KNOWN BUGS / PROBLEMS
- WIFI MAP UPLOAD does not work for PSP-290 version
- Infrequent crashes (still under investigation)
VOICE PROMPTS / ALERTS EXPLANATION
Starting with MapThis! 0.5 it is possible to assign sound alerts to any POI or waypoint.
For instance, if you have a speed trap POI list for your area and you'd like to have a
sound alert when approaching a speed trap you'll need to do following:
1) Save your alert sound as 128bps/44Khz mp3 file as system/messageXXX.mp3 where XXX is any 3 digit number.
2) Edit your speed trap POI file to add that message number to the end of every poi definition line
The latest gmdl tool has the ability to match waypoint descriptions to a predefined dictionary of voice
prompts. For example if it detects a word "left" in the description it can assign "Left turn ahead"
pre-recorded message. The dictionary in gmdl is configurable via sounds.txt file, in which certain words
or phrases are linked to mp3 messages. MapThis! allows up to 1000 different messages per route or POI file.
To get gps functionality working:
generic gps receiver version must be ran under 1.5 kernel (install in GAME150 folder under custom FW)
PSP-290 gps receiver version must be ran under 3.XX kernel (install in GAME3XX folder under custom FW)
PSP-290 version requires usbacc.prx and usbgps.prx files for GPS functionality to be working properly.
These files must be extracted from your firmware version and placed in the same directory as EBOOT.PBP.
Visit MapThis! FAQ threads in DCEMU forums (http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/forumdisplay.php?f=170) for details.
Many thanks to everyone who contributed time, skills, hardware and money to this project!