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    I have been looking at how to make the speed increasing ux do the opposite, instead of saying the speed limit has increased it says the speed has lowered.
    I have figured out how to make it do the opposite but have a few problems and hope someone can solve them.

    1. The ux of the script seems to be corrupt, the options show on the gps menu but are blanked out so cannot be activated, so not sure what is wrong there.

    2. I have changed part of the code on the skin and it does work, however it seems to disable other functions like driver alerts and things similar. Again not sure what has caused that.. I also have have to add "The speed limited has lowered." to the dictionary.voice file of the tts voice I am using. This also works but its the fact that certain features are disabled prior to me changing the code.

    3. It would be good to have both speed increase/decreased as part of the skin but no idea how to add the extra code without screwing it all up.

    To test the skin and ux start your simulated route in a high speed area and end it in a lower speed area and when the speed changed it should show.

    any assistance would be welcomed.

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    am surprised after 120 people looking at this no one can help :-(
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    has anyone been able to look into this and make it work?

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    May be better to move it to Skins section?
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    Quote Originally Posted by urbexuk View Post
    I have been looking at how to make the speed increasing ux do the opposite, instead of saying the speed limit has increased it says the speed has lowered.
    I have figured out how to make it do the opposite but have a few problems and hope someone can solve them.

    1. The ux of the script seems to be corrupt, the options show on the gps menu but are blanked out so cannot be activated, so not sure what is wrong there.

    2. I have changed part of the code on the skin and it does work, however it seems to disable other functions like driver alerts and things similar. Again not sure what has caused that.. I also have have to add "The speed limited has lowered." to the dictionary.voice file of the tts voice I am using. This also works but its the fact that certain features are disabled prior to me changing the code.

    3. It would be good to have both speed increase/decreased as part of the skin but no idea how to add the extra code without screwing it all up.

    To test the skin and ux start your simulated route in a high speed area and end it in a lower speed area and when the speed changed it should show.

    any assistance would be welcomed.

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    Ok mate i think that i have correct your ux but i don't understand your logical for it...Because we have the same setting in "sound and warnings/speed warning settings ..There is warning for decrease the speed..

    I made it for android..For windows you should change (Inside the zip file) the ui_android folder to ui_igo9


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doperman View Post
    Ok mate i think that i have correct your ux but i don't understand your logical for it...Because we have the same setting in "sound and warnings/speed warning settings ..There is warning for decrease the speed..

    I made it for android..For windows you should change (Inside the zip file) the ui_android folder to ui_igo9


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    I do not think anyone understand what I am trying to achieve.

    On the standard dimka skin it displays the increase in speed limit and gives the vocal warning
    The ux also does that.

    I changed the code so the skin and ux now says speed limit has lowered instead of increasing.

    The thing I want is so the skin or the ux now displays both speed increasing and also speed lowered.

 

 

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