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tedbear
Posted 10/12/2020 08:05 (#8542014 - in reply to #8541910)
Subject: RE: Using planting maps while harvesting


Don't call it a 'gator, it's a Ranger
I used the term Perspective from older systems. This is the view where the depiction is as if you were viewing the situation from a helicopter flying behind. Another might be thought of as seeing the situation again from the helicopter but looking straight down from above.

My Trimble 750 has these two choices also, The one I called Perspective they call Trailing. They refer to the the other view as Overhead.

Push the second icon from the left on the bottom to view your map information in different ways. This will show the same information but sometimes one is more useful than the others. You also have the option of showing two maps at the same time. This works fine but I rarely use it. Many times this is just a personal preference and really doesn't matter.

If you did not actually record the varieties with the InCommand 1200 but loaded them from something else you may not be in the same situation as I am.

Edited by tedbear 10/14/2020 06:08
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