[Loadstone] Clock may have stopped working

lancfgb lancegb at xtra.co.nz
Sun Dec 23 10:18:38 GMT 2007

Thanks for that.
The cclock thing is a mystery.  I have found by experiment that is only
seems to happen when I have auto announce on.  It does not resume, in fact
if I leave in that state it seems to crash Loadstone and force me to restart
the phone.  I did try adjusting the pip interval and that did not much
Thanks for the tip on  

-----Original Message-----
From: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com
[mailto:loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com] On Behalf Of Shawn Kirkpatrick
Sent: Sunday, 2 December 2007 2:30 p.m.
To: loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Clock may have stopped working

Does the clock resume after a while? If you have clock beeps on then after
you get the clock stopped ticking message you should hear a beep every 5
seconds or so until the data comes back. Does the data ever resume? If so
then I'd suggest adjusting the clock tick interval upwards and that might
solve the problem. If the data never resumes then I'd say you have a real
problem, either with the receiver or the phone's bluetooth stack.
As for your key suggestion, there's already keys to do those things. 1 will
give heading and speed and 5 will give the next checkpoint. Or you can use
the online keymap tool to change that to a single key if you wanted.

On Sun, 2 Dec 2007, lancfgb wrote:

>    I am running a Nokia N93i with the latest version of Loadstone and 
> a Sanav  BT48reciever.  When they work it is wonderful.  I am 
> navigating all sorts of open spaces where I did not dare to go before.  
> The problem is the system stops once or twice on almost every outing, 
> giving the clock has stopped working message I then have to stop 
> restart the phone and reset Loadstone before continuing on my way. . .  
> Usually at the most critical moment.  Any ideas why?
> I chose the 93i because of its open keyboard and multi function 
> capabilities and find it most useful.
> A development suggestion is a key that alternates between giving 
> distance and bearing to the next way point and actual course and 
> speed.  In open space situations this would help to ensure that a 
> traveller is heading straight for a way point.
> Lance Girling-Butcher
> New Plymouth
> New Zealand`
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