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    nextgen VR Multilang for iGO Nextgen

    VR working on iGO_Israel, iGO_Gift, iGO_Navigation
    Spoiler: demo-video how it's work
    [*] For the work of TTS voices (and voice control) program you need to go to the link
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    And download engines for your country (Explanation by country):
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    [*] Put the folder data in the root of your folder with the navigation iGO_Israel / tts_nua_ve1 (for example for the Russian - it should turn out iGO_Israel / tts_nua_ve1 / rur)

    [*] Download the TTS voice for your country and put it in the folder iGO_Israel / content / voice
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    [*] Download yours files from VR and vr_vde folders
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    I do not speak spanish
    No me funciona el español

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    Use google translate
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    For Spanish check folders exist:
    1. Engine TTS
    iGO_Israel/tts_nua_ve1/spe
    2. Voice TTS (it's will be set in the settings)
    iGO_Israel/content/voice/Voice_TTS-nua-esp-f1-lua-full-155mrf22.zip
    3. VR files
    iGO_Israel/content/vr/040a_freetextlua.vfb
    iGO_Israel/content/vr_vde/_ESP_040a_SPE.vf1

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    Hi BB, link is off. Can you upload It again? Thanks in advanced.

    Enviado de meu SM-J700M usando Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabiokuester View Post
    Hi BB, link is off. Can you upload It again? Thanks in advanced.

    Enviado de meu SM-J700M usando Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabiokuester View Post
    Hi BB, link is off. Can you upload It again? Thanks in advanced.

    Enviado de meu SM-J700M usando Tapatalk
    I made all this files by myself. But the links were closed according to the requirements of the right-holder. It would be better if NNG to update the market version on time and improve support.
    Link is updated
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    I did everything like in OP. Unfortunately, I do not see the VR button in the app. Any suggestions?

    I have the following setup:
    vr.zip in ux
    vr and vr_vde as in OP
    engine in its tts_nua... folder
    voice is the only difference (I use another file but named exactly the same, should it be the culprit? It is NOT that, already checked)
    Last edited by iVoy; 9th April 2017 at 04:28 PM.
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    Do you have line in sys.txt?

    [vr]
    disabled=0

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    ...and in folder "ux" replace existing file "free_text_vr.zip" with this one:
    Spoiler: free_text_vr.zip
    [URL=http://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/58eabac94a767/free_text_vr.zip[/URL]
    Last edited by marx; 9th April 2017 at 11:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iVoy View Post
    I did everything like in OP. Unfortunately, I do not see the VR button in the app. Any suggestions?

    I have the following setup:
    vr.zip in ux
    vr and vr_vde as in OP
    engine in its tts_nua... folder
    voice is the only difference (I use another file but named exactly the same, should it be the culprit? It is NOT that, already checked)
    1. Only Israel and Gift have VR capability (for Hebrew)
    2. To see it in cockpit, you must turn it on via: Settings->Voice recognition->Voice recognition[on]
    3. To have the button enable (not grayed) you must have the correct voice profile for the region you're using

 

 
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