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    Default Speed Cameras and Red Light Cameras

    Whenever I drive close to a speed camera or a red light camera I get the same notification for both "Speed camera ahead." I am wondering if it's possible for sygic to differentiate when I approach a red light camera and say "Red light camera ahead" and when I approach a speed camera to say "speed camera ahead". Not the same notification for both.

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    What is the data source of your speedcam?
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    I have the paid premium license from sygic so whatever sygic provides is what I use.

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    TTS has no extensive guidance and warnings. TTS text is bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iizbor3d View Post
    I have the paid premium license from sygic so whatever sygic provides is what I use.
    What version of Sygic are you using? If you're using the newest/latest, speedcam data has "type". If you're using *.cam data, it might have "type" But since I have not play with Sygic for a while, I do not know how the new mechanism behave.

    If you're using .upi/.rupi (POI mechanism) is does NOT have "type", but I believe you can tell each file containing the data to display and sound differently.
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    I have the latest which is 16.2.11 I belive. I found the speed camera folder under sygic/maps/speedcams and there's one file in that folder called offlinespeedcams.dat

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    Ok, I believe starting from version 16, Sygic move away from using .cam and instead opted for SQL database of OfflinesSpeedcams.dat containing two tables: OfflineSpeedcam and OfflineZone. Upload your offlinespeedcams.dat to zippyshare.com and I'll have a look at it.
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    thank you for taking your time to help me solve this

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    Cool, your .dat is bigger than the one I got. Stats
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    I already "confidently" identified 3 types. Your data contained closed to 3000 more alerts than mine. Here is stats of countries for my data
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    I will update this post with countries break down for your data later and continue the investigation.

    Update: This is countries breakdown of your .dat
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    Last edited by osiris4isis; 26th August 2016 at 20:31.
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    Your TTS is working correctly, right? You're just not getting different alert sounds for different types? Do you know if this has always been the case or does it just recently happened when using Sygic 16.x?
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