RouteBuddy GPS update fixes routing issues

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GPS software-maker, RouteBuddy, released an update for its software of the same name, fixing several bugs, including one that affects routing.

RouteBuddy 2.2 also fixed several other issues with the application including a bug where cached labels would display with corrupt edges; a bug where source list wouldn’t expand when dragged; and a cosmetic glitch in device panel when window was expanded. Several new items were added to the application as well like auto-naming routes created between two existing waypoints, support for 3Dconnexion controllers, and support for in-application “RouteBuddy Store.”

RouteBuddy requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later and costs $99.50. The update is available from the company’s Web site.

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