of default routepoint icon.
Removed default start/end pins from routes.
Removed Store/Purchase panels.
Replaced demo window with task window.
Mac OS X
Fixed bug where cursor could become stuck in filter field.
Fixed crash when printing more than once.
Removed support for Mac OS X 10.5.
Removed support for PowerPC.
Windows
Fixed crash when printing when no printer is available.b
RouteBuddy 3.5 - Released Friday, 3rd August 2012

Application
Added "Create Track from Route" command
Added "Duplicate Route" command
Added intercardinal bearings to route navigation
Added new "routepoint"-based representation of routes
Added style editor to change route/track appearance
Changed number of folders/places in demo to 5
Changed route tool behaviour to not support continuing routes
Fixed bug where address search results were unsorted
Fixed bug where average speed didn't agree with Garmin devices
Fixed bug where browser didn't refresh after closing editor
Fixed bug where creating nested folders could create an empty window
Fixed bug where CSV import didn't handle embedded newlines
Fixed bug where drag imports could fail if a Place was selected
Fixed bug where entire route could be moved by dragging in route editor
Fixed bug where focus didn't start in address field when searching
Fixed bug where imported routes would display a distance of 0
Fixed bug where internal mouse tracking state could go out of sync
Fixed bug where labels in route/track editors didn't align with values
Fixed bug where long map names could be clipped in Maps panel
Fixed bug where map install failed if completed too quickly
Fixed bug where new Places didn't start with the existing view
Fixed bug where rectangular selection wouldn't select routes
Fixed bug where resizing vehicle routes caused segments to vanish
Fixed bug where route continued recalculating even if changed to direct route
Fixed bug where route elevation graph wasn't updated if route was modified
Fixed bug where route endpoint was incorrect if moved while being calculated
Fixed bug where route/track distances didn't agree
Fixed bug where select tool failed to select if dragged in upwards direction
Fixed bug where select tool stayed visible if release mouse outside window
Fixed bug where single-sample track segment was considered to be empty
Fixed bug where sorting by name would be ignored if an item was deleted
Fixed bug where tracks exported as GPX couldn't be imported into Garmin BaseCamp
Fixed bug where zoom slider consumed mouse clicks even when shrunk
Fixed crash if mouse over elevation graph of empty route
Fixed crash if right-click on waypoint that's not in route
Fixed hang if route editor opened and route contained coincident waypoints
Fixed incorrect copyright date in help
Fixed potential crash when drawing a route just after editing
Fixed potential memory corruption when loading maps
Improve icons used when importing routes from GPX
Improved default route point appearance on import/continue/create
Improved location of commands in Tools/View menus
Improved performance in libraries containing lots of routes
Improved performance of elevation graph for routes outside the UK
Improved performance when sorting Places containing thousands of items
Improved structure and icons used when exporting routes to KML
Improved tab order within editor fields
Improved URL detection when importing GPX 1.0 files
Improved width of name column in route/track editors
Now built with Qt 4.8.2
Now display selected point on map in route editor
Now display selected point on map in track editor
Now expand track segment disclosure triangles by default
Now give maps a unique name on install, to avoid overwriting existing maps
Now include description/URL when exporting routepoints to GPX
Now support auto-numbering of points within a route
Now support auto-scrolling source list during drag
Now support editing/renaming points within a route within the route editor
Now support hiding name/symbol of points within a route
Mac OS X
Added support for crash reports generated by Mac OS X 10.8
Fixed bug where map install failed if disk image was already mounted
Fixed bug where non-admin users couldn't install updates
Fixed crash when closing preferences window on Mac OS X 10.8
Now sign app to support Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper
Windows
Fixed bug where map install failed if map name contained accents
RouteBuddy 3.3 - Released Friday, 17th February 2012

