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Grab various types of content from the Internet and keep track of the download progress by relying on this application that packs several useful functions

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Windows XP: Press the Windows key + R. Type devmgmt.msc. Right-click the Garmin Device. If it is not clear which device is the Garmin, disconnect the Garmin device from the computer and make note of which item disappears from the list. That item should return upon reconnecting the device. Click Update Driver. Google Photos is the home for all your photos and videos, automatically organized and easy to share.

  • added Danish language.
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Feb 28, 2012 ANT Agent for Mac v. 2.2.2 ANT Agent v. 2.3.4 for Windows GTMxx Traffic Receiver Type 3 v. 3.10 Forerunner 310XT v. Garmin Support Download Section). If you're like me and are constantly on a laptop – there are really two minor issues that I have with the Garmin USB stick that I use to download workouts from my. Download Usb Ant Stick Driver.

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Browsing online content can be a pleasant way of spending your time, but sometimes you cannot connect to the Internet. Fortunately, you can download your preferred content on your computer, so you can enjoy it in offline mode, as well.

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Although you can rely on your web browser's integrated download manager, turning to third-party software can offer you better results. Ant Download Manager is one of the applications that can help you.

Minimalistic, user-friendly interface with several useful functions

This application comes with a plain, unsophisticated design that allows you to quickly familiarize yourself with its functions without great efforts. However, since it does not include any form of help documentation, if you are a novice, operating it might be based on trial and error.

On the bright side, you can access a standard configuration menu where you can adjust several parameters in order to further simplify your experience.

Generic download manager with added support for video content

You can rely on this program to grab online content and save it on your computer in a convenient way. Adding an item to the queue can be easily achieved by copying its download link to the clipboard. The application automatically detects it and allows you to specify the save path.

Additionally, you can access a tool that allows you to download videos from various websites, including YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion and Facebook. You just need to provide it with a valid address and hit the refresh button, so the utility can fetch additional data, such as name, thumbnail and playback details. It is possible that you choose your preferred format from various available options.

Handy configuration menu with numerous customizable parameters

This application allows you to adjust several settings by accessing the configuration menu. It is possible to customize startup behavior, define supported file types, adjust download speeds and set custom notification sounds.

To sum it up, Ant Download Manager is a reliable application that allows you to organize and keep track of your downloads in a convenient manner. However, note that it does not include any form of help documentation.

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LIMITATIONS IN THE UNREGISTERED VERSION
  • The free version lacks:
  • Downloading high resolution video
  • Converting video to MP3 audio
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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Problem: In the altitude histogram, TrailRunner displays three values derived from altitude values. These are named elevation, ascent and descent. What's the different between these?
Description: Elevation is the absolute difference between the highest summit and the lowest valley. It may also be named altitude difference or altitude range.
Ascent is being displayed as ascent/descent value which is the gain in only positive / negative altitude differences.
Example: With an altitude series of 10, 13, 15, 13, 11, 16
the elevation is 10..16 = 6
the ascent is 10..15 + 11..16 = 10
and the descent is 15..11 = 4
Tip: As most GPS receivers tend to be very inaccurate with the recoding of altitude data, the ascent and decent values can become unnaturally high as only small gains can sum up to huge values. In TrailRunner > Preferences > Advanced you can set a high pass filter for the ascent/descent calculation. See Filter altitude noise.
Additional note: It may even happen that you record a round-trip and the ascent and descent values differ. This comes from the simple fact that altitude recordings made by a GPS are extremely inaccurate. To calculate the altitude, the GPS requires good reception of at least three satellites. If reception differs during two visits of a location, the derived ascent and descent values will also differ.
Problem: You have a Mac at home and one at work. You would like to synchronize your TrailRunner diary with these two computers.
Solution: TrailRunner supports Dropbox. You can put the TrailRunner documents into your Dropbox and the data gets synchronized between all linked computers.
As you might already know, TrailRunner stores all vital information within your home directories Application Support folder
To move your TrailRunner data to Dropbox, follow these steps:
- Download and install Dropbox.
- By default, Dropbox creates a new folder in your home directory called Dropbox.
- Open this folder and make sure that a folder named Documents exists within. If this is not the case, create one with the exact spelling.
- Now go to: [yourhome]/Library/Application Support/
- Within, find the folder named TrailRunner and move this into the aforementioned Documents folder.
Next time you start up TrailRunner, the application will check on if your home directory contains the following folder:
[yourhome]/Dropbox/Apps/TrailRunner/Application Support
If that's the case, TrailRunner will access this location instead of the default Library/Application Support location.
If the default folder does not suit you, these alternatives are also looked into:
[yourhome]/Documents/Dropbox/Apps/TrailRunner/Application Support[yourhome]/Dropbox/Apps/TrailRunner/Application Support[yourhome]/Dropbox/Documents/TrailRunner
[yourhome]/Shared/Library/Application Support/TrailRunner
As this folder now is located within your dropbox, it is automatically being backed up and synchronized between all computers being linked to your dropbox.


