[Loadstone] Creating a database with points "checked" by default?

Grzegorz Zlotowicz grzezlo at wp.pl
Mon Sep 21 18:20:21 BST 2009

sometime ago I wrote a program for Polish users of Loadstone, which converts a text database Loadstone file into a checkpoints file which seems exactly what you need.
The only problem is, that all checkpoints are loaded into a phone memory, and depending on the device it can lead to strange results.
Personally i do not use it, but many of my colleagues wanted such tool, so I wrote it, it seems that it can be of some use...
Unfortunately at the moment its' interface isnot in English, but if there'll be more interest on the list, I can prepare a translated English version.
Greetings, Greg.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Steve S 
  To: loadstone at loadstone-gps.com 
  Sent: Sunday, September 20, 2009 11:12 PM
  Subject: [Loadstone] Creating a database with points "checked" by default?

  Hi, when creating a database, is it possible to have all the junctions/POI's created "checked" by default?  For example, I don't want to do any routes at the moment, I simply want announcements of all points, rather than checking the points I want announced.  I've converted a file with a 10.5KM radius from my home and it covers the areas I will mostly go to.  I could go anywhere within this radius without specific routes, so I want all points announcing.  As there are hundreds of points, I don't want to check them all...I'd rather have the choice of "unchecking" the ones I don't want.

  I tried the database explorer, but I'm sure this isn't what I'm needing.  Any help would be greatly appreciated, cheers Steve.

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