[Loadstone] Dictation, battery life, and Three Checkpoint Questions
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Tue Jul 25 17:07:22 PDT 2017
Dictation should work like it will in any other app. For dictation to work
anywhere you'll need an internet connection, something that just doesn't
seem to get mentioned anywhere.
The closest function to exploration mode is the show neighbourhood function.
This will give you a point list of points within a radius around your
location or a chosen point. This is the same kind of list you get with the
find point function. To check a point in this list just double tap it and
it'll say checked and may prompt you where to save the checkpoint.
An exploration mode is planned, it's just a matter of figuring out the best
user interface for it.
You can import the old-style checkpoints text files, see the new faq at:
https://www.loadstone-gps.com/help/faq.html for instructions.
On Tue, 25 Jul 2017, Mike Hanson wrote:
> I have tried to get Loadstone to find points by dictating the name of
> the point. Loadstone does not seem to search if point names are
> dictated. If that is the only thing that could stand fixing, that is
> very good for a first release. I can certainly use Loadstone without
> dictation working properly.
> I think I like the Loadstone's battery usage compared to other GPS
> programs. Loadstone seems to use less of my phone's battery if I am
> not mistaken.
> Next, is there something like exploration mode? There does not seem
> to be anything like that. That feature was great for creating short
> checkpoint lists.
> How do I create a checkpoint list in the current version of Loadstone?
> I believe I would use find point and go from there. Is there an
> alternative method?
> Finally, can I import my old checkpoint text files? If so, how can I
> do that? I don't know how to convert text files to the required
> Loadstone format.
> Thank You,
> Mike Hanson
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> Loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
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