TrailRunner directly and indirectly supports several workout recording devices. As it’s very time consuming to directly support fitness devices, I decided to interface with dedicated helper applications that do a much better job than I could do on my own. Go to TrailRunner > Preferences > Synchronize > Helper Applications to set the desired interface as described below.
Apple Nike+ iPod Sport Kit, Nike+ SportBand, Nike+GPS for iPhone.
Direct import of workout data when you attach your iPod as a volume, set the mount as volume option in iTunes. For the Nike+ SportBand and Nike+GPS iPhone app, in preferences set synchronization to nikeplus.com, then in the main window click on Apple+Nike toolbar icon. Follow the screen instructions in TrailRunner to import your workouts from your nikeplus.com account.
iPhone GPS Recording Apps
Most iPhone GPS recording apps are capable of sending a recorded session to your mac via email. If the file format is anything like GPX, KML or TCX then you can directly import the recording via drag and drop of the file onto the TrailRunner application Icon.
Some Applications like Trails, RaceBunny or iTrail use the TrailRunner native communication interface via wifi.
Read more about iPhone Apps supported by TrailRunner.

Garmin


Edge 605/705/500/800/510/810
ForeRunner 620/910XT
Oregon/fenix/tactix
Import directly from the Fitness device by attaching it via USB to your Mac. Set Garmin USB Mass storage as your helper application and follow the screen instructions in TrailRunner.
ForeRunner FR50, FR60, 310XT, 405 and 405CX
Garmin ANT Agent for Mac OS X allows you to transfer fitness data from compatible Garmin ANT devices to and from your Mac. Once your device is synchronized with your Mac, TrailRunner can access the data and import the local TCX files. Set the Garmin ANT Agent as your helper application and follow the screen instructions in TrailRunner.
ForeRunner 201/301/305/405, FR60, Garmin Edge 205/305/605/705
Import by using Garmin Training Center as the synchronization helper.
To send courses to your fitness device use the helper application LoadMyTracks or GPSBable (see below).

Suunto


Ambit
Import by using Suunto MovesLink2 as the synchronization helper.

Polar


RS200, RS200sd, CS200, CS200cad or F6 heart rate monitor
Import by using TrackRecord as the synchronization helper using the Mac's built-in microphone, iSight or an external microphone.
Any other Polar HRM file containing distance information can also be imported into TrailRunner. This includes files with the .hrm extension or .xml extension that may come from polarpersonaltrainer.com
If you own a Polar S625x with Irda the only known way is to use a PC emulation with Polar Personal Trainer and then export a HRM file. Please let me know if you find any better solution. (Forum: MAC with polar watches)
CS500
Upload you data to polarpersonaltrainer.com, export as an Polar HRM XML file and import that into TrailRunner
Please let me know if you find any better solution.

Timex


Global Trainer GPS
Use the Timex Device Agent which works exclusively with TrainingPeaks. Export a PWX file and import the file into TrailRunner.

Other


Supported GPS Devices
LoadMyTracks can communicate with most classical GPS devices like all Garmin, Magellan or even TomTom devices.
MacTravelRecorder can export GPX files from GPS mouses like the iBlue.
Another great software to connect your GPS device is GPSBabel. It's an openSource initiative and supports almost any device or file format on the planet like formats from devices like Garmin GPS, Magellan GPS, TomTom GPS, many map programs and other GPS receivers. Save your recordings as a GPX file and import them into TrailRunner.
Supported File formats
TrailRunner can directly read and import files in the following formats:
GPX (either containing routes or tracks)
TCX (Garmin XML Database)
FIT (Garmin Fitness Database)
KML (GoogleEarth)
PWX (TrainingPeaks)
HRM (Polar HRM files)
XML (polarpersonaltrainer.com XML export)
fitlog (SportTracks FitnessLogbook)
If you have any different file format, use GPSBabel to convert it to any of the supported file formats above
Problem: When background maps in TrailRunner are set to openStreetMap, the displayed maps are outdated or use a renderer I do not prefer.
Solution: TrailRunner supports the following OSM Render Styles: Classic OpenStreetMap, OpenCycleMap and CloudMade Fine line. To switch between these, Goto to Bottom Toolbar > Background Map > Display Settings. In the left pane select any of the available OSM tile servers.
Tip: As tiles are heavily cached in TrailRunner, you may want to right click the map and reload background maps whenever you see outdated tiles being displayed from the cache. To reload all osm map tiles, delete the following folder: < yourhome >/Library/Caches/TrailRunner/MapViewTiles/openstreetmap.org
Problem: Your ForeRunner device displays a distance for a workout. Garmin Training Center displays the same distance but TrailRunner displays a different distance.
Background: During the workout, your ForeRunner records geographical data points. At the same time your ForeRunner internally adds up the distances as a total distance so far. If you have intelligent recording enabled on your ForeRunner and the GPS signal quality isn't too good, the device will alter the recorded geographical course -- and therefore the derived distance -- after it knows better. Problem is that at the same time the overall distance should also be adjusted, which is not the case.
Status: To avoid confusion, TrailRunner usually displays the distance your device is displaying. But it could happen that the real distance, based on the mere data points, 'slips through' in TrailRunner. This indeed is contradictory information but at the same time it is like impossible to me to 'do it right'.