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August 19, 2011
5:26 am
Nashua, New Hampshire USA
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There are two easy ways to show your location & elevation.

The easiest is to have 2 info fields on the map show them all the time.
You can have up to 4 fields on the map;

Or if you don't want the map cluttered up with info fields then set a button for 'Dashboard' and have the dashboard set up to show what ever you want.
You can have up to eight fields on the dashboard;

This is my dashboard;

When in trouble or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout
August 18, 2011
3:18 am
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One feature of my Triton 400 that I used a lot was to push the down button to get a reading from the map as to the altitude and location.

I would like to be able to program one of the buttons on my x610 to permit me to do this quickly without fumbling through the menus.

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