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    Try without leading / in screenshotfilename string. It must be a relative path from android_linked_root.
    For example screenshotfilename="captures/img_%02d.jpg" and of course you must create captures folder inside iGO folder or
    "../captures/img_%02d.jpg" if you have captures folder beside iGO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wojpen View Post
    Check the contents of the folder 'captures' it by entering the file explorer on the phone - screen's must be seen! - Perhaps you unshareable to view the content of the folder 'captures' (also once so I had)
    ^^ That is what its been. Looked this morning using the phone not PC and every attempted picture was there. Funny how they are hidden in the PC. Anyway thanks again wojpen, i would have still been scratching my head next week.

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    Can i move the camera icon? Dont know what mode this is called but it sits over a button

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    also, what is this dot next to the curser? Never had that before


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    The dot next to the curser is the real gps positon.

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    go in sys.txt and change this
    [interface]

    capture_to_jpeg=1
    in:
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    capture_to_jpeg=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by noknoi View Post
    The dot next to the curser is the real gps positon.
    Cheers for that. Thats the first i have noticed this and been using iGO8 and Primo for about a year now

    Quote Originally Posted by Korabi View Post
    go in sys.txt and change this
    [interface]

    capture_to_jpeg=1
    in:
    [interface]
    capture_to_jpeg=0

    Is this to move the camera? If so it did nothing thanks.

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    Is there anyway to hide the real position GPS dot?
    I searched for it and everywhere i find that
    Code:
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    should be the solution but it still shows the GPS dot on my device
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    As well as saving screen shots in the captures folder i also get an .ini file for each screen shot i take. Why is that and is it the norm?

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    Put this command line

    This post requires you to click the "LIKE this post" button and hit F5 to read this content.

    under debug section
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Wolf View Post
    Put this command line

    -= Hidden Content =-

    under debug section

    Cheers mate. That did the trick

 

 
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