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    Quote Originally Posted by morco View Post
    Hi wojpen,

    The speedcam.zip I modified came from the Basarsoft Nexgen software.

    I'm still very new to Nextgen and yet to figure out the differences between the Avic & Basarsoft


    yes, for Android , forgot there was a Nextgen Wince, have now updated the info
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    what folder do you put the rar file in and do you have to unpack it.

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    Hi mikaela ,

    You need to unpack the rar file

    put the UX folder in the main primo root directory,

    put the speedcam folder in the "contents" folder


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    Hi Morco,

    Would it be possible to have a Danish (Or Scandinavian) version?
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    A UX using data in the speed camera format to show and give warning of ALL regular highway traffic light signals in

    Scandinavia - (Denmark, Finland, Norway & Sweden)

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    Quote Originally Posted by morco View Post
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    A UX using data in the speed camera format to show and give warning of ALL regular highway traffic light signals in


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    And - it works on a Android - AVICSYNC with Pongo's skin

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    what is the poiunt of this ux?, is it not better to have traffic lights by kind (speed/red etc) rather than a generic one fits all kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by urbexuk View Post
    what is the poiunt of this ux?, is it not better to have traffic lights by kind (speed/red etc) rather than a generic one fits all kind.
    This, as with most of the stuff I have made and posted on this forum, I personally use and thought I would share.

    Though some of the Traffic lights will have speed cameras, this is not the reason why I made this for myself.

    I created it with the intension of it being a "Driver Alert", much like the speedcam based "Low Bridges" and "Road Width Restrictions" that I also use or perhaps the sign post alerts.

    I personally don't use any "Speed Camera" alerts at all.


    A situation comes to mind, out of many, where I found It useful :-

    Approaching A blind bend in the road, "Traffic Lights" alert sounded.

    As I continued around the corner, a large queue of traffic tailing right back in to the bend in the road, back way past the Traffic light sign posts.

    Thanks to the "Traffic Lights" alert I was prepared and proceeded with caution.

    so for me, This is one example "of the point".

    I make no claims of it being useful to others.

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    Hi
    I get the following error message every time I approach a traffic light and the GPS locks up: "Failed to open file:camerakSM.bmp exiting application". Where does this file live, or am I doing something wrong. I am using the Australian traffic light ux. That is in the ux folder and the speedcam file was entered into the speedcam folder. I saw on this forum that the sys.txt should read something like

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    [speedcam_category:30]
    activated_spoken_type=speech
    activated_speech="Caution, Traffic Lights"

    My sys.txt has:

    [speedcam_category:30]
    activated_spoken_type=speech
    activated_speech="Caution low bridge ahead"
    ;overspeed_spoken_type=1
    warn_distances="0:500"

    But there is no call for a *.bmp file at all.

    Can anyone help rectify this situation?
    Thank You

 

 
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