[Loadstone] Question about a route planner

Réginald Arseneau regimari at nb.sympatico.ca
Sun Feb 1 11:16:55 GMT 2009


HI,
My mistake was that I was placed the file in the wrong place!
Tank you very much.
Reginald
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Rob Melchers" <rob at loadstone-gps.com>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2009 5:49 AM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Question about a route planner


> Hi,
>
> The RoutePlanner makes a checklist, not a database. You should place it in
> the 'checklist' folder of LS and load this checklist when you need it. If
> you plan to use it both ways you should the 'reverse route' button in the
> tool and generate and download this checklist too. Give the two files 
> names
> that mention the direction. To walk back you will have to load the 
> reversed
> checklist.
>
> From the tools page:
>
> "This tool lets you create a file with a list of checkpoints with
> directional commands added to the comment field of each point. You provide
> a startpoint
> and destination and select the points inbetween that connect these two
> points. With this checkpoint file loaded this results in the announcement
> of the
> pointname that you are approaching, followed by a 'turn left, go straight
> or turn right message. Also the clockface direction is announced. With 
> verbose
> mode checked, a truncated part of the name of the next point and the
> distance to that point is also announced. The truncation is due to the
> limited size
> of the comment field (75 characters). This is a useful tool when 
> practicing
> a new route, or to provide visitors with a database of points and a 
> checklist
> file that serves as route to your house. You can reverse the route and 
> save
> both the 'to' and 'from' routes under different names. Beam the route 
> files
> to the phone and place them in the 'loadstone/checkpoints' directory."
>
> Rob
>
> At 1/31/2009, you wrote:
>>Hi EveryBody,
>>I'm export check points from my Nokia to Pc. After, I export it from the 
>>Pc
>>to web in tool route planner
>>and I download a .txt file with all the instructions in this file.
>>This file contain   the name of the check point that I select and
>>thelatitude and longitude. Also I found  at the end  turn left or turn
>>right.
>>Everything was correct.
>> >From my computer, I transfer it with USB cable to my 8 geg memory to the
>>Nokia.
>> >From there I use the Y Brosser to copy this file to
>>C:/Data/Other/Loadstone/Data/Base/Import/Export and I pasted there like
>>mention in manual.
>> >From there after this, I use the manager to import the file to the data
>> base
>>of the Loadstone to be used.
>>After this I load loadstone, and I open Data base and Import/Export and I
>>selected the file and I select import.
>>So If I understand well, when I want to use this file, name Trail in
>>wood.txt
>>did I should touse import every time I want to use it or this file is 
>>loaded
>>to the data base  by default, and every time I will go for a walk to this
>>trail it will be in function?
>>Should I should have a message from the loadstone programme when I'm
>>approching a check point witch is in this file.
>>Second question:
>>In a route planer, did I should make a route planner from biguining from 
>>the
>>trail up to the End and from the End up to the biguining of the trale?
>>If yes is it mean that
>>a the end of theroute in the way back I have to load the other  file?
>>Reginald
>>
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Vetrivel Adhimoolam" <vadhimoolam at gmail.com>
>>To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
>>Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2009 5:36 PM
>>Subject: [Loadstone] A Point share question
>>
>>
>> > Hi all,
>> >
>> > When we download points from the point share web sight through area
>> > exporter, we select country, state and then county. On the next screen 
>> > we
>> > specify criteria in terms of addresses, streets etc. However when we
>> > download the text file, it includes only streets, but not addresses for
>> > many
>> > states. So does it mean that the preloaded points at the sight do not
>> > contain addresses by default and they become available as users decide 
>> > to
>> > upload them?
>> >
>> > Vetri.
>> >
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