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    Can i create my own poi/waipoints icons on mobile xt 500.60

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    I think it should work. If POI Loader works for you, EPE should work too. Please do try and let us know.
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    Default Feedback for V5.10

    1). I found that symbol size is the same size of icon from firmware. (Nice !! )
    2). Speed alert works fine now.

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    Thanks. Good to know. Yes, I am still alive. Just a bit tired with all the work at the office. I should be releasing something soon with the custom wav audio alerts.
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    Hello ,
    I Have a Garmin nuvi 660 and when I put the .gpi file in /garmin/poi , this file is shown under WhereTo/Extra as "POI made with EPE"

    Can I change this name in something others ( Like "Camperplaces" or "campings")

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    Ok. I'll use your .gpi file name as the name of the category. It seems different GPS uses different strings in the file.

    Edit: Fixed and added to next release.
    Last edited by turboccc; 9th March 2011 at 03:36.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turboccc View Post
    Ok. I'll use your .gpi file name as the name of the category. It seems different GPS uses different strings in the file.

    Edit: Fixed and added to next release.
    I completely forgot to post the link that fixes this issue. Let me know if it works for you.

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    Ok This is better now.The .gpi file is now the same as my original poi-file (instead of "POI Made with EPE"
    Very good work! Thanks a lot

    Bielgeets

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    I read some information about directional POI.

    It seems possible to specify a direction or even multiple directions to trigger an alert. Each direction can be unidirectional or bi-directional. You just specify the bearing angle with a tolerance. For example, bearing 57 degrees with a tolerance of +/- 25 degrees. This way you are sure to hit the mark without making the alert bi-directional. If you specify the alert is bi-directional, it will also trigger the alert at 237 degrees (57+180) with the same +/- 25 degrees tolerance.

    Pretty cool. The normal POI Loader cannot chew those bearing information, but GPI Creator can. Maybe EPE will do it too..
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    I checked the different delievered XSD files, only the GPI_XML.xsd carries the Bearing information, and the gpx file must have the "v3 GPX_EXT.xsd" Tag
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    I would love to see the bearing type, especially for speed cameras

 

 
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