While "On Day" doesn't work for me (android Street Pilot 2.35 800x480), "Date Range" seems to work; so I will use it for SchoolZone, yea! Actually it's better since school begin and end on certain days anyway.
There were some confusion in my testing because Street Pilot was not using the time set by the phone. Instead it's one hour earlier. Don't know why or how to fix that (there is no date/time setting inside StreetPilot)
Last edited by osiris4isis; 15th April 2015 at 06:10.
Results from today's test-run are absolutely the same like testerday - the alert went on old nuvi and StreetPilot was silent.
Regarding the StreetPilot's clock - it is strange... You know, it takes the time from the satellites. And one hour drift...
Hmmmm, that's an interesting thought, I always simulate so I turned off Sat as soon as I got in; maybe I leave it on for more than an hour and see what would happen. Although, it could be a daylight saving time or timezone bug. BTW, iGO doesn't have this problem; it's correctly using the phone time.
Edit: It's a timezone problem, solution in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Here is a new .gpi using "Date Range" for same time and day setting. Also using redlight icon and voice warning (on StreetPilot you should just gets tone)
Last edited by osiris4isis; 16th April 2015 at 08:29.
I never like the idea of using "Speedcam" as an indication or grouping of traffic related alerts. For example, when people post they say "Speedcam" which could mean redlight,mobile,fix,average,etc... camera. I would preferred the following organization:
If there is distinction in direction, then "Directional Alerts" is used instead of "Alerts" Doing this way allows more appropriate classification of France's "Dangerous Zone" and "Speed Limit" and Greece's "Bus Lane Cam" and "CCTV Cam" For traffic related alerts such as "Congestion" and "Road Closed/Block", "Traffic Alerts" can be used. In english this makes sense, how about translation to other languages? Would it still make sense? Or maybe to be more precise, use "Road Alerts" instead of "Alerts"Code:Please Login or Register to see the links
Last edited by osiris4isis; 21st April 2015 at 04:48.
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