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    @wojpen
    Yours suggestions worked.
    Now it saves settings.
    Thank you again and
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    Hi,
    Another issue with 9.6.29.483387.
    When in 3D view, streets are drawn correctly on screen.
    When in 2D view, either vertical screen or horizontal, the streets that are "behind" the current position (or "below" as you prefer) are drawn up to the top of the screen and mess it up. See attached. Settings as in my previous post.


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    Mate:
    add. for your sys.txt this comand:

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    regards wojpen

    Last edited by wojpen; 12th June 2015 at 06:45.

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    Guys, don't know if anyone can help me on this one, but I'm kind of stuck..

    I've got an Alpine NVE-M300P which came with Igo8. After some messing about, I've been able to upgrade it to Igo Primo 2.4.0
    I found out about a lot of settings and have it nearly working perfectly up to one annoying thing.

    In the old software when you switched off ignition the system would 'freeze' and continue where it was when you switched ignition on after a day or two.
    In the new software, the NVE-M300P will reset after a power down. (it seems like 60 seconds, but I believe that's the car which is not powering down the unit straight away.

    I've messed with the sys file but have not been able to find out what's causing this.

    Current settings:
    [interface]
    skin="ui_igo9"
    resolution_dir="400_240"
    show_exit=0
    shutdown_time=0
    exit_on_restart=1

    I've tried without shutdown_time and exit_on_restart which was the same, I've also set exit_on_restart to zero which also resulted in the same behaviour.

    Anybody has any clue as to what I can change to make it work?

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    .........try with :

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    Nope.. didn't work.

    I've also tried digging in to the old data for the unit, but it looks like Igo 8 doesn't need such a setting. It certainly isn't in the sys.txt file.

    This is all what's in the Igo8 file:

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    I think Primo 2.4 isn't completely compatible with NVE.....
    The original iGO has been customized by NNG for Alpine.

    Try in this way.
    1) Leave in sys.txt these strings :

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    2) Before turning off Alpine, switch to radio and then turn it off........

    I haven't other ideas (especially since I don't own an Alpine)

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    @ BrowneBear - Have you tried deleting the ”save” folder and the device.nng file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrowneBear View Post
    Nope.. didn't work.

    I've also tried digging in to the old data for the unit, but it looks like Igo 8 doesn't need such a setting. It certainly isn't in the sys.txt file.
    Try to look into data.zip\project_config\igo8_generic.ini, or whatever the only file there is named.

    There is default configuration data for program, data in sys.txt override that.
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    Hi guys here is my problem, probably a problem for many others:

    İ'm using igo primo 2.6.29.468978 on my Samsung Galaxy S5 with Dimka WA aP.1.3.3 default skin.

    How can we get rid of triple blue poi icons when using a branding.zip ?

    i mean i can see a petrol station icon if it's alone, but if there are some other poi icons next to it, it shows tree adjacent blue icons.

    use_multi_poi_icon=0

    this sys.txt line is not working because i guess it was for igo primo 1.1 and 1.2 ... not for 2.x verions. I have searched a lot of forums but no clue... any idea?

    Here is a screenssot, you can see the 3 blue points

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    Last edited by Cserrobi; 9th July 2015 at 05:16. Reason: Spoiler use

 

 
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