[Loadstone] Initial questions about the LoadStone program and sites such as geocoder.net
shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Fri Jul 6 08:42:57 BST 2007
Where the data gets put will depend on what database you have loaded at the
time of the import. Loadstone can't use the text file from the point share
site directly so it has to be imported. The databases loadstone reads are
one file so the larger it is the slower it tends to go. There's no good way
to say for sure what will work for you because of all the different phones
out ther. An n95 might be able to handle quite a bit of data with no
problem, you can always try it and see. You'll want to read the loadstone
documentation at http://www.loadstone-gps.com it'll be able to give you a
lot more information than I can in a message.
On Thu, 5 Jul 2007, Victor Tsaran wrote:
> Hello Shawn,
> Does the Import feature copies all the data into the phone's memory or
> it will leave the data in the original location?
> When you say that the file of 15MB may be slow; do you think this is the
> case even with fast phones like Nokia N95?
> I know that, for example, Nokia Maps app reads quite huge maps,
> (consisting of a lot of small files) sometimes the size of 70 MB. Does
> Loadstone reads its databases in one go and hence the slowness?
> Thanks a lot,
> Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
>> The file you download from the point share will have to be imported before
>> it can be used. A file of 15 megs might be pretty slow thoe. There's more in
>> the docs on this.
>> On Thu, 5 Jul 2007, Victor Tsaran wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> Please feel free to direct me to an existing online resource if my
>>> questions are answered there already.
>>> 1. Why is there a limit on the LoadStone database?
>>> 2. I copied the database of the whole state of California onto my MiniSD
>>> card, which is about 15MB, but the load command does not seem to work.
>>> Should I always import the database then?
>>> 3. Say, I went to geocoder.net and found latitude and longitude for both
>>> starting and destination addresses of interest. How useful is this
>>> information to me other than being a point of interest? Surely,
>>> Loadstone is not capable of calculating a route based on two points; am
>>> I correct in this?
>>> 3. I have read that Loadstone POI Conversion program can import maps
>>> from Google Earth; is this information accurate?
>>> Thanks for any answers.
>>> Hopefully I'll get a hang of this software very soon.
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