[Loadstone] automatic recognizing of Checkpoint file problem

monty at loadstone-gps.com monty at loadstone-gps.com
Fri Aug 13 13:32:24 BST 2010


The first line in your Loadstone check points file (lscp) should be


(as Rob stated)

This mimetype is handled by your phone's recognizer rather than Loadstone.

We always try and follow Symbian standards wherever possible (they tend to 
be quite confusing or non-existent) but if you know of some Symbian 
standards that we aren't following (but should be) please do share them!

Also, I have not experienced the problem you describe of a second instance 
of Loadstone being launched by the recognizer.  Normally, clicking on a 
link will display the file on screen in the browser, you then need to 
close the browser and Loadstone picks up the downloaded file from a 
recognizer trigger.  A far from perfect or eligant method but once again 
we are limited to the S60 browser and recognizer etc!

Take a look at the off-line tools to see how this works.


  On Fri, 13 Aug 2010, Lex wrote:

> 13.08.2010 14:10, Rob Melchers пишет:
>> The mime-type header should read:
>> #!lscp
> Yeah, it is a first line of generated file. Or do you mean the content of http 
> mime-type header also must be !lscp? it is very non-standart. Anyway, i think 
> that loadstone understands somehow that this file is related to the program, 
> but it opens the new instance and things start to fail.
> Please correct me if I am wrong.
> Lex
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