Application
Added "Install Maps" command to install maps automatically
Added "Reveal Maps" command to reveal map install folder
Fixed bug where minimum altitude in route editor was always 0
Fixed bug where rename undo was captured even if name was same
Fixed bug where route could enter one-way road
Fixed bug where UK coastline contained invalid elevation values
Fixed bug where UK elevation values were lower than OSGB values
Fixed crash if create circular route through route editor
Fixed crash if edited name in route waypoints sheet
Fixed crash if open route editor while routing
Fixed crash if route starts/ends on the same leaf road
Fixed crash if show elevation graph of empty route
Fixed crash with certain geocoding searches
Improved performance of places containing large numbers of objects
Improved performance when opening editor on large tracks
Now import routes as direct routes by default
Mac OS X
Fixed bug where Landranger/Explorer thumbnails were missing
Windows
Fixed bug where Google Earth failed to launch
Fixed bug where indeterminate progress bars didn't animate
Improved position of modal dialogs
RouteBuddy 3.2 - Released Friday, 2nd December 2011

Application
Added "Add Waypoint" command to route contextual menu
Added "Create Route" command to map contextual menu
Added "Remove from Library" command to map contextual menu
Added commands to split, join, and continue routes
Added commands to split, join, and duplicate tracks
Added support for undo of feature moves
Added support for undo of rename of devices/places/features
Added support for undo of route construction
Added visual direction indicator to routes and tracks
Fixed bug where contextual menu contained invalid commands while editor is open
Fixed bug where objects couldn't be deleted with Delete key
Fixed bug where selection was lost if contextual menu invoked after first column
Fixed crash if delete features selected via contextual menu when Move tool active
Fixed crash if delete features via contextual menu while editor is open
Fixed crash if delete route while using it for navigation
Fixed crash if show elevation profile of empty track
Fixed potential crash when changing zoom while removing waypoint
Fixed potential crash when showing contextual menu while removing feature
Improved appearance of elevation graph by reducing jaggies
Improved appearance of routes by using rounded corners and end-caps
Improved visibility of routes on OS maps
Now display altitude in status bar
Now enable maps before handling "Show Map" command
Now name newly created features by type
Now re-sort browser when objects are renamed
Now reset selection if right-click in browser, to match Finder
Now update device sync menu if folder/place renamed
Now use natural sort order in browser
GPS Devices
Added support for Garmin eTrex Venture HC
Added support for Garmin Forerunner 205
Added support for Garmin GPS 18x
Added support for Garmin GPS 60
Added support for Garmin GPSMAP 60CSx
Added support for Garmin GPSMAP 60Cx
Added support for Garmin GPSMAP 62
Added support for Garmin GPSMAP 62st
Added support for Garmin GPSMAP 76CSx
Added support for Garmin Montana 600
Added support for Garmin Montana 650
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 550
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 660
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 760
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1300
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1350
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1390
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1450
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1690
Added support for Garmin Oregon 550t
Added support for Garmin StreetPilot c340
Added support for TomTom GO 710
Added support for TomTom GO 730
Added support for TomTom GO 740 Live
Added support for TomTom GO 750 Live
Added support for TomTom GO 920
Added support for TomTom XL Live IQ Routes
Added support for TomTom XXL IQ Routes
Improved detection of device timeouts
Improved support for Garmin eTrex Legend
Improved support for Garmin eTrex Vista HCx
Mac OS X
Moved "Check for Updates" to application menu
RouteBuddy 3.1.1 - Released Tuesday, 25th October 2011

Application
Fixed bug where unable to dismiss progress after some file imports
Fixed bug where unable to dismiss progress after some library updates
Fixed memory leak when importing KML files
Mac OS X
Fixed bug where unable to launch on Mac OS X 10.5
RouteBuddy 3.1 - Released Wednesday, 12th October 2011

