Old 08-10-2017, 06:56 AM
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Originally Posted by scallen2112 View Post
Oh my, thank you. We are so lucky to have someone so helpful. What ever would we do without you? And to think I, as a mere mortal, was stupid enough to think it might be a good idea to know the menus BEFORE going out and wasting my time on the water familiarizing myself with with menus I could have learned beforehand. Thank you for setting me straight - I feel so inadequate now.
Well don't get you panties all up in a wad. I think you are over-thinking this. The best way to learn is to sit at the plotter with the manual and work through the menus. It's not rocket surgery...and there is no "simulator" software. If you need to do this, bring it home with you and plug it in to a 12v power supply and play to your heart's content.