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On Sat, 25 Feb 2017, M. J. Everitt via list wrote:
which I would recommend, or use Google Maps for free, but maps are mostly online (be careful with lossy data in rural areas!))
Google maps now allows you to cache areas. Huge areas. I cached most of south India in my phone before I left home and always have Devon cached (it expires after a month or so, but you can update it).
I use Juice - I was lucky enough to get a free upgrade to the "pro" version too.
PS. Muggins has to buy a new monitor for the desktop. It's looking like the shortlist will probably be a matching 22" Iiyama to go with my existing Iiyama. The old 19" 4:3 has developed a nice strobing fault on 'resume' after standby, so I think the time has come to retire it from full-time duty to embedded use! Anyone have any particular Yays or Nays on monitors - I've had mixed experiences with most manufacturers myself, with the exception of Iiyama which seem to have been consistent for the price. Has to have VGA, DVI and HDMI as a pre-req. as I need the option to switch between more devices with different video outputs!
My BENQ "Senseye3" is working just fine. It's a 24" full HD 1920x1080 Looks like you can still get them: https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Monitors+%26+TVs/24+inch/24%22+BenQ+Widescreen+LED+Multimedia+Monitor+-+GL2450HM+?productId=55235I've had mine since August 2013... It has all 3 inputs and audio (which could be better, but it's OK)
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