bird's eye view vs 3D view ?

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    s2ksimon

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    i'm most likely going with the 920. btw :D (am going to love the voice recog)

    i'm currently used to a non 3D view and the birds eye view with my garmin 2610.

    does Tom Tom allow the maps, the route to be changed to a bird's eye view ?

    Other question:
    For example, when you come to a stop light, can you quickly touch the screen and scroll ahead to see more of your intended route ? and then another quick tap to keep the current route of where you are continues

    makes sense ?
     
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    All of the devices have a 2D view where you can zoom in and out. The NavCore 7 firmware adds the 2D North view which was previously only on the Navigator software for PDA's.

    To answer your other question, you won't be able to do that. When navigating, tapping the screen takes you to Main Menu.
     
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    Digital Flex is correct.
    TomTom made the option of touching the screen to access the Main Menu for easy access.
     
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