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    Guide Speedcam warnings - configuration, and check the settings

    Tutorial written under the influence of questions japseye (Thx) ... to use for anyone interested

    OK. let's do this:
    Exit the house. Turn navigation. Wait until you catch the signal and selects you to the screen where you are. Click on the screen and select a point on the road at a distance of approx. 2 km. from where you are.
    Then in the menu (called differently depending on the skin you are using), select - Add speedcamera!
    Again, additional menu will appear where you must select the characteristics for this speedcamera. - Look at the drawings below. You have shown step by step how to add speedcamera. Later, you can delete it.
    df61fb700dbab7d5, dc6832cdb1dbf6af,
    2ee0a8f0bfbdf4a1,
    9c5911243853c5c4

    - Now you do not have to drive far to the check entries.

    What do we do next:
    1 copy just in case your current sys.txt (eg. 2 in the phone do a copy and mark it _sys.txt)
    2 Clear the previous section [warning] and [speedcam CAT (all)]

    * - Here a small note:
    in the example that you sent a record; S P E E D C A M - C A T: 1 !!!
    No wonder - you did not have warnings about speedcam stationery - because these radars are CAT: 0! CAT: 1 - to Mobile speedcamera !!!

    And what is the assignment of speedcam types of devices have shown and described in my post no. 6 ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ])

    3 Insert the following entry to the [warning]

    [warning]
    speedcam_enabled = 1
    is_spoken = 1
    speedcam_warning = 1

    / if you want to all sections of warning used was the same distance dependence of the speed warning is additionally insert here the line as follows: /

    warn_distances = "100: 1000.80: 800.60: 600.40: 400"

    / if you want different for każdj section - it's a line that you insert into each speedcam CAT and modify entries in this line - for example,

    warn_distances = "120: 1000.100: 800.80: 600.60: 400", or
    warn_distances = "80: 800.60: 600.40: 400"

    in this section [warning] you can still declare whether the program is to inform about the speedcam (yes / no), and if so: at speed, or approach at all.

    Declares this by typing the following line:
    speedcam_soundtype = 2; = 0 (none), = 1 (or above), = 2 (approximation)


    4 Now the most important part - the content of which depends on whether you are using TTS or not

    a.- for non-TTS version - Read and understand the topic by BROWN DOG (THX) - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - there you detail what and how and where !!!

    b. - TTS version:

    Here you have a speech - are reading the TTS, or sound information - in the form of wav file playback. I wrote about earlier.
    * selection of the notification is made by a declaration = speech or = sound
    Declaration on the lines in the [speedcam: CAT] and example for Category "0" - that is, SPEED CAMERA - looks like this:

    ; S P E E D C A M - C A T: 0
    [speedcam_category: 0]
    warn_distances = "120: 1000.80: 950.60: 700.40: 500"; speed / distance alert
    approach_beep_distances = "400,400"; range (m) measures the signal "beep"
    approach_beep_spoken_type = none; = None / sound / speech (TTS only)
    approach_beep_sound = "! proxi"; sound if approach_beep_spoken_type = sound
    * ("! proxi" - is the name of the sound file located in the folder / ui_android / audio /

    or

    approach_beep_speech = "Warning!" the voice of the TTS speech approach_beep_spoken_type =
    activated_spoken_type = speech
    activated_speech = "Speed ​​camera ahead." (if activated_spoken_type = speech)

    activated_min_speech_repeat_delay = -1; without repeating
    overspeed_spoken_type = sound; signal speeding
    overspeed_sound = "! alert2"; sound if overspeed_spoken_type = sound
    overspeed_speech = "Over Speed"; Voice if overspeed_spoken_type = speech

    min_frc = 15

    to identify whether the speed limit should be on the map, or speedcam.txt need to add the line:
    use_road_speedlimit =
    1 - Displays the speed limit are given in maps
    0 - Displays the speed limit are given in speedcam.txt

    ITD - for all categories.

    But beware - to make it all work, you need to have a current file speedcam.txt - eg. Downloaded from topic'u [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] updated.html (Korabi THX

    in case of doubt ask ...
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    good job these explanations are for android You think it is the same thing for WINCE ?

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    yannick.al
    I have to disappoint you - unfortunately for WinCE must be combined with another type of notification - only with messages recorded audio file - that is:
    You run the logger - into the microphone You or Any Beautiful Blonde talking about such .: "Warning Radar mobile" - the file format you are converting to .ogg format (only the format reads WinCE) and save it to the program (of course, in the right place).
    Another possibility is the use of speech instead of stored as a sound - the same type of beep sound files, ding, dingdong, etc.
    It is to be done - but a bit time consuming.
    greet wojpen

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    Hi wojpen

    (Yes - its me again :-)

    I have read/searched/re-read again - but I cant get my speedcam to behave as I would like: Its driving me insane with continuous beeps when I approach a cam!

    I have this setting:

    [warning]
    speedcam_enabled=1
    speedcam_warning=1
    is_spoken=0
    speedcam_continuous_approach_beep_when_tonal=0 ;default=1

    As I understand it is:
    [warning]
    speedcam_enabled=1 (Speedcam "ON"
    speedcam_warning=1 (Warning "ON")
    is_spoken=0 (Beep "ON")
    speedcam_continuous_approach_beep_when_tonal=0 ;default=1 (Continuous beeps "OFF")

    Or have I totally misunderstood it - again?

    Thanks in advance!!

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    try this:
    [warning]
    speedcam_max_lookahead=1000
    speedcam_warning=1
    overspeed_sound=0
    say_camera_distance=1
    say_camera_speed_limit=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phildu91 View Post
    try this:
    [warning]
    speedcam_max_lookahead=1000
    speedcam_warning=1
    overspeed_sound=0
    say_camera_distance=1
    say_camera_speed_limit=1
    Hi Phildu91

    Great - copied to txt, and Ill give it a try on my way home from work - I pass at least 10 cams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffen View Post
    Hi Phildu91

    Great - copied to txt, and Ill give it a try on my way home from work - I pass at least 10 cams!
    Well it didnít do the trick - is still beeping like crazy

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    @wojpen
    would you explain the right solution to alert with personal recorded sound(and not TTS) speedcam and others alarm points in iGO Avic 9.18.28.624772. I have already converted alarm sound in .wawe extension and put them in folder ui_nextgen\audio. Did i do the right thing?
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INGRIDMARE View Post
    @wojpen
    would you explain the right solution to alert with personal recorded sound(and not TTS) speedcam and others alarm points in iGO Avic 9.18.28.624772. I have already converted alarm sound in .wawe extension and put them in folder ui_nextgen\audio. Did i do the right thing?
    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffen View Post
    Hi wojpen

    (Yes - its me again :-)

    I have read/searched/re-read again - but I cant get my speedcam to behave as I would like: Its driving me insane with continuous beeps when I approach a cam!

    I have this setting:

    [warning]
    speedcam_enabled=1
    speedcam_warning=1
    is_spoken=0
    speedcam_continuous_approach_beep_when_tonal=0 ;default=1

    As I understand it is:
    [warning]
    speedcam_enabled=1 (Speedcam "ON"
    speedcam_warning=1 (Warning "ON")
    is_spoken=0 (Beep "ON")
    speedcam_continuous_approach_beep_when_tonal=0 ;default=1 (Continuous beeps "OFF")

    Or have I totally misunderstood it - again?

    Thanks in advance!!
    Hello Friend of the town of Hamlet - write exactly what you want, because I do not quite understand?
    You mean the exclusion of signals "beep"?
    Be what is left (work)

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