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Introduction to macros in GSAK. By Jim Greene (a.k.a. onslowfisherman). Presented at NZ MEGA 2012 in Dunedin, New Zealand on Saturday 20th October, 2012.

Introduction to macros in GSAK. By Jim Greene (a.k.a. onslowfisherman). Presented at NZ MEGA 2012 in Dunedin, New Zealand on Saturday 20th October, 2012.

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  • Macro Run/Manage Button
  • Macro Buttons Bar
  • Drop Down Menu Macro
  • Macros - Mine
  • Get to via Help-GSAK Forums
  • GSAK Help Dropdown
  • Master Macro Index
  • Access to Master Macro Index from Macro Management Page.
  • Macro Library Index
  • HTML Split Screen Display
  • Split Screen Options
  • Cache Highlighted in the DB
  • Get Caches Along A Route Macro
  • Macro Cache Route – Get Caches
  • Features
  • Caches Along a Route Options.I can add more text
  • Set for a route from Dunedin to Timaru 5km band
  • Macro Cache Route – Get Caches
  • Macro Options Bar
  • Check for latest version(s) of Macro(s) Checks the Master Macro Index
  • Gmap Image 1
  • Gmap Images 2

NZ MEGA 2012 Presentation - GSAK 3 Intermediate II NZ MEGA 2012 Presentation - GSAK 3 Intermediate II Presentation Transcript

  • Macros, what are they what do they do ?n. pl. mac·ros Computer Science“A single, user-defined command that is part of an application and executes a seriesof commands”The ones I use most frequently are on my Buttons Bar GarminExport.gsk. SendImagesToGarmin.gsk ChildCode2UD.gsk Hints2UserNotes.gsk FindStatGen43Beta.gsk Google_Map_V3.gsk GMapShot.gsk GetCachesOnRoute.gsk MyMunzeesCSV.gsk WatchlistManager.gsk myGMEv3 (4).gskThe final one here is the one in the blue circle which takes me to all my installedMacros 6 November 2012 1
  • My-Macro-Run-Button-Bar Clicking on an image button will run the linked macro. The blue circled one is the link to all the macros I have installed. Hovering the cursor over an image brings up a flag that tells you what that button does.6 November 2012 2
  • Macro Buttons Bar6 November 2012 3
  • Drop Down Menu Macro6 November 2012 4
  • Macros – Some of Mine6 November 2012 5
  • Get to via Help-GSAK Forums Left click on “Help” When you get to the first page of the GSAK Forum scroll down to “MASTER MACRO INDEX”6 November 2012 6
  • GSAK Help Dropdown6 November 2012 7
  • Master Macro Index6 November 2012 8
  • Or access Master Macro Index from Macro Management Page.6 November 2012 9
  • Macro Library Index6 November 2012 10
  • A sample of the macros available via the index6 November 2012 11
  • Some of Heiner’s Macros6 November 2012 12
  • A useful macro. HTML Split Screen Display Macro6 November 2012 13
  • Split Screen Options6 November 2012 14
  • Macro - HTML Split Screen Map Nearest6 November 2012 15
  • Cache Highlighted in the DB6 November 2012 16
  • Get Caches Along A Route Macro6 November 2012 17
  • Using Get Caches Along A Route Macro6 November 2012 18
  • Alternative options in the Get Geocaches Along a Route Macro6 November 2012 19
  • Caches Along a Route Options6 November 2012 20
  • Set for a route from Dunedin to Timaru with a 5km band6 November 2012 21
  • Route boxed and ready to be loaded into GSAK6 November 2012 22
  • Send the information to GSAK6 November 2012 23
  • Macro Cache Route – Now ready to go and “Get” the caches via the Geocaching.com API6 November 2012 24
  • The options for the GetCaches in the Get Geocaches Along a Route Macro6 November 2012 25
  • Partial view of GSAK Split Screen showing the caches “Got”6 November 2012 26
  • Using map macros to show the results. The one on the left is Google GM3 and, on the right myGM36 November 2012 27
  • 6 November 2012 28
  • Macro Options Bar. Click on “Version” to check if you have the latest.6 November 2012 29
  • Check for latest version(s) of Macro(s) Checks the Master Macro Index6 November 2012 30
  • Gmap Image. These can be downloaded to some Garmin GPSrs.6 November 2012 31
  • Gmap Images. Guess where?6 November 2012 32
  • This is the end of the slides.It is now Question TimeAfter that, or now if there is enough time and/or interest, I could show you how toset up your own Macro Buttons Bar complete with image icons.If anyone would like to get some further help I will be available at times over theweekend.This presentation will be followed by a GSAK Advanced session led by Heiner.Thank you for coming. I hope that this has been a good learning experience. 6 November 2012 33