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    Default iGo Primo 2.4 User Zoom Settings

    Hi all,

    Could someone tell me the functions of Overview, Overview 2D, and Overview 3D in User Zoom settings? I assumed that they were the approaching distances when the Maps are zoomed in in 2D and 3D but what is the purpose of the "overview" setting then?

    When the Zoom is set to "Auto" then what approaching distance it would use then and can I set it?

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    Perhaps reading the Owner's Manual might help.

    I've uploaded a copy to .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristen View Post
    Perhaps reading the Owner's Manual might help.

    I've uploaded a copy to .
    I have read the Owner's Manual but it did not explain the definitions of the three settings because they are the Skin settings
    Last edited by Wildwild; 04-12-16 at 01:37 PM.

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    Sorry, I don't know the answer, but perhaps you can just try each of the settings and see what effect it has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtv View Post
    Sorry, I don't know the answer, but perhaps you can just try each of the settings and see what effect it has.
    Thanks. I'm already doing that and it's going to take a while so find out what the settings do

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