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Map loading problem posted on 1 May

Map file name extention is geotiff. Loaded to phone and it sat on immage folder.

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Hi again,

To my knowledge, am afraid it is not possible. A *.tif image is very basic graphic file whereas an *.sis is a simulated 3D image.

Perhaps you can try doing a Google for "convert *.tif to *.sis".

Good luck with your project.

Posted on May 03, 2008

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