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    You can turn it on or off by pressing the next street top bar.

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    Thanks for your reply. I'll pay attencion next time. But even so, would it be possible something like that in primo 2.4 ? With skin dimka ? Because it's very nice this resource.

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    Unless I am wrong, Primo 2.4 does not return next street from map engine, so it's not possible.

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    Would you please, redo the mapchanger ux so that it does not slow down the proggy? TIA

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    The ux/mapchanger_here_tomtom.zip will not work for Basarsoft. I've been showing it to Catymag the problems. Slowdown is the least of your problem because it won't be able to find your map to switch. It's a perfect example of ux written for Avic that won't work on Basarsoft. The code is stupid because it always show two buttons: TomTom and HERE regardless if you're using them or not. It doesn't switch because logic always failed to detect correct map vendor. And most importantly, codes seem to be incomplete or not finished.
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    I know of three strategies for doing the switching:
    1. Old way (used by Primo) is to rename dir (and works ok) I think there is skin for Avic that does just that, but it hacked .apk to include java code to do it and therefore will ONLY works for Avic
    2. New way is by API (which I don't know since I don't have API) That seems to be what mapchanger_here_tomtom.zip is doing. Debugging .lua is painful and time consuming. I have no clue of how it's done.
    3. I'm thinking to just use some sort of Android app to just rename the map dir externally. That is, to switch you would do it OUTSIDE NNG, then start up NNG to use new map. Not as coherent as method 1 or 2, but should work and more compatible.

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    Good day osiris4iris,
    Thank you for your work. Is it possible to display the second maneuver?

    With best wishes

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
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    this works
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    In orig. UX I added "map_changer_here_tomtom.zip" and it works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    The ux/mapchanger_here_tomtom.zip will not work for Basarsoft. I've been showing it to Catymag the problems. Slowdown is the least of your problem because it won't be able to find your map to switch. It's a perfect example of ux written for Avic that won't work on Basarsoft. The code is stupid because it always show two buttons: TomTom and HERE regardless if you're using them or not. It doesn't switch because logic always failed to detect correct map vendor. And most importantly, codes seem to be incomplete or not finished.
    Spoiler: .

    I know of three strategies for doing the switching:
    1. Old way (used by Primo) is to rename dir (and works ok) I think there is skin for Avic that does just that, but it hacked .apk to include java code to do it and therefore will ONLY works for Avic
    2. New way is by API (which I don't know since I don't have API) That seems to be what mapchanger_here_tomtom.zip is doing. Debugging .lua is painful and time consuming. I have no clue of how it's done.
    3. I'm thinking to just use some sort of Android app to just rename the map dir externally. That is, to switch you would do it OUTSIDE NNG, then start up NNG to use new map. Not as coherent as method 1 or 2, but should work and more compatible.
    Hmm, it does work on my end but makes the app slow. Without it, only some TT and HERE maps were seen, with the plugin all my maps are seen, but I need to choose either TT or Here.
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    So you are able to see the HE or TT icons? How you know it select the desired map?
    Last edited by osiris4isis; 27th April 2016 at 12:32.

 

 
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