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    Exclamation MapThis 0.5.20 with holux support for slim psps



    NEW IN v0.5.20
    - Generic serial GPS receivers support (Holux gpslim236-240, M1000-1200 and others) for slim psp
    - One version of the program (FW3.XX) supports both PSP-290 and Holux receivers.
    Type of receiver can now be selected via configuration screen:
    ENABLESERIALPORT=1 - Holux / serial port gps devices
    ENABLESERIALPORT=0 - PSP-290 support.
    Note that due to FW limitations the version for 1.0-1.5 firmware does not have support for PSP-290 receiver.
    - WIFI upload should now work in all versions of the program. (must be enabled with LOADWIFI=1 flag)
    - Variable map scroll speed (controlled via CURSORSPEED=..)
    - Zoom in/out animation (toggled with SMOOTHZOOM=1)
    - Smooth transition between 2D and bird-view modes
    - Sound output controlled programatically in FW3.xx version. (applies to serial port gps devices only)
    If during program starup the audio/serial connector is not plugged in, the sound is routed to internal speakers.
    - Rotating POI icons, better rendering of compass arrows, etc
    - Numerous rendering optiomizations (as of v05.05)
    - Misc bug fixes
    - Code cleanup
    - Source code included

    Factory-made cables and parts for DIY projects can be purchased @ http://pc-mobile.net/pspgps.htm

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    thanks! Downloading and gonna test it now

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    this incredible application juz keeps on getting better n better...

    woot~!!

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    Thanks, going to test it out... I just got my PSP-290 today and have had troubles getting this to work. So hopefully this is it!
    *CROSSES FINGERS*

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    Everything seems to be working so far with my PSP-2000 on 3.71 m33-3.

    One question though. I just got POI files working, and I have some questions regarding that.

    ok, so I have this file "_myPOI" and its in the folder with the maps.
    Sample:
    #
    !WAYPOINT
    #
    35.118752,138.911697,0
    35.118153,138.909927,0
    .......
    35.116844,138.595917,0
    <EOF>
    I load up my map, all ok. Now... the POI doesnt show up by default, and pressing triangle does nothing (throws me an error). Ok, so i go "start" and enter POI lookup. (here it seems Circle means search, and X means load POI), press X on my POI file, and there it all comes up. Problem now is that mapthis wants to continue the waypoint thing from the last waypoint. wants to put more markers.. I dont want this. I just want to see my line. also, all these green dots show up on every coordinate in my waypoint list. Pressing triangle to turn POI off leaves me with a red line, outlining the path, which is what i want. But still it wants me to continue plotting a path

    Is this a bug? Did I miss something? Is there some kind of waypoint termination command im missing in my POI file?

    And where can I find a full reference for the POI file format?

    Other than that, awesome program. Love it

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    warbird: this is done by design. The gray line from the destination point to your current location indicates how far you still have to go as the crow flies. Also, while viewing the map, you can place additional segments by pressing circle. Of course you could just ignore the gray line .

    In my version (based on .505 still) you can specify a _DEFAULT POI file, which is loaded when loading a map.

    A reference for the POI file format can be found here: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/MapThis!

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    how does the sound thing for audio/serial connector actually work??

    - Sound output controlled programatically in FW3.xx version. (applies to serial port gps devices only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cydus21 View Post
    how does the sound thing for audio/serial connector actually work??

    - Sound output controlled programatically in FW3.xx version. (applies to serial port gps devices only)
    - Sound output controlled programatically in FW3.xx version. (applies to serial port gps devices only)
    If during program starup the audio/serial connector is not plugged in, the sound is routed to internal speakers.

    In other words, if you plug in the cable before you start the program, no sound is coming out of the PSP internal speaker, which is NORMAL, and the sound is coming out of the headphone.

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    tat doesn't make sense? isn't it always been this way? thot it should be the other way round?

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