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    Quote Originally Posted by P3rv3rt B3ar
    Slider catches my eye a bit... is that centralook at all? or is it how small slider looks in BlueIce?
    It is not 100% complete. I have yet to edit the map slider... I also have not implemented the trip planner and a couple of other features yet... