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    Yes.
    And only if it is above the permitted speed.

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    Sorry, but it is not clear. I rephrase my question.
    The speedcam is at 70 km/h. Will I be alerted when this speedcam is approaching, whether I drive at 50 km/h or 90 km/h?
    Also, will I have the beep !alert1 rings if I am in overspeed even though there is no speedcam?
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    The speed camera is 50km/h.
    If you are at a speed of 49km/h or less, the beep !Alert1 does not ring.
    However, if your speed exceeds 50km/h you will hear the beep !Alert1.
    If there is no speed camera you will not hear the beep.

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    Of course, I do not mean and do not intend to interrupt @jorgeultra advice.

    @coukou - If the change from TTS to AUDIO, caused almost all settings regarding the alerts to turn Ggray - Stay with "TTS" and do try to check this "test":

    1 > Replace the sound to tone with your "Approaching"
    2 > Replace the sound to tone with your "overspeeding"
    3 > Select a tone for "End Alert" instead of your current "Muted"

    Use my 3 Favorites Tones - ui_nextgen > audio


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    @Jorgeultra: Now is clear. Thank you

    @kwbd: I had planned to test the Jorgeultra method and this method too.
    Till yesterday, I thought "No Sound" was a selected .wav file. So, I reviewed all the audio files (.wav) in data.zip and in the ux folders ... no file such "NO Sound".
    It was then that I realized that "No Sound" is actually muted, and that an audio .wav file is imperative for "End Alert". If this method is confirmed, I will prefer it because then "Sound Approach" and "Sound Overspeed" will be independent of each other.

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    You are correct No Sound means MUTE.
    The user can exchange No Sound for any beep that is in Audio files.
    In the image of post #2729 the option Choose Sound End speedcam alert as we can see has the beep !nav_dingding replacing No Sound.
    Last edited by jorgeultra; 3rd July 2020 at 12:55 PM.

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    The three sounds I have, and each one is independent in itself, work wonderfully. By the way @coukou and if you do not know this, you can get spcam alerts even without being in navigation mode, only in map mode.

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    In the data.zip files of Pongo and Arimi we have the option to choose 41 different types of beeps.
    These beeps are available to the user in Audio files.
    These skins have been working without sound problems for a long time.
    It is a tested and approved work.
    What is the need or gain to create some other type of beep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgeultra View Post
    What is the need or gain to create some other type of beep?
    There is no claim to the variety and selection of the 41 sounds you have specified. Certainly everyone is fine but to my ears, none of them caught my attention. The three sounds I offered are powerful and sharp in intensity. Try them Maybe they will get you.

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    The user is trying to understand the correct functioning of the beeps in the alerts and you suggest another type of beep in addition to those that are already available.
    In addition, the use is different from the problem under discussion.
    At no time did the user refer to beeps powerful or sharp in intensity.
    Isn't it better to try to clarify the users' doubts and when everything is clear then yes, suggest other experiences?
    Let's simplify !!!
    I reiterate these things create confusion.
    Sorry

 

 

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