[Loadstone] Exploration mode on latest build for Nokia 6600

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Wed Feb 7 00:22:01 GMT 2007

The installer doesn't delete the keys.map file because that file can be 
edited by the user. I personally use a much different key map than the 
default and would be pretty annoyed if it got deleted.
As for the 5 key in exploration mode, it's always worked this way. If your 
gps is connected then it'll announce your distance and baring from your 
current position to the selected point. This comes in handy if you want to 
track a specific point.

On Tue, 6 Feb 2007, Paul Hopewell wrote:

> Shawn,
> Problem of missing menu item "current point" now solved. I must not have
> properly deleted the old keys.map file from my loadstone directory. I
> deleted keys.map again and rebooted my phone and presto the "current point"
> menu item now appears as the first item after pressing soft key 1. I found
> that my prior keys.map file of 326 bytes had been replaced by a keys.map
> file of 364 bytes. Could the installer automatically delete the old keys.map
> file, particularly as some users may not have installed a file manager on
> their 6600?
> I have a question regarding selecting current point. In the Loadstone 0.65
> build I could use explorer mode to move to a point, and when I pressed the 5
> key Loadstone just announced the name of that point thereby confirming it
> was indeed the desired current point.
> If I do the same on the Loadstone 0.66 build pressing the 5 key announces
> the name of the point and (when the GPS is turned on) the distance and
> bearing from somewhere (presumably my current position) to that point. As
> the 5 key now behaves like the other keys I am thus no longer sure if the
> point selected by the 5 key is really the current point. If I turn my GPS
> off then pressing the 5 key no longer speaks the distance and bearing of
> that point. Is this the expected behaviour? It would be better if the 5 key
> just spoke the name of the current point.
> Many thanks for your help.
> Paul Hopewell
> hopewell at hopewell.org.uk
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