Is there a I'm in the process of creating background maps for areas in which I often work, and am wondering if there's a practical working limit to the SQLite file size. Do files over a certain size bog down the application response?
When I tried to load the background maps I created, I followed the instructions in the document Getting Background Maps onto the Triumph-LS dated 03/10/15. This document may be out of date, as I was unable to load the maps. The instruction say to put the SQLite files on the LS SD card in \VS Data\BackgroundMaps, which I did:
However, when I tried to add the background to an existing project, I was only offered the following options:
When transferring files over a USB cable, I ran into the same "drive needs repair" messages I've encountered lately using thumb drives. I had to reboot the LS in order to get it to see the SQLite files I loaded when using the native Browsing Files function.
I put mine in SD Card/jdata/BackgroundMaps/. I made it a favorite folder and when I select it from the favorites list it shows the path as media/sdcard/part1/jdata/BackgroundMaps/. The two paths seem to be the same place.