[Loadstone] Reply to Monty and Shaun,
arimo at iki.fi
Mon Aug 18 11:00:26 BST 2008
I would vote for toggle for arrival/approach and also for possibility to
set both radius settings to zero to disab le either of those. Both
announcemens become very announing when standing near checked points and
LS is repeating continously the point.
One feature wish for auto-announce too: points could be announced only
if current speed is above certain level. This speed thershodl could be
something like 'minimum walking speed' and could affect other functions
mr. M01510 & guide Loadstone-GPS
On Sun, 17 Aug 2008, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> If you don't want the arrival announced then a work around is to set the
> arrival radius as low as possible, currently 5 metres. It's rather unlikely
> that you'll end up within that radius because of gps accuracy. The distance
> announcement on arrival and approach could be a toggle. I would think most
> people wouldn't want this off but you never know.
> On Sun, 17 Aug 2008, Aedan O'Meara wrote:
>> Hi both,
>> The verbosity I refer to is the new calling of "arriving at" in addition
>> to "approaching..." of checkpoints. I also don't like the calling of
>> distance and direction because it is distracting from the name of the
>> point when I am on a bus. I fully accept that some or even all users
>> want these features, but all I ask is that they be optional with a
>> switch in the settings. I use ls with Talks and usually have my phone in
>> my breast pocket so the whole bus is listening. I don't like the Nokia
>> It looked to me at first that there were optional settings in v7 but
>> nothing seems to change or stop the extra calling out of checkpoints.
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