Application
Added elevation data (UK only)
Added route elevation graph (UK only)
Added notification message if search produces no results
Fixed bug if crash between deleting a route and its waypoints
Fixed bug where elevation graph was incorrect when all values were 0
Fixed bug where negative altitudes were displayed incorrectly
Fixed crash if delete nested folders
Fixed crash when editing tracks in areas without elevation data
Improved performance when importing very large tracks
Now display progress when updating database
Now sort numerical browser columns numerically
Mac OS X
Fixed bug where duplicate Preferences file could be created
Removed obsolete document types
Windows
Fixed squashed buttons in About box
Now show device sync progress in Taskbar
Now support up to 4Gb of memory on 64-bit Windows
RouteBuddy 3.0.1 - Released Thursday, 11th August 2011

Application
Added keyboard shortcut for New Folder
Added warning if unsupported maps were detected
Fixed bug where city labels were vertically offset from true location
Fixed bug where first POI search failed if using Imperial measurements
Fixed bug where tile cache could become inconsistent
Fixed bug where USB device reports were empty if position unknown
Fixed crash due to memory corruption in block cache
Fixed crash if close window while waypoints are being clustered
Fixed crash if connect Garmin eTrex Vista Cx
Fixed crash if remove last waypoint from route
Fixed crash if select Purchases after re-opening app window
Fixed crash if selected waypoint with empty name
Fixed crash if two routes finished calculating at same time
Fixed crash when decoding geometry on multiple threads
Fixed crash when purging block cache
Fixed incorrect spacing of locked maps in Maps panel
Fixed potential crash if window closed while Maps/Purchases panels open
Fixed potential crash when updating search results
Improved memory usage with larger maps
Improved performance at medium zoom levels
Now include port name+speed in Serial device reports
Now resolve aliases/shortcuts when loading maps
Now use Mac OS X 10.7 style for push buttons
Now use view from previous Place as default for new place
GPS Devices
Added support for Garmin Colorado 300
Added support for Garmin Dakota 10
Added support for Garmin Dakota 20
Added support for Garmin Edge 705
Added support for Garmin Foretrex 301
Added support for Garmin GPSMAP 62s
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 200
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 255W
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 765
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 885
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1440
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 1490
Added support for Garmin Nuvi 3790
Added support for Garmin Oregon 300
Added support for Garmin Oregon 400t
Added support for Garmin Oregon 450
Added support for Garmin Oregon 450t
Added support for Garmin Oregon 550
Added support for Garmin Zumo 660
Added support for TomTom Go 720
Mac OS X
Added support for full-screen mode on Mac OS X 10.7
Added warning if crash due to Xerox printer driver
Fixed bug where Help Viewer could fail to show help
Fixed bug where Japanese text was drawn incorrectly in 64-bit builds
Fixed crash when closing About window on Mac OS X 10.7
Fixed minor user interface glitches on Mac OS X 10.7
Windows
Fixed crash if change Software Update frequency
RouteBuddy 3.0 - Released Wednesday, 29th June 2011

