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    Default "audio" folder in iGo Primo "ui_nextgen" folder

    This audio folder in "ui_nextgen" folder - contains the alert tones/sounds WAV files for speedcameras and many other various components.

    Is there an "audio folder" with sounds in Hebre?

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    Direction voices are put under the ../content/voice directory as .zip files. If you want any other audio (eg: .wav), they are place under ui_nextgen/audio folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwbs View Post
    Is there an "audio folder" with sounds in Hebre?
    Have you solved it?

    In these days I have translated the audio folder into Italian. It takes a little patience, there are 14 files in the audio folder, 78 files in the DAXXXX folder and 49 in the SCXXXX folder, but you can also make someone "personal" both audio, (with voice), that sonorous, (beep beep) and choose them from the settings in the navigator menu.

    XXXX is the code of your language, for example 2057 is for English and 1040 is for Italian, your code should be 1037.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRBANTE View Post
    Have you solved it?
    I'm not familiar with DAXXXX folder or SCXXXX folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwbs View Post
    I'm not familiar with DAXXXX folder or SCXXXX folder.
    It doesn't matter to be familiar with them, I did not I had it.

    First of all you need to know these little things, these folders also depend on the type of skin and the type of maps you use.

    With the latest Pongo Skin they must both have the code of your language, that is DA1037 and SC1037, otherwise they are not seen.
    The Arimi Skin instead only sees the DA1049 folder, so you have to put your translated files into it.
    The SC folder is not important, if you using a non-TTS voice, it makes you choose a folder in Speedcam Voice, American, German, Italy, Hebrew, etc.
    You can use the speedcam_xx folder you like, as long as you put the files into it in your language.
    Names don't matter, so you have to make settings in the plugin.ini of the speedcam.zip file, and more precisely in these lines:

    skin_first_sound = "Fixed_Camera"---> "name of your file"
    skin_speed_sound_delay = 200
    skin_repeat_sound = "Fixed_Camera"---> "name of your file"
    skin_repeat_distance = 550

    TomTom maps do not have the .fda files, so the above warnings will only be available with the Here maps.

    I translated the files from those into English, but later I realized that there is an easier way.
    In Settings / Regional set the English language, then in Warnings / Driver Alerts go to On / Off Driver Alerts Warning and Pro Test, with a long click on each sign the meaning appears, and that's what is in the various audio files.

    If you intend to continue I will also teach you how to translate them into audio files .....
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    @ BIRBANTE

    Many thanks for your effort and your precise explanation but, it's too big for me :-)

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    It looks complicated but it's actually quite simple, you just have to be patient because the audio files are many.

    You can also choose to use only the DA folder, using a TTS voice the speedcam warnings you will have with that, it doesn't matter to change anything. During navigation, the road sign appears on the side and you listen to the audio file between the driving instructions.
    DA alerts also work with TTS voices.

    In Italy there is the lockdown and I don't miss the time .....
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