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    i use arimi sys file,from turkey version. do you want me to put here that sys file?

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    This files,from what folder they read audio warnings? do they nesesery if i only use beep sound for speedcams as is in original igo,and if i dont use custom skins?
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    Hello Buddy,
    I regret to say that I think you're lazy!
    Just use forum search to find your topic;
    Look this [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Brown Dog(Thx) and other colleagues wrote exactly what and how.
    Check out this, and if you have any questions that only write what and where you do not fit. That we have rules - first look, then ask.

    The beep sound (voice) iGO DA is not dependent on skin.
    At most, skin files can be (but need not) placed a folder called "audio" that may be inside the archive folder ui_android skin.
    In this folder (audio) is located wav sound files, or ogg -> a, which are the files depends on whether you are using the TTS or not. If you are using a wav files will be if you do not - ogg.
    Each file has a name, which must exactly match the name that you assign to a specific event sys.txt (speedcam_category).

    iGO DA signals in two ways:
    1. Speech (TTS) - then you have a declaration -> activated_spoken_type = speech;
    2. Sound - here you have the declaration -> activated_spoken_type = sound

    if you have a TTS and a declaration activated_spoken_type = speech
    and thereafter
    approach_beep_speech = "Speed Camera" to hear the voice of the speaker TTS "Speed Camera". You can change that and put some. "Attention Hidden Camera Smile"
    Also you to read.
    If you do not use TTS and you have skin - after the declaration activated_spoken_type = sound you have a second
    approach_beep_sound = "Mobile speed camera"
    in the audio folder (which will be either in the file archive "skin", or audio file folder ui_android have such a wav file. Mobile speed camera.wav

    Unless clearly described - like what - ask, but first read what I showed you.
    PS.
    Path for file Mobile speed camera. wav in audio folder (non TTS iGO):
    iGO (root folder)\ui_android\audio\ Mobile speed camera.wav
    If folder ui_android, or/and audio not exist - create it. copy in audio folder file Mobile speed camera

    Regards wojpen
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    tnx for info. i read it, i must forgoted it. i like bd post,somewhere in the midle of likes,so it look i read it,but forgoted it. it is unnesesery to have those files for me. i dont use skins,or tts.

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    HI this folder section in sys.txt workson igo8, amigo or only on primo? i mean the map, poi, building etc
    thanks for answer

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    If there is a traffic light at the intersection, my TTS voice tells me "Turn right at the traffic light" instead of "Turn right at Main street". Anybody knows how to force the TTS to ignore the traffic light and use the street name?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrik View Post
    HI this folder section in sys.txt workson igo8, amigo or only on primo? i mean the map, poi, building etc
    thanks for answer

    [folders]
    has_secondary_root=0
    maps="..\..\navigator\content\map"
    buildings="..\..\navigator\content\building"
    poi="..\..\navigator\content\poi"
    dem="..\..\navigator\content\dem"
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    These lines in sys.txt are recognized by Amigo, Primo, NextGen and Becker, but not for iGO8.
    If you want to use many Navi programs from iGo family, put in the main program all the Content and with these lines in sys.txt you could have the same content on all other relative navi programs.
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    If you want to have iGO on internal storage and content on SD card you can simply add strings below to sys.txt and copy the entire Content folder on your SD card.

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    *It depends how your device "names" the SD card. There are also some other options regarding SD to card name, but they are rare..

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    Hi thanks guys but this lines do not work on primo. I test multi Igo instalation on my device.
    on igo8 i have this in sys txt. Content on memorystick - everything work! it reads automaticaly the content from memorystick.

    [folders]
    app="\Mounted Volume\IGO8"
    data="\Mounted Volume\IGO8" ;custom,save
    content="\Mounted Volume\IGO8\content"
    sdcardpath="\MemoryStick"
    on Igo amigo this in sys txt. its similar to igo8 Content on memorystick - everything work! it reads automaticaly the content from memorystick.

    [folders]
    app="\Mounted Volume\Amigo"
    data="\Mounted Volume\Amigo" ;custom,save
    content="\Mounted Volume\Amigo\content"
    sdcardpath="\MemoryStick"
    But on primo this is Not working! even when i put it so:
    [folders]
    app="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO"
    data="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO" ;custom,save
    content="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO\content"
    sdcardpath="\MemoryStick"
    map="\MemoryStick\IGO8\content\map"
    I tried everything what i have found on net but nothing work.When i type the content folder for primo on memory stick and put this line in sys that it muss read lang an voices from internal memory it is not working.
    lang="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO\content\lang
    voice="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO\content\voice
    Currently i have this but this is NOT a option for me:
    [folders]
    has_secondary_root=0
    sdcardpath="\MemoryStick"
    app="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO"
    data="\Mounted Volume\PRIMO" ;custom,save
    content="\MemoryStick\IGO8\content"
    i have found on net this line in sys.txt
    [folders]
    secondary_root="IPAQ\NAV"
    what make this line? i have not tested it yet (no time).I thin when i change the="IPAQ\NAV" with "IGO8" will it look on this folder?

    thanks for answer

 

 
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