arimo at netsonic.fi
Sun Apr 1 19:29:24 BST 2007
If you want a commercial product i'll suggest Wayfinder (or Wayfinder
Access). Smart2go is not very accessible when navigating.
You can still escape from the Gates of hell: Use Linux!
On Fri, 30 Mar 2007, Charlie wrote:
> ryan Fleury <ryan at aroga.com> wrote:
>> [...] is it possible to type in an address I want to get to and have
>> loadstone get me there?
> No. For tat you should buy a 3rd edition phone and try out Smart2go.
>> Or do I need to have the long and lat entered into the phone ?
> Yep. But if you have a 3rd edition phone, you can use Smart2go and its free
> downloadable map data to plan some routes and figure out some lats and
> longs for interesting addresses.
>> For wxample can I have loadstone get me from work to home if I am in a
> No, not with direction instructions like they are nown from some navi
> systems. But also you can buy a 3rd edition phone and try out Smart2go, you
> can purchase additional navigation capability for Smart2go.
> Loadstone is a software to save your own points and to find out your
> position relating to these points and to find your way back to these
> previously saved points.
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