brett06 at tpg.com.au
Thu Aug 24 13:37:02 BST 2006
The below email also made me think of a question. When creating a point
and you label it and press options, there is an option in that menu
called "from commencement". What does this option do and when would you
want to use it.
BTW I have borrowed a friends GPS receiver for the week and have been
madly playing with loadstone and am quite impressed with what it can do.
I labelled a point at the exit to my local train station and when coming
home today Loadstone said the exit was to my left. It's usually to the
right and I thought it was being effected by storm clouds, but loadstone
was correct, not me, Boo Hoo!. A GPS receiver is next on my shopping
list, then a donation to Loadstone. Thanks for making this available to
From: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com
[mailto:loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com] On Behalf Of Shawn
Sent: Thursday, 24 August 2006 4:38 PM
To: General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Questions
You can delete a point by going to exploration mode, moving to the
hit key 1 and select the functions menu, then scroll down to delete
it's quite a few options down. Then you'll be asked to confirm that you
to delete the point. If so, hit yes and that's it.
You can keep your maps separate by creating another database. To do this
to the file menu and select load database. If you want to create a new
database then select new file and give it a name. To load an existing
database just choose the file from the list.
On Wed, 23 Aug 2006, Jeff wrote:
> I have a couple of questions. First, I am having trouble deleting a
> point that I created. With my GPS enabled I have gone to Exploration
> Mode and moved to the point, and when I press the pound/hash key
> followed by Key 1, my choices are from commencement, saving, save
> using current or update. There is no choice to delete the point.
> Isn't there a way to delete the point? Also I am unclear on how to
> import new maps without including the original map. I know when you
> first load the program that there is a default file under
> system/apps/loadstone/databases. That file is empty of points until
> you create points or until you import a map from the point share
> on-line server. Now if I import a map from my local area, and then
> later import a map from some other area that I will be visiting, how
> do I keep from importing the maps together? Another words how do I
> deep my local map separate from some other maps? I know that
> depending on how big the database file is it will take longer for
> Loadstone to access it. I hope my questions are clear. Please let me
> know if you need more information.
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