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    Quote Originally Posted by urbexuk View Post
    anyone been able to look at this?
    Your code needs this line to be defined in voice file: "The speed limit has lowered."
    Else this function will return allways FALSE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blues View Post
    Yes.
    And did you read carefully my previous answer?
    I could not ignore anything in program code (as serious programmer).
    If You could be so kind to post two files with difference only in code that changes behavior, then maybe I'll have enough time to try to look for a solution.
    I do not have time to do searching for a same function in two totally different files and do analyzing if something is affecting final result or not.

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    I was in hospital for some time and was not able to answer this.

    i did attach the two different skin files one each so they both different, one shows the lower and one shows the increase.

    The line of code in customised.lua in each skin is:

    Increased skin: Starts Line 2005
    Lowered Skin: Starts Line 2074
    Last edited by urbexuk; 9th September 2015 at 23:55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanos View Post
    Your code needs this line to be defined in voice file: "The speed limit has lowered."
    Else this function will return allways FALSE.

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    It displays the increase in speed visually but it does not show the decrease in speed limit visually at all
    this is the problem I am having, one works but the other does not
    Last edited by urbexuk; 9th September 2015 at 23:48.

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    anyone been able to look at this?

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    @ uerbexuk , Hi friend
    Have you iGO UX - TTS alert "Route Options in real time" - Primo 2.0, 2.4
    Thanks in advance.

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    FYI, i was looking for this same functionality. I took the UX file that says that the speed limit has increased and modified it to do the same thing when the speed limit decreases.

    I do not like to leave the "you're speeding" messages enabled (they get annoying), but I *do* like knowing when the speed limit has increased or decreased. I have tested this and it seems to work fine. Personally, I also modified my voice file so it now says "Reduce your speed, the speed limit is now xxx miles per hour" (or "You can increase you speed, the speed limit is now xx miles per hour"). Without the voice file modifications, it's just not as "natural" sounding.

    Anyway, here are both UX files (both increase and decrease alerts)...

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    Let me know if you'd like any of the Nuance or Loquendo US English TTS files (or I can just show you which line to change).

    Please post your results - seem to work fine for me with Primo 2.4 (9.6.13.405512)

    Also, here is a link to a US TTS Voice "package" that I put together, that includes these UX files, as well as (7) different US TTS voices, additional TTS-related UX plugins and a plain-text Loquendo .lex file so that you can modify pronunciations as needed (see README file in archive for more details):

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    Last edited by jtrosky; 18th July 2016 at 14:57.

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    does both work when activated together or does one script cancel the other out?
    have you been able to test it with a dimka skin that already had you can increase your speed inclused in it, does the decrease also work with that skkin?
    am not able to check myself just now as on holiday

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    Both definitely work when activated together (I had to use different variable and function names in each in order to make them completely independent of each other), but I have not tested with Dimka skin - just with the Decent skin that I use, which doesn't have this functionality built-in at all. Personally, I never liked the Dimka skins - way too cluttered for my tastes - and there are so many damn versions and variants of it, that I never could keep them straight! :-) When you say "Dimka" skin, I could spend weeks testing it with all of the different versions. :-)

    Please post back if/when you do test it. Hopefully, the UX files "override" the built-in function in the skin, but I have no idea.

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