Application
Added CoreAnimation effects to user interface
Added preference for Imperial/Metric measurement units
Added Reload Page command for Store panel
Added scroll bar to Maps/Purchases panels
Added Show Map button to Maps panel to zoom directly to a map
Added support for contextual menus in source list, browser, and map
Fixed bug where Hide Application would cancel Software Update
Fixed bug where lat/lon could remain in status bar after dragging object
Fixed bug where printing multi-page route dropped last instruction on page
Fixed bug where selection was lost when adding a waypoint to a route
Fixed bug where window title bar could flash after printing
Improved abbreviation expansion for spoken navigation guidance
Improved layout of device panel to reflect device capabilities
Improved responsiveness of source list/content splitter
Now a 64-bit Cocoa application on Mac
Now allow source list to be fully collapsed by dragging
Now automatically create Maps folder when run
Now group maps by type in Maps/Purchases panels
Now keep source list width constant when resizing window
Now maintain persistent column order for browsers
Now maintain persistent sort order for browsers
Now show all installed maps in Maps panel
Now supports Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, and 7
Now zoom to a map's bounds when double-clicked in Maps panel
Removed watermark and object limit from demo version
GPS Devices
Added eject button to allow devices to be disconnected
Added Show Location/Track buttons to device panelAdded support for 40 new GPS devices
Added support for additional Garmin USB devices
Added support for GlobalSat data loggers
Added support for serial Garmin devices (including eTrex and Gecko)
Fixed bug where devices below sea level displayed incorrect altitude
Fixed bug where Keep Visible menu could be empty if no devices were connected
Fixed bug where RouteBuddy could prevent other apps from using serial ports
Fixed bug where RouteBuddy would wake sleeping Macs if using Bluetooth device
Fixed crash if unplugged GPS device when Mac is sleeping
Fixed several crashes when connecting/disconnecting devices
Improved progress bar accuracy on long transfers
Improved reliability of Keep Visible for tracking moving devices
Improved support for NMEA devices connected via Keyspan Adapters
Improved USB device recognition
Now allow device type auto-recognition to be overriden
Now allow devices to be renamedNow automatically re-connect to devices when Mac wakes from sleep
Now display status of device connection
Now support manual port configuration for serial devices
Now support recording multiple tracks from a device
Now use CoreLocation/Location Service for system location
Maps
Added Create Waypoint command
Added on-screen credits for visible data providers
Added support for OpenGL map rendering
Improved performance of label rendering
Improved performance of map tile rendering
Now animate road labels into view to reduce flicker
Now automatically group waypoints to reduce map clutter
Now continue to display devices that temporarily lose their position
Now display accuracy and bearing for devices on map
Now display coordinate under mouse in status bar
Now have separate Move and Select tools
Now support aerial imagery through Bing Maps
Now support multiple distance measurements with Ruler tool
Now support Ordnance Survey grid coordinates
Now support rectangular selection of multiple items
Now use kinetic scrolling when moving map
Now use smaller waypoint icons between route start/end waypoints
Now wrap long waypoint names onto multiple lines
Map Data
Added dynamic coordinate entry fields that adjust to match format
Added scroll bar to Notes field
Fixed bug where File Import prevented some files from being selected
Fixed crash when importing truncated .ov2 files
Improved editor layout by using tabs for complex content
Improved load/save performance for Library to reduce launch/quit times
Improved waypoint icon selection with table view
Now accept all URL schemes in Link field
Now auto-save changes to Library
Now display altitude in small units (miles/km rather than feet/metres)
Now display axis labels on track graphs
Now display zero line on track graphs
Now keep map view visible while editor active
Now support alt-delete to delete an object from all locations
Now support Folders to organise Places
Now support import of .kmz files that don't contain doc.kml
Now support in-place editing of object names in browser
Now support mouse-over of track graphs to reveal detail
RouteBuddy 2.6 - Released Thursday, 17th December 2009

Added sample Ordnance Survey map to demo
Added scroll bars to Purchase panel
Fixed crash during address search
Fixed crash when importing .kmz files on Mac OS 10.6
Improved rendering performance for some maps
Improved routing performance and behaviour
Updated application help
RouteBuddy 2.5 - Released Thursday, 11th June 2009

Added topographical map to demo
Browser columns can now be rearranged
Fixed bug where imported places could not be deleted
Fixed crash during tile rendering
Fixed crash if quit app during import
Improved export compatibility of GPX with Garmin RoadTrip
Improved import compatibility of KML from Google Earth for Windows
Now allow demo maps to be turned off
Now support linear routes for off-road use
Preserve sort order across launches
Preserve sort order when deleting features
RouteBuddy 2.3 - Released Friday, 23rd January 2009

Fixed bug which could lead to excessive memory usage
Fixed cosmetic glitch when edge of map was revealed
Fixed cosmetic glitch where black lines could appear on map
Fixed crash when opening editor sheet
Improved tile cache performance
Now allow licence codes to be removed
Now export velocity to GPX files
Now support searching in the RouteBuddy store
RouteBuddy 2.2 - Released Thursday, 14th August 2008

