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    Default some issues with Igo NextGen (Zoom and DPI)

    Hello guys,

    I am using Igo Nextgen since a while, quite happy about that version.
    However, i do have an issue that i can't fix and which is quite bothering me.
    When i am on a highway and have to stay some kilometers on it, the software does a zoom out and give me a big overview of the trip. I don't like these auto zoom things, i would like to stick on a fixed zoom value, no matter where i am driving.
    I had this kind of auto zoom with round about, but i was able to find in sys.txt which value to change to turn that thing off. But for the auto zoom out on highway, i tried different things, but i am not able to get it work right now.
    Small hint, this auto zoom out does only happen if i am in navigation mode (i mean, if i entered an address where to go). If the GPS is on without any address plan, then it does not the auto zoom out.

    Another small issue i have is about the DPI setting. I have an Eonon device running on Windows CE 6 but the button and the text font are pretty small. I know that on Nextgen we are able to change the DPI, but if i do so, the app doesn't start and crash systematically.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    No one has a clue about one of my questions ?

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    You should have a Automatic Overview option in Navigation Map settings, turn this off and it wont zoomout on motorways.

 

 

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