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    Transparent Grid Overlays

    Anybody else using "Transparent Grid Overlays" when checking out a fairly large area? Seems to help if doing an area of interest (Fairly large area - 3-5 acres or bigger)...and you want to go over it with a fine toothed comb. This and Maprika for out in the field...take a snapshot of area of interest...make up map with grid included...upload to Maprika server...download to cellphone or tablet...and you can navigate to a very specific grid area.

    I've got one I can upload to TN if anybody is interested...
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    OR, you can just do it the old fashioned newbie way, taking two 25' pieces of string, and laying them in grid lines 44" apart. As you get more experience, you won't need the fancy tools. It is pure feel after a few years. Great toy though. Thank's for sharing!

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    Mower and disc lines work pretty good too. That's why I like doing parks, schools and athletic and farm fields. 😁
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    Quote Originally Posted by Got-Good-Tones View Post
    Anybody else using "Transparent Grid Overlays" when checking out a fairly large area? Seems to help if doing an area of interest (Fairly large area - 3-5 acres or bigger)...and you want to go over it with a fine toothed comb. This and Maprika for out in the field...take a snapshot of area of interest...make up map with grid included...upload to Maprika server...download to cellphone or tablet...and you can navigate to a very specific grid area.

    I've got one I can upload to TN if anybody is interested...
    Very interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    Very interested
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