I have never tried it, but why do you not try to cocatenate the files e.g. copy poi1.ov2+poi2.ov2 personal.ov2 It may work. Might not. May as well try it. Nothing ventured nothing gained. It is a very basic DOS command
Is it possible to mix theese two POI in order to find the closest place to sleep?
There are a couple of nifty little files that can help:
DumpOV2.exe - This program converts an OV2 file containing Tomtom POIs to a readable ASC file.
MakeOV2.exe - This program converts an ASC file back to an OV2 POI file.
So, use DumpOV2.exe to convert each of your relevant POI files to ASC, cut and paste the contents of all the relevant ASC files into a single file, then use MakeOV2.exe to create a new POI file containing all the information from the previous ones.
It takes longer to explain than to do.
Use Google or similar to find both files on the internet.
I'm trying to use makeov2 but I get "0 location successfully read".
I have just read this post but did not help me.
If I add a second line I get "1 locations successfully read" so the first location is skipped. Why?
It seems the problem was blank line missing at the end of the file.
I didn't find this information in the help file.
Last edited by SirfStar; 6th February 2013 at 21:02.
Reason: problem solved