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    Another try, dear friend @Bixo.

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    A button on cockpit inform Us for the manual RDS frequency!

    1) Simple press open an increase- decrease button
    And now we can give all frequencies!

    2)long press The same button , we return, from auto mode
    Scan, to manual , and vice versa!

    3)green letters for frequencies , means auto scan mode!
    Blue letters, means we are in manual frequency mode!

    4) As we can understand , all of this work, is for widows ce.

    So we are waiting for you to test it!

    I hope that it works!

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    Download
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    Small mistake, doesn't save settings for manual and auto scan

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    Hi Frontzosd,
    these are the results of the first little live test:

    1) in the cockpit the new button fro scan Auto\Manu covers what opens the button for access directly to the TMC screen,so it would be moved beneath it.

    2) Unfortunately, if you click short on your new cockpit button, it will open the screen with the settings of the map view, but I do NOT see the two new buttons to change the frequencies manually! So I can not make UP and DOWN frequencies.

    3) Work correctly the LONG click on the cockpit button!
    If BLUE letters BLOCK automatic freq. scan, vice versa, if green, I have automatic scanning, actually seen this via the cockpit button Menu -> TMC (it can not directly access the TMC button in the cockpit, as I explained.)

    So, we're on the right way!

    It remains to be solved because I do not see the 2 new buttons to do UP and DOWN manual scans ... maybe NG WinCE uses other commands ??? You have to fix this problem for a real live test ...
    Maybe I need a plugin *.zip of dependence on TMC support (i do not use "truck.zip" and "vehicle_selection.zip", i do not need... but i do not think this 8/5000
    disrupts TMC functions if i do not use them in folder ux ").

    I attach screenshots of what I see, which I got from the PC with emulator, but in the car I have the same situation ... it's just to show you that the 2 up and down buttons are missing and the one in the cockpit covers the NG button for direct access to the TMC screen.

    Thank you so much for supporting the development of this new plugin, we will also solve this little problem I think

    A greeting.
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    I try this update plugin with save data...my answers were for previous plugin... after I write new test results.

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    Small mistake, doesn't save settings for manual and auto scan
    Test RDS v2:

    NG at each new start ALWAYS with AUTO scan, regardless of whether it was closed,using NG exit button or car ignition off, without going through the exit button...even if previously it was set to scan MANU.
    The flag in save\...\system.ini
    [tmc]
    auto_tuning="1"
    it seems to always stay at 1 live with device???

    With emulator and PC change 0 and vice versa 1...

    Edit:
    live on the new cockpit button I have to see ONLY written "Mhz" green or blue, or even the current RDS frequency?
    I only see green or blue writing with connected TMC device, okay this?
    It would also be useful to see the current frequency as well, like the old old plugin on the cockpit button...

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    Edit 2:
    with emulator and PC NG always start with MANU scan, regardless of whether the written flag is 1 or 0.
    Live with device start for one second to MANU, after set always in AUTO scan.
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    Try with Navy blue skin!
    To see everything from the side List!
    I don't have time to modify it for other skin.

    If the manual mode , stops auto scan this means it works

    Otherwise forget everything about this!

    Next gen is A DIFFICULT OPPONENT FOR THIS FEATURE!
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    I tried your skin, but with NG WinCE it was not working properly, and for 2 din units, your skin stole too much RAM.
    Can I see it again with your skin ... link for last version?

    Or I will try it alone, if you have commented on your work on .ui and .lua files, to find out how to display the 2 UP and DOWN buttons and the frequency with the skin I currently use ... although I'm not as skilled as you are NG code ... unfortunately, if I can not see the buttons working, and your skin does not work with NG WinCE, I can never know if the latest changes are working, so all the work done becomes useless.
    Please tell me if the code should read in the cockpit button even the actual frequency or not, only "Mhz" green or blue.
    Can I possibly ask you about code strings, to modify them?

    Thanks for all the work done !!

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    FM range is 78.5Mhz to 108Mhz and not 75Mhz to 108MHz
    Last edited by Bixo; 9th September 2017 at 04:17 PM.

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    For Pongo skin

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    Great work, now I see the buttons and frequencies.Next days I make accurate live tests and then write the results.

    @Frontzosd
    My mistake of writing over, sorry, I was in a hurry....
    range FM is 87.5Mhz to 108Mhz, but I'll fix this in the "tmc.zip" file, and then put it here in upload...

    Thank you so much for this wonderful work!!!

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    The correct numbers!

    87.5 to 108.0

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    !Download again dear friend Bixo
    Last edited by frontzosd; 9th September 2017 at 09:50 PM.

 

 
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