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    Hello all.
    In Pongo sys he has

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    detect=10

    anyone knows what the "detect=10" means
    Thanks in advance.

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    @pinian - This is the minimum speed at which hide from the map the warning points from menu Proximity Alerts (Radars)
    Supposedly, if in a country where all types advance warning for radars are illegal and they stop you the police, this warning points not displayed on the navigation map.
    Then at speed increase, the radars appear on the map.
    disabled=1 - means that this feature is disabled!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRBANTE View Post
    clicking on it will disable the Speedcam from the screen, the warnings, and also their settings from the menu, all these things will be visible again only when the navigator is restarted.
    YET, in what situation so dramatic, you might find yourself clicking on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwbs View Post
    YET, in what situation so dramatic, you might find yourself clicking on it?
    In the event that you are stopped for a Police check, the use of speed camera detectors/indicators is prohibited, but not the use of navigators.

    So you can achieve the same result in two ways, or the use of the Panic Button, or enable the line in the sys:

    [autorad]
    disabled=0
    detect=10

    in this way when you are stopped for the control, (your speed is less than 10 Km/h), and you get the same result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRBANTE View Post
    ... it is a button that you may need if you are in a country where speed camera warnings are prohibited, (France and Switzerland above all), clicking on it will disable the Speedcam from the screen, the warnings, and also their settings from the menu, all these things will be visible again only when the navigator is restarted.
    Many thanks for your prompt answer. One more and last question:
    where can I find that button? I searched and searched but couldn't find at somehow.

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    Settings > Skin Settings > Warnings > Alert Point > Panic Button

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    Just read the answer to happynavy above yours:

    By default the Panic Button is disabled so if you enabled it just below there is the command "Panic Button position in cockpit" to adjust its position on the screen and even more below its transparency in Settings/Skin Settings/Warnings/Alert Points.
    This is in the latest update, if you have an "old" version it can be in another position in the menu, I don't use this button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRBANTE View Post
    In the event that you are stopped for a Police check, the use of speed camera detectors/indicators is prohibited, but not the use of navigators
    Where in the world, a policeman that stopped me for a Police check, is allowed and have the authority to check and snoop through my mobile and log into a navigation app to see if I have speedcam alerts?

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    No, in Italy they cannot do it, if they stop you it is to do other types of checks, driving license, vehicle registration document, alcohol tests, seat belts, use of the phone while driving, but they cannot absolutely control your navigator or your phone. It is not easy to find police checks, indeed it is very rare, the controls only intensify in connection with large shifts due to the festivities.

    Usually foreigners do not take big risks in Italy because they are more disciplined than Italians ....

    And I give you another news, a series of rules requires Fixed Speed Cameras in urban centers, (maximum speed limit 50 Km / h), to have a patrol that disputes the infringement on the spot, as it never happens, all those devices have been inactive for almost three years, in fact Garigor classified them as "Fake Speed Cameras".

 

 

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