[Loadstone] Exploration mode keys
shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Wed Jul 19 02:32:41 BST 2006
Thanks for your suggestions about exploration mode.
To make a couple corrections to the keys that Monty posted earlier, the *
key is used to mark/unmark a point and the joystick works similar to the way
it does in navigation mode. So, up shows the next point going north, left
shows the next point going west and so on. This lets you look at the next
point without moving to it. Since there's only 4 directions on the joystick
it's not as accurate as the number keys.
I'll have to look at implementing some of your suggestions.
On Tue, 18 Jul 2006, Ari Moisio wrote:
> Hi Monty & list
> May i suggest a little change to exploration key assigments:
> - Each number key 1-9 will tell what point is nearest in given direction.
> - Shift + key 1-9 will move to given direction.
> - Shift + 5 will return to previous point.
> - Joysstick works same way as in navigation mode, ie up tells if there
> are points in same direction as previous movement, down tells previous
> point and so on.
> - Another possibility is to make two exploration modes, one based on
> cardinal directions and other based on relative travel direction. In
> latter case number 2 tells what is front of user, shift 2 moves there, 3
> tells nearest point front-rigth, shift 3 turns travel direction 45
> degrees clockwise and moves to nearest point and so on. Number 5 could
> tell current virtual heading and shift-5 (and shift-8 of course) will
> move back to previous point.
> btw: i'll would be interested to translate program and documentation in
> finnish as soon i become more familiar with software.
> On Mon, 17 Jul 2006, Monty Lilburn wrote:
>> Good point, that isn't in the documentation come to think of it. I'll
>> have to put it in.
>> For now, I'll just tell you and everyone else.
>> Each one of the following keystrokes will move you to the nearest point in
>> the direction you choose.
>> 5=current position (may need a GPS receiver for this key)
>> asterisk=current time (need GPS reciever for this)
>> 0=toggle between Exploration and Navigation modes
>> Hash=update currently selected point (would need a GPS receiver for this)
>> In addition, Shift+some_key will execute navigation mode commands. The
>> shift key is the backspace key on most mobiles.
>> On Mon, 17 Jul 2006, Ari Moisio wrote:
>>> Is there documentation about exploration mode hotkeys?
>>> Can i delete points from database?
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