[Loadstone] Checking all points

Ari Moisio arimo at iki.fi
Mon Apr 7 07:05:16 BST 2008


Hi

  This type of functionality should be included int the software. it makes 
not much sense to first upload one's all points to some public server, 
perform some tasks and then downloading same data bakc to the phone again.


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On Sun, 6 Apr 2008, Rob Melchers wrote:

> You could use the Database Explorer on the tools page to select a part of 
> your database and use the 'check all' option to get a checkpoints file of all 
> the points. Like Shawn said, don't make it too big, it slows the program 
> down.
>
> At 4/5/2008, you wrote:
>> I am sure there is a way to do this, but I haven't stumbled across it in 
>> the
>> docs, nor come up with an alternate solution.
>> 
>> What I would like is to have Loadstone announce any point I approach as if
>> the entire database was checked.  Most of my points are intersections and 
>> so
>> it would be great just to have a reminder by Loadstone as I approach each
>> one.  This will remove the need to take off my gloves in the winter, get my
>> phone out of my pocket, and find my required joystick button with frozen
>> fingers.  Currently, I need to check every point I plan to pass ahead of
>> time, and this isn't always posssible since I may be just going for a walk,
>> or I don't have time,since I am rushing out the door.
>> 
>> Any suggestions would be great.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> David.
>> 
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