Thu Jun 11 21:27:40 BST 2009
pointed out that there is no set of data for your area. So I think you'll be
starting with the empty database and it will be called default.
So load database default first.
Then start from your home location with some satellites being tracked.
Then use the save checkpoint (or perhaps name point?) and give it a name.
[Yes, I am not absolutely certain of some of this]
Then save the data
I think one of my greatest confusion was in the usage of the word "load" and
"save" in the menus, as well as "append"
These did not seem to have a relation to import and export in a way that was
easy to understand.
So once I was able to load a map for my area, I've not done any more
loading/saving than that. In fact I'm still a bit confused by the way to
mark checkpoints and add them to a file.
So I'm sorry if I'm not helping, but as you can see I'm also confused, but
have been using Loadstone for about 3 years.
----- Original Message -----
From: "prateek aggarwal" <prateekagarwal99 at gmail.com>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 09:42
Subject: [Bulk] Re: [Loadstone] [Bulk] Re: To all new users.
i'm bothering you people again and again, but i'm not able to grasp
with the tutorial given online.
it has lot of complex looking informations, which i found a bit hard
to understand at the first glans.
some one has already pointed out that it takes a time to grasp, but i
having several doubts which i think can be solved easyly and
efficiently via this list if you long time users can support me.
now, i've entered the point with all associated informations like
latatude, longitude, etc acording to my city jaipur.
there is no map available for my city on the loadstone website, is
there any other place to find the map?
further, how to setup my own checkpoints now?
is it worthy making database with that donting looking procedure as
installing some file brouzer, go to ... location, find data base,
delete it, then make new, and so on?
i mean, can the task be done without any that sort of stuff as well, as
dave bro has pointed somewhere in his previous mail?
How to make my own custom points, and then to achieve them from any
Please guys, please take this query an urgent one, and do try to
answer this adolescent if you are already using loadstone.
Will be waiting for your quick and favorable response.
On 6/15/09, Dave Carlson <dgcarlson at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I think you're correct. It takes some time to work it out. I remember that
> when I first started I had to try the steps more than once before I got it
> right. Now it's been so long that I could not be able to give you any
> or step-by-step. I have not needed to create a database nor checkpoints
> about a year.
> Sorry I can't help you more, but I feel I should encourage you to continue
> reading and attempting.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "prateek aggarwal" <prateekagarwal99 at gmail.com>
> To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
> Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 08:28
> Subject: [Bulk] Re: [Loadstone] To all new users.
> extreme thanks for bothering yourself that much for me.
> ok, i've entered the lattatude and longitude for jaipur as provided,
> but still could not understand how to creat my own check points and
> then to approach them acordingly.
> in fact, a lot of hardwork has been done on manual, but unfortunately
> i still found it a bit hard in understanding.
> my tiedy schedule may be one reason of this as i don't get that much
> time with my PC these days, but still they could have been made more
> explainotary in my view.
> what so ever, producing this software is indeed a great endeavour
> performed already, so do not expect that much as well.
> what so ever, i will be glad if some one describes me the key feature
> and their correct procedure to use.
> yeh, i will move forward to manual once again as soon as i get a bit
> schedule timeout.
> waiting for very basic step-by-step,
> prateek agarwal.
> On 6/12/09, Rob Melchers <rob at loadstone-gps.com> wrote:
>> On the Loadstone website you will find the tools page:
>> The first tool there is the GeoCoder, a tool that lets you find the
>> coordinates (latitude and longitude) of the address that you provide. I
>> looked up your city and got:
>> The coordinates are:
>> The next thing I did was to look if the OpenStreetMap progect had any
>> data available for that location. You can do this yourself by clicking
>> links on the result page of the GeoCoder. I'm sorry to tell you that this
>> resource has no additional data available. I also checked our own
>> PointShareExchange website with the same results.
>> Since there is no data available for your city the only way you can
>> is to map your environment by entering points yourself, as explained in
>> parts 1 and 2 of the GettingStartedManual on the LS website.
>> For additional information on GPS related topics please have a look at:
>> At 6/12/2009, you wrote:
>>>sorry, but i could not understand how to enter those custem check
>>>points. there were stuffs like latatudes, longitudes, accuracy, and
>>>sort of somethings, which i could not understand how to enter.
>>>how would i know that on which specific geographical location i'm citting
>>>are there some pre-prepared maps as well? for your information, i'm
>>>from india and more specifically there a city called jaipur.
>>>sorry if you're finding the questions silly, i'm extreme extreme
>>>beginner, and therefore you will have to bare all those silly
>>>would be greatful if someone comes with easy answer of my silly queries.
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