[Loadstone] A small suggestion

Przemysław Rogalski Rogalski at o2.pl
Mon Sep 18 23:16:00 BST 2006


Great, that is the good solution for the time being; thanks :)
  ----- Wiadomość oryginalna ----- 
  Od: Rob Melchers 
  Do: General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program 
  Wysłano: 18 września 2006 23:42
  Temat: Re: [Loadstone] A small suggestion


  Hi Przemyslaw,

  I think your best option is to enter a new point at that same place and give it a different name. That only involves the NumberSign and let's say a letter. Later you check the number of satellites on your new fix and if it's better you delete the old point and rename the 'letter' to what you had before.

  Rob


  At 9/18/2006, you wrote:

    Oh, I was trying it as well (in the presented circumstances, meaning on the bus, at the bus stop); but before I noticed that current POI required correction, pressed 0 for exploration mode, then F1 for Functions, twice joystick down for Find Point, wrote a part of POI name, confirmed the proper one, pressed # for update, and chose even "save from commencement", the bus had already 
    gone and I didn't manage to correct my point.
    I was also trying out the method with keys 1-9, but it was even more difficult to makr and update the current POI (after pressing 0 it was impossible, so I moved abit, but I and I couldn't find it again).
    Sorry if I make too mess about nothing, but I've just wanted to prove how fast I could correct my Point if from navigation mode it was enough to press 0, 5/*, #, F1, Joystick, F1.
    (I hope you understand what I mean) ...
    Or maybe some of you has a better solution?
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    Od: "Monty Lilburn" <monty at loadstone-gps.com>
    Do: "General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program" <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
    Wysłano: 18 września 2006 22:34
    Temat: Re: [Loadstone] A small suggestion


    > Hi,
    > 
    > If you have several points in your database and you find virtually moving 
    > to the point in question too difficult or time consuming, try the "Find 
    > point" function located in the Options/Functions menu while in Exploration 
    > mode.
    > 
    > Monty
    > 
    > 
    > 
    > On Mon, 18 Sep 2006, [iso-8859-2] Przemys?aw Rogalski wrote:
    > 
    >> Thanks for your reply. I read it in the documentation, but in practice  sometimes it's quite difficult to quickly find a current POI by
    >> keys 1-9 (especially if there are many points in database nearby).
    >> If I have eg. ten seconds for making change of my current POI, I will not manage...
    >> OK, if I press joystick in the navigation mode and the Loadstone is showing my current POI, I can press 0 to go to exploration mode and then the same POI is shown, but even if I press 5, I can't then mark this POI by pressing * or update by pressing #.
    >> It would be nice if I could...
    >>
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    >> Od: "Monty Lilburn" <monty at loadstone-gps.com>
    >> Do: "General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program" <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
    >> Wys?ano: 18 wrze?nia 2006 20:43
    >> Temat: Re: [Loadstone] A small suggestion
    >>
    >>
    >>> Hello,
    >>>
    >>> Yes there is a way to update the position of a previously saved point.
    >>>
    >>> 1.  Activate Exploration mode by pressing the 0 key.
    >>>
    >>> 2.  Virtually move to the point you would like to update using keys 1
    >>> through 9.
    >>>
    >>> 3.  Once on the point you would like to update, press the NumberSign key.
    >>>
    >>> 4. *optional*:  If you wish you can update any field in the presented
    >>> form.  (E.G. misspelled text label, Long/Lat ETc)
    >>>
    >>> 5.  Press Softkey1 and choose: Save using current.
    >>>
    >>> 6.  Press the 0 key to once again return to Navigation mode.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Also, regarding your problem with Checking (marking) points in
    >>> Exploration mode I was able to do this with success.  Are you first
    >>> virtually moving to the point in question  using keys 1 through 9 then
    >>> pressing the Asterisk key? Best regards,
    >>>
    >>> Best regards,
    >>>   Monty
    >>>
    >>> On Mon, 18 Sep 2006, [iso-8859-2] Przemys?aw Rogalski wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Hi!
    >>>> Is it possible to quickly (in just few seconds) update the point you are currently being shown in Navigation mode?
    >>>> Imagine you saved a POI of the busstop; but few days later, going by the same bus, you notice that precision of your POI is too low, so you want to correct it; however, the bus stops only for eg. ten seconds. You would like to qukckly update the existing current POI , and not create a new one.
    >>>> Is there a way to do it?
    >>>> Thank for reply!
    >>>> Przemyslaw
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