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Re: Sending GX2150 AIS NMEA data to chart plotter over Bluetooth

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Originally Posted by audeojude View Post
Thanks for the quick reply. On my netbook It does run really slow because of all the maps that are loaded. sometimes 30 or 40 seconds to go from map to map. My main computer is a lot faster though and at the longest I have a 4 or 5 second delay. Most of the time it is pretty seamless. Didn't know if that was normal or I could get even more speed out of it if I had misconfigured it.
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It does not take nearly that long on my netbook. After you reduce the number of charts, you should force a full database rebuild. If that does not work, you should check the OpenCPN section of CruisersForum for support from the authors.
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