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    Solution for enabling warnings for Favourite POI's

    I've found out that by runing destinator.exe standalone, it's possible to enable warnings for favourite POI's, both visual and sound. Guess this will work for speedcam POI's too.

    But the problem then is that the warnings for favourites and speedcams are the same, I wouldn't know at once wheter centrafuse/destinator warns me about a regular POI or a speedcam.

    It's possible to set warnings on two different distances, could be 500 meters and 100 meters. I'm wondering if this corresponds to autoalert 1 and autoalert 2, or is that something else? Could it be that autoalert 1 is one type of warning, and autoalert 2 is another one?

    If so, it might be possible to use one for POI's and the other for speedcams.

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    If you name a .wav file the same as a POI it will play that one when you approach it.
    EG, if you have a POI named gatso.dat and a gatso.wav file, that's the one that gets played.

    And once you've got them set up they play when using Centrafuse.

    More info here: http://forums.fluxmedia.net/showthread.php?t=1916
    Check post #14 for the sound files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanmx6 View Post
    If you name a .wav file the same as a POI it will play that one when you approach it.
    EG, if you have a POI named gatso.dat and a gatso.wav file, that's the one that gets played.

    And once you've got them set up they play when using Centrafuse.

    More info here: http://forums.fluxmedia.net/showthread.php?t=1916
    Check post #14 for the sound files.
    thanks!

    Ok, I'll give it at try when I get time...

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    Forgot to say:

    The wav files need to go in the \Voice directory, in the subdirectory of whatever language you have selected (eg, Voice\All)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanmx6 View Post
    If you name a .wav file the same as a POI it will play that one when you approach it.
    EG, if you have a POI named gatso.dat and a gatso.wav file, that's the one that gets played.

    And once you've got them set up they play when using Centrafuse.

    More info here: http://forums.fluxmedia.net/showthread.php?t=1916
    Check post #14 for the sound files.
    Gatso.wav did not work for me. Centrafuse is still playing the original Favorites wav. I placed the wav in the same folder (Favorites) as the *.dat and *.bmp, maybe this is wrong? Think the Favorites wav is placed in a language specific foler, is this maybe where the new gatso.wav should be placed, or?

    forget this post, I should scrolled up

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanmx6 View Post
    Forgot to say:

    The wav files need to go in the \Voice directory, in the subdirectory of whatever language you have selected (eg, Voice\All)
    I use norwegian language, and guess the file should go there. But when is the wav's in Voice\All used?

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    The wav files need to go in \Voice\Norwegian then.

    The \All directory is English.

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