[Loadstone] announcing unwanted checkpoints.

Monty Lilburn monty at loadstone-gps.com
Tue Sep 26 07:06:36 BST 2006

Hello Aedan,

I fully understand what you are saying and have run into this situation as 
well.  The problem we have with ignoring certain checkpoints  is the drift 
factor associated with the SIRF Star3 receivers.  This means the direction 
of travel isn't always precise and errors would happen.

One solution to this problem is to separate your various routes (or route 
segments)  into multiple checkpoint files.  With the appropriate one 
loaded and "Use Checkpoints" turned on, the problem as you describe should 
go away.

A future solution of having a "chain of points" functionshould also help 
with this as you say.


On Mon, 25 Sep 2006, Aedan O'Meara wrote:

> Hi team,
> Really enjoying your program. one little problem is that after passing
> certain checked points and moving on to the next one they are announced
> again when they come into focus as one walks on a parallel road. This is
> fine as a rescue attempt if lost but could it be limited to not announcing
> checked points that are below nine oclock or below three oclock as these
> would be then behind one?
> Alternatively, could it be possible, as a choice, to announce only those
> points in a serial list in the order stored rather than use the
> "intelligent" mode?
> Regards and thanks
> Aedan O'Meara.
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