[Loadstone] Marking POI - problem
shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Wed Sep 13 11:09:52 BST 2006
I see your problem. When you enter exploration mode it will say the closest
point and in which direction it is. Your position isn't moved to that point
thoe. Your position is either your current gps position or the last gps
position. You have to move to the desired point with the number keys. They
work as follows: 2 north, 3 north east, 6 east, 9 south east, 8 south, 7
south west, 4 west, 1 north west. The lay out is the 8 main directions of a
compass. Once you move to a point either using the number keys or the find
point option then you can mark or unmark it.
On Tue, 12 Sep 2006, Kevin Schweikert wrote:
> I have 0.62.
> The laugh is on me. I was confused with the data base, and point lists. If
> I would have named my root file default instead of club I would have been
> The one thing I don't understand is the logic of the keys in exploration
> mode. For example I have a point called my house. When I first go in to
> exploration mode, the point comes up. I push the select key, and it says my
> house. Then I press the 5 key, and it says my house. I wish to mark this
> point, and so I press the star key, and nothing happens. If I go in to the
> options, and select fine point, and ask for my house it will find it, and I
> say yes when asked, then I can mark the point.
> I also don't understand, when in exploration mode what directions the keys
> move in. I moved a while back and am not real sure of the streets right
> around me. I have played and played in this mode to try and figure out the
> logic, but I fail.
> Hope I make sense here. Thanks for all the hard work that goes in to this
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Monty Lilburn" <monty at loadstone-gps.com>
> To: "General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program"
> <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
> Sent: Monday, September 11, 2006 5:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Marking POI - problem
>> Can you please compare the version number of Loadstone you have installed
>> on to your phone with the latest version documented on the main Loadstone
>> web site page. Earlier versions of Loadstone had a problem marking
>> certain points and you may be experiencing this problem.
>> It is important to always have the latest version installed when seeking
>> support via this list. This is because problems and bugs get sorted out
>> quite quickly at times and it can be difficult to keep up with various
>> versions and their associated issues.
>> There seams to be quite a bit of confusion relating to "Marked Point
>> Lists", Route Modes and routes in general. We are rapidly working to
>> improve the sources of confusion by improving the language the program
>> and associated documentation uses.
>> At this time there are two ways to delete a point you have saved in a
>> "Poit List". (some people refer to a "Point List" as a "Route")
>> 1. Virtually move to the desired point in Exploration mode via keys 1-9
>> and choose Options/Functions/DeletePoint. Please note, this will remove
>> the point from your database. The second way would be to manually edit
>> your points list file in an editor on your computer.
>> As for moving a point inside a Point List, this isn't necessary as a
>> Points List isn't an ordered list of points but rather a mini collection
>> of points from your database. This means that you do not have to start a
>> route at the first point and follow it sequentially to the last point.
>> You can start or stop the route at any point along the way from any angle.
>> This is why the order of points does not matter in terms of how Loadstone
>> looks at it.
>> You can add more points to an already existing Point list file. Just mark
>> desired points in exploration mode and go to Options/File/SavePointList.
>> It will add to the file you save to.
>> Best regards,
>> On Mon, 11 Sep 2006, [iso-8859-2] Przemys?aw Rogalski wrote:
>>> Hi folks!
>>> Shall anyone help me with creating a route in Loadstone?
>>> I've read the documentation, but the instruction doesn't work for unknown
>>> First I was trying to add some existing points to the route, by using
>>> "Find point" function and by virtual cursor (keys 1-9) as well, but
>>> whenever I press the star key, the Loadstone says "unmarked";
>>> surprisingly there appears an option "delete point", but "clear marked
>>> points", "route mode" or "save point list" option is not available. What
>>> should I do then to mark a point and create a route?
>>> By the way: is it possible in Loadstone to modify an existing route from
>>> the level of the program? I mean deleting a particular point, moving a
>>> point to a different place of a route or adding a point (the new or
>>> existing one) somewhere inside?
>>> Thanks for any suggestion and information.
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