-Menu lay-outs have been altered to comply with Symbian user interface
standards. As a result, many menu/submenu items and features have been
-Improved accuracy of calculations relating to point angles.
-Internal GPS receivers within Symbian Series60 3rd edition handsets (such as
the N82 and N95) are now supported via a setting in the
Options/Settings/GPS-tab called GPS-Source. Other location-based technology
supported by handsets may work as well.
-czech and finish language translations have been contributed.
-A status message is now displayed when Settings Menu settings are saved or
-A progress indicator is now displayed during a database export.
-a bug where the no signal/signal acquired messages would be announced in
rapid succession has been fixed.
-The trip metre now saves the distance correctly.
-Settings in the Options/Settings/GPS-Tab that alter functionality will now
take affect upon saving the settings rather than after programme restart as in
-it's now possible to disable point approach and point arrival announcements
by setting the respective radius to 0.
-There's a new screen keep awake feature. If enabled this will prevent the
phone from activating the screen saver. This may be especially useful on
phones such as the n82 that have a very short screen saver timeout. This
setting may reduce the phone's battery life since the screen's light is turned
on when the inactivity time is reset.
-It's now possible to set a mappable key as undefined.
-In training mode pressing a key that hasn't been assigned will now say
-The append checkpoints function is now mappable to a key.
-There's now an export option in the checkpoints menu. This will export the
currently loaded points to a file sutable for importing into loadstone or
uploading to the PointShare Exchange.
-In exploration mode pressing long 5 will show the closest point. The
direction reported by this will be more accurate than pressing select on the