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You can download the .ZIP file to anywhere. It is critically
important, however, that you UNZIP the contents into a
newly-created, empty, and not protected (like not under Program
Files) directory. Then make sure you execute APRSIS32.EXE from
within that newly created directory.
By placing the .ZIP into the directory where you unzipped it, it
is still possible that you double-clicked a folder view of the
.ZIP and not the unzipped .EXE file.
The behavior you are describing may be Rob's first issue, but it
certainly describes what you see when you double-click a .ZIP
Try going to the following URL and see if
you get a map tile.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE
for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 7/5/2020 6:43 PM, Rob Giuliano via
Cross posting to the
That sounds like 2
1. having an issue
connectin to the internet (port blockled) and you can't
I know I can't download
maps when I am at work - it is blocked.
2. the folder access for
either the APRSIS32.xml or maps
Is there an APRSIS32.XML
file in the folder you tried installing it into?
You can attach that and
maybe there will be a clue.
PS: Please reply to all
to post to the APRSIS32 groips.io board.
On Sunday, July 5, 2020, 5:28:45 PM EDT, David George
Robert, thank you for emailing me back.
After downloading the zip file to the C drive into
its own folder,(not under programs) I unzipped the
file. It required me to insert my call sign and the
pass code you gave me.
After entering this I was expecting the map to show
up for me to enter my location, as shown by the video?
All that would show up was a white box across my
screen a half inch wide 6 inchess long with a small
blue square flashing on and off.
I tried many times and gave up.
On Sun, Jul 5, 2020 at 4:44 PM Rob
I don't remember seeing
another post, or I deleted the update
and not the original.
Did you ever get this
On Thursday, July 2, 2020, 9:14:12
PM EDT, David George <va3dpg@...
When starting the exe file you
are required to enter call sign and
ssid, and enter. That’s is as far as
I can get
On Jul 2, 2020, at 9:09 PM, Rob
I am not
sure what you are
referring to with"Filled
the required fields on
start up. Aprsis32 no
getting stations in the
scroll bar (left side)
that are coming in from
check your status by
allow you to see the
interaction with the
disable APRS-IS and
re-enable the port with
logging, you can see if
there are any errors
On Thursday, July 2,
2020, 6:35:27 PM EDT,
David George <va3dpg@...
Thanks for the
code. Filled the
required fields on
start up. Aprsis32
On Jul 2, 2020,
at 5:40 PM, Rob