[Loadstone] Some observations re points.

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Thu Dec 7 13:23:08 GMT 2006

Reducing the approach time would probably help your multiple point announce 
problem. If the points are close together it's possible you'd be within 30 
seconds of multiple points. The minimum time is 10 seconds. This is because 
the phone is checking every 5 seconds or so. This isn't exact thoe so it 
could be a little longer than that. The lower setting may work well in some 
situations but not all. On a buss for example 10 seconds is a pretty short 
time to pull the bell and have the bus stop. It all depends on personal 
preference I guess.

On Wed, 6 Dec 2006, Aedan O'Meara wrote:

> Hi Shawn,
> The other day I tried changing the approach speed setting to 02, it needs
> the leading 0 to take, and hey presto the multiple calling of too many
> points has ceased!
> Is the restriction to 10 on this setting deliberate or is it a bug?
> I know that one may need to increase the approach distance a bit to
> compensate but the difference to performance is fantastic.
> I no longer feel the need for a serial route as discussed before.
> In close city use the speed definitely needs to be reduced. The setting of
> 10 seems to me to be more suitable to a rural setting.
> On a totally different topic, I noticed that when naming a point Loadstone
> doesn't allow capitalisation of the leading character. Is this deliberate?
> The effect of this is that Talks will not say "Street" for "St." and this
> means that I have had to spell out all points longhand., where abbreviations
> would have done.
> I notice that the # key is fixed on lower case in update mode. Is this for
> any special reason?
> The Data cable has not arrived yet - re turning off SN in Holux.
> Regards
> Aedan.
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