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Fri Nov 3 15:39:46 GMT 2006
Thanks for your response Sean!
I'm guessing this is why it would also be difficult to have loadstone
filter out points which are effectively behind me as I travel. This is
probably made even more difficult when the database gets bigger and
OK, so for now I'll continue pressing the select button every few
seconds to know what's around me. :-)
On 11/3/06, Monty Lilburn <monty at loadstone-gps.com> wrote:
> Hi Sarah,
> I understand your problem and others have reported this too. Most of the
> development team admitedly leave their Bluetooth switched on all of the
> time since it doesn't appear to drain the battery as much as with earlier
> phones. Subsequently we do not normally have this problem.
> We'll do some tests and see if this is possible to implement for a future
> release. The phone's bluetooth functionallity is pretty limited.
> (limmited by the phone not Loadstone)
> If we can get this working it would be a configuration setting rather than
> a default action because Bluetooth connectivity isn't always required
> when exploring or when you are not using a GPS receiver.
> Best regards,
> On Fri, 3 Nov 2006, Sarah Cranston wrote:
> > I have one small suggestion for Loadstone. Would it be possible for
> Loadstone to call the bluetooth manager when the program is started, and if
> it is switched off, turn it on? I don't know if this is happening to other
> people, but if I start Loadstone with bluetooth switched off, the program
> says it's not connected to the receiver, but if I go to the gps menu and
> tell it to connect to default gps, it thinks it's already connected. I have
> to restart the phone in order to make Loadstone see the receiver again,
> remembering, of course, to switch on bluetooth first.
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