Using OnTimeZone.com data in Streets and Trips
Our data is offered in multiple Microsoft Streets and Trips formats at the "Files/Downloads" link on the navigation bar to the left..
There are several ways to use this data in Streets and Trips, each with advantages and disadvantages.
Copy/Paste color coded borders into an existing S&T file:
Copy/Paste single color borders into an existing S&T file:
Import our S&T GPX file into existing S&T file:
Here are some general traits of the various options for S&T users:
* Works only with Streets & Trips version 2010 or later.
A note about viewing the borders:
When viewed in Streets and Trips, at wider zoom ranges the time zone lines may appear to be significantly off from borders which they are supposed to follow. This is because when zoomed out S&T sometimes uses approximated border data. If you zoom in to the 90 mile range or tighter, most such discrepancies disappear and you will find the time zone lines accurately track the borders. On rare occasions you may need to zoom in as tight as 18 miles to get S&T to show its border data with sufficient accuracy. If you are zoomed into the 18 mile range or tighter and see a discrepancy, please drop me a note to let me know.
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