Fixed bug where cached labels would display with corrupt edges
Fixed bug where source list wouldn't expand when dragged
Fixed cosmetic glitch in device panel when window was expanded
Fixed crash in BugReporter on Mac OS X 10.4
Fixed multiple issues relating to routing
Now auto-name routes created between two existing waypoints
Now support 3Dconnexion controllers
Now support in-application "RouteBuddy Store"
RouteBuddy 2.1.1 - Released Friday, 6th June 2008

Added workaround for crash when a system voice is corrupt
Fixed bug where BugReporter could submit old crash reports
Fixed bug where RouteBuddy failed to launch on Mac OS X 10.4
Fixed bug where Software Update could fail to report updates
Fixed crash if BugReporter launched when user has no email address
RouteBuddy 2.1 - Released Monday, 2nd June 2008

Added country and US state borders to base map
Added device location tracking to map
Added preference to select online map service
Added scale bar to map
Added support for creating a route from the selected waypoints
Added support for printing route itineraries
Added support for searching on description and URL
Added tile cache to improve performance
Fixed bug where altitude of NMEA devices was not reported
Fixed bug where app did not activate if editor was invoked while in background
Fixed bug where BugReporter was unable to report crashes from Mac OS X 10.5
Fixed bug where exported GPX files were missing an XML namespace
Fixed bug where items could vanish from Waypoint symbol menu
Fixed bug where longitude field was obscured
Fixed bug where routes appeared as separators in navigation panel
Fixed bug where selection was lost when re-ordering a route
Fixed bug where Software Update could hang while checking for updates
Fixed bug where sorting by name was case sensitive
Fixed bug where source list and device panel were not scrollable
Fixed crash when disconnect device before viewing its panel
Fixed crash when editing route whose first two links were unnamed
Fixed crash when Software Update invoked while Preferences window was open
Fixed crash where search was submitted while existing search was active
Improved appearance of roads at low zoom
Improved appearance of water areas when using latest map data
Now allow user to control zoom while navigating
Now auto-name new routes based on the destination
Now display altitude in small units
Now display turn instructions further from the turn
Now preserve scroll position when deleting items
Now save Page Setup state between sessions
Now sort places by name rather than order of creation
Now use location from previous panel for initial search location
Now use sheets for import/export
Now use system preference for Metric/Imperial units
RouteBuddy 2.0.1 - Released Tuesday, 5th February 2008

Added "home" waypoint
Added road name help tag on hover
Fixed bug where clicking map after naming place would not complete the rename
Fixed bug where durations between 1 and 2 days would be off by 24 hours
Fixed crash if Google Earth invoked when not installed
Fixed crash when loading routes that contained invalid waypoint references
RouteBuddy 2.0 - Released Monday, 14th January 2008

Added brand new user interface and data model
Added graphs for altitude and velocity for tracks
Added over eighty new waypoint symbols
Added status bar to show information on the selected objects
Added support for auto-upgrading Software Update
Added support for Mighty Mouse and dual-finger track-pad scrolling
Added support for pasting URLs from online map services
Added support for reversing routes to calculate a return journey
Fixed bug where coordinates lost precision after uploading to some GPS devices
Fixed bug where GPS accuracy was displayed at twice its true value
Fixed bug where renaming a route would cause it to recalculate
Fixed bug where routes longer than 24 hours displayed an incorrect duration
Fixed bug where search results could be returned multiple times
Fixed bug where timestamps in GPX files were imported in the wrong time zone
Fixed bug where waypoints were not centred on their base
Improved performance for rendering, routing, and searching
Improved performance with thousands of objects
Increased maximum zoom level
Now allow search requests to be cancelled asynchronously to avoid blocking
Now associate URLs and notes with map objects
Now indicate when a GPS device has compressed track information
Now record tracks automatically and continuously
Now route to any existing waypoint or search result
Now use compressed .plist format for library storage
RouteBuddy 1.5 - Released Tuesday, 20th November 2007

