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They seem bullet proofSays who?
Without spending a lot of time reloading the versions of MapSource that were current at these times and studying the files, I cannot answer why the old file worked, but not the new.I answered my own question.
Again, it looks like the Edge works with what it is given. Given only the waypoints, it navigates straight lines. Given the breadcrumbs of the routepoint extensions, it uses them to navigate roads.Not quite:
adding route-point extensions does not cause trouble for receivers that cannot use them.Here is a curious discovery: it seems as if adding empty route-point extensions causes trouble for receivers that do use them! They are responsible for fooling the Edge 705 into not calculating the route.
For those who have not been studying trip planning software, MapSource is still current.Here is the official response from Garmin that I just received: