[Loadstone] Feature wish, was Re: problems with royaltek rbt2010
arimo at netsonic.fi
Wed Jul 26 18:34:54 BST 2006
Route creation would be easier with special route creation mode, it could
be something like this:
- First Loadstone will ask name for new route. Window title is set to 'New
route xxx' to remind this mode.
- When add new point it will be marked automatically.
- If there is already a nearby point user can mark it instead of creating
- If user has walked too far away from previous added point Loadstone will
alert the user to create new point.
- After route creation user is reminded to save this new route.
On Wed, 26 Jul 2006, Monty Lilburn wrote:
> To test the route mode, go for a walk - creating relevant points no less
> than 100 metres or so apart. (don't worry if your route is a straight
> When you're finished your walk, go into Exploration mode and trace your
> route - marking each point with the star key as you go.
> Then, press SoftKey1 to enter the options menu and arrow down to File and
> press select. Then arrow down to Save Point List and press select. Enter
> a meaningful name for this route and press select.
> Then, to use the route, use SoftKey1 to enter the options menu, arrow down
> to File, and press select. Then, arrow to Load Point List and press
> select. Choose the file containing the route you just saved and press
> Then, making sure you are in Navigation mode, turn route mode on in the
> functions menu and follow your route buy using the joystick.
> I hope this helps and please keep us posted on your progress.
> Best regards,
> On Wed, 26 Jul 2006, Tasha Raella Chemel wrote:
>> Ok, Now I'm getting some signal, but my receiver isn't at all accurate. I
>> know it's suppose to be accurate to about ten meters, but when I walked
>> about 30 meters (and even after I arrived at my destination!) it was still
>> saying "crossley, 8 meters to the south." also, route mode isn't present in
>> the functions menu, just exploration and navigation modes.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "David Tanner" <david-tanner at peoplepc.com>
>> To: "General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program"
>> <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 12:35 AM
>> Subject: Re: [Loadstone] problems with royaltek rbt2010
>>> It sounds like your receiver is connected, but that you aren't finding any
>>> satelites. I have gotten that message a couple of times, but when I got
>>> outside away from the building it was picking up fine. I have the same
>>> receiver, and it works great with Loadstone.
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Tasha Raella Chemel" <tashiegirl at rcn.com>
>>> To: <Loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
>>> Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 11:53 AM
>>> Subject: [Loadstone] problems with royaltek rbt2010
>>> Hi, i'm havigng trouble connecting my rbt 2010 to my cell phone. when i
>>> ask my cell phone to find my gps receiver, it says something like
>>> "bluetooth d038" (i can't figure out how to get mobilespeak to spell it.
>>> then, when I try to connect, it says "no signal" Sometimes it appears to
>>> be connected, because there is a disconnect gps option in the gps menu.
>>> my phone has also been able to tell me the time according to my gps
>>> receiver, and the number of satellites in my area, but when i ask it to
>>> give me my long an lat positions, nothing happens. I can't tell whether my
>>> gps receiver is really connected. Also, I tried to create a waypoint (my
>>> dorm at school) but after I entered the information, it was still saying
>>> no waypoints found. what kind of information is required in order to
>>> create a waypoint? any help with either of these issues would be greatly
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