Added large icon for Mac OS X 10.5 CoverFlow view
Fixed bug where changes to General preferences panel may not be saved
Fixed bug where extremely large accuracy was displayed when satellites lost
Fixed bug where routing could fail to complete
Fixed bug where user notifications were missing on Mac OS X 10.5
Fixed bug where welcome screen background was missing on Mac OS X 10.5
Fixed crash when importing two .gpx files simultaneously
Fixed crash when printing purchase receipt from KRM
Fixed crash where memory could be exhausted during routing
Improved performance for long distance routing calculations
RouteBuddy 1.4 - Released Friday, 7th September 2007

Added new welcome screen
Added support for CSV import/export
Added support for Google KML import/export
Added support for TomTom .ov2 and .itn import/export
Added support for TomTom Go and Rider devices
Added support for Garmin Nuvi and Zumo devices
Fixed bug when parsing some Google Maps URLs
Fixed bug where application help was missing titles
Fixed bug where application help wasn't searchable
Fixed crash when Find window invoked from wrong thread
Fixed crash when loading older map format
Fixed crash when progress sheet closed before completion
Now support entities within .gpx/.loc files
Now warn if older map format detected
RouteBuddy 1.3 - Released Wednesday, 18th July 2007

Added support for road name display when mouse is hovered
Added support for turn-by-turn navigation
Added turn instructions to route editor
Added voice prompts during navigation
Fixed bug where licenses couldn't be removed using Delete
Fixed bug where route would not redraw correctly while calculating
Fixed bug where spurious console output was produced when moving waypoints
Fixed bug where waypoints that contained newlines would overlap
Fixed crash when finding an address
Now allow Find results to be navigated to
Now display fractional miles
Now display route distances
Now render settlement centres as circles
Now render town names at a higher priority than roads
Now support type-select in waypoint/route/track lists
Now use alpha-aware colour picker
RouteBuddy 1.2.1 - Released Monday, 14th May 2007

Added additional identifiers for Garmin GPSMAP devices
Added additional identifiers for Garmin StreetPilot devices
Added additional identifiers for Garmin Vista devices
Added identification for Garmin GPS 10
Added preferences to control routing hazards and goals
Added support for Garmin Edge
Added support for Garmin Forerunner
Fixed bug where coordinates were truncated unless decimal degrees were used
Fixed bug where demo object limit was off by one
Fixed bug where geocoding failed for roads with a single address
Fixed bug where incorrect warning was shown when demo object limit was reached
Fixed bug where initial map view wasn't centred on Santa Fe
Fixed bug where selecting a waypoint produced unwanted scrolling
Fixed bug where selecting large waypoint lists was extremely slow
Fixed crash when calculating long routes
Fixed crash when deleting empty route
Fixed crash when dismiss Add Waypoints without selecting items
Fixed crash when loading some maps on multi-CPU systems
Fixed crash when opening Device window
Fixed crash when selecting Note tool
Now allow Escape to cancel the Find window
Now incorporate road connectivity into route calculations
Now save calculated route state between sessions
Now save document toolbar state between sessions
Now support latest MultiMap location URL format
RouteBuddy 1.2 - Released Wednesday, 4th April 2007

Added 1km radius to POI search
Added additional identifiers for Garmin Forerunner devices
Added additional identifiers for Garmin GPSMAP devices
Added additional identifiers for Garmin Vista devices
Added identification for iBT-GPS devices
Added identification for Wintec devices
Added new compressed file format to reduce map size
Added preference to control name capitalization
Added support for address searching
Added version number column to Licence window
Fixed bug parsing Google URLs from non-.com sites
Fixed bug where BlueTooth devices could trigger password prompt
Fixed bug where BugReporter license was invalidated
Fixed bug where faith-specific religious POI icons were ignored
Fixed bug where first character of names were mangled during sync
Fixed bug where map installer could only install to startup disk
Fixed bug where region bar could display the wrong location
Fixed bug where routing could calculate invalid route
Fixed bug where routing could leave the road
Fixed crash when dragging malformed files over the window
Fixed crash when importing certain .gpx files
Fixed typo in license dialog
Now display Ferry routes
Now look for maps in all Application Support folders
RouteBuddy 1.1.3 - Released Friday, 22nd December 2006

