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    Default Smart zoom igo nextgen

    Hello. I`m not sure this is the good section for my question... I`m old user of IGO 8 and IGO primo. Now I would like to test IGO nextgen. But...

    The smart zoom doesnt works !.
    I see ALWAY a far view of the road and never a close wiew as I need for navigation.

    Somebody could indicate me what to do ?

    Thanks.

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    Default About NextGen zoom

    @quinones

    Here we have people who are realy experts and perhaps will guide you better but for the moment I suggest you my way.
    Obviously it depends on the NextGen version you're using, what I say applies to 9.18.27.702387_iGO_World with no others ux than original

    The answer
    Spoiler: Here

    The file who is managing the zoom is data.zip \ ui_nextgen \ common \ skincgf.ini

    Specifically, there are six sections, the first is for the horizontal position of the phone and the second for the vertical

    "camera1" i "camera11" are for setting: settings/Navigation Map/Map Display/Viewpoint/Close
    "camera2" i "camera21" are for setting: settings/Navigation Map/Map Display/Viewpoint/Normal
    "camera3" i "camera31" are for setting: settings/Navigation Map/Map Display/Viewpoint/Far

    Here are the values ​​we want, my "camera 1" include:
    [camera1]
    maxdistance=350
    minzoom2d=70
    defaultzoom2d=80
    maxzoom2d=80
    overview_zoom2d=3600
    minzoom=20
    defaultzoom3d=30
    maxzoom=40
    minangle=55
    defaultangle=65
    maxangle=75
    angleoffset=55
    speedzoom=1
    speedangle=1
    overview_enabled=1
    overview_distance=3000
    overview_zoom3d=800
    overview_angle=75

    The angles are measured in degrees from the vertical so the larger the angle is more horizontal viewing


    I hope I have helped you. If in doubt ask.

 

 

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