Fixed bug when importing multiple files via drag
Fixed bug that preventing launching on 10.3.9
Now left-align the help tag for the region bar
Now capitalise keyboard shortcuts in help tags
Added identification for Holux GR-230
Added additional identifiers for Garmin GPSMap 60C
Added additional identifiers for Garmin Forerunner 305
Added additional identifiers for Garmin eTrex Vista C
RouteBuddy 1.1.2 - Released Wednesday, 6th December 2006

Added identification for Earthmate devices
Added identification for Fortuna devices
Added identification for Garmin GPSMAP 376/76 devices
Added identification for Garmin QUEST devices
Added identification for Garmin StreetPilot c310 devices
Added identification for Holux devices
Added identification for Nokia devices
Added identification for Pharos devices
Added support for faith-specific religious POI icons
Fixed bug where Garmin GPS60 failed to sync
Fixed bug where multi-byte waypoint names containing whitespace were mangled
Fixed bug where StreetPilot 2610 displayed wrong icon
Fixed crash during syncing on Intel, due to divide by zero
Fixed hang during printing, due to thread deadlock
Fixed incorrect mapping of Escape key in Route Editor sheet
Now display 6 digits of precision for decimal degrees
Now display all timestamps in the user's local time zone
Now display the correct zoom-out cursor when option-clicking Zoom
RouteBuddy 1.1.1 - Released Friday, 6th October 2006

Added ability to zoom map with Cmd-Wheel
Added GPS status button to toolbar
Added preference for coordinate degree format
Added support for .gpx file import
Added support for .loc file import
Added support for dragged URLs from map web sites
Added support for NMEA 2.3 devices
Added support for NMEA altitude data
Added support tools for debugging devices
Fixed bug when transferring non-alphanumeric waypoint names
Fixed bug where Device Info window was not floating
Fixed bug where document was marked as dirty due to routing
Fixed bug where documents saved on Intel used incorrect byte order
Fixed bug where Garmin StreetPilot 2610 was incorrectly identified
Fixed bug where multiple items could not be dragged
Fixed bug where Navigator slider did not update after zoom
Fixed bug where palette visibility was not saved
Fixed bug where recording a track ignored units preference
Fixed bug where routes could consume mouse events from waypoints
Fixed bug where track editor would not refresh on units change
Fixed bug where URLs from Google Maps ignored zoom level
Fixed crash if device attached after modifying the toolbar
Now adjust zoom cursor when reach min/max limit
Now auto-open map object list if selected while collapsed
Now cancel Route tool when Escape pressed
Now display incremental progress when syncing
Now save map object list width in documents
Now show focus ring around map object list
RouteBuddy 1.1 - Released Thursday, 17th August 2006

Added support for routing
Added Universal Binary support
Added support for high-speed NMEA devices
Can now create a waypoint directly from a location
Can now insert existing waypoints into a route
Can now parse Windows Live URLs
Fixed bug whereby Software Update may not run
Fixed crash when closing document window
Fixed crash when opening an unknown document format
Fixed crash when using Navigator window
Fixed crash when using Note tool
Fixed several small memory leaks
Fixed use of International English spelling
Improve compatibility with Garmin devices
Improve map watermark to explain demo limitations
Improved appearance of Navigator window
Recognise additional devices:
BMW Navigator III
Edge 305
eTrex Legend Cx, Venture Cx, Vista Cx
Forerunner 301, 305
GPS 18, 60, 120, 120 XL, 125 Sounder
GPSMAP 60CSx, 60Cx, 76CSx, 76Cx, 276C, 296
Quest I, Quest II
Rino 530
StreetPilot c330, i3
RouteBuddy 1.0 - Released Tuesday, 25th July 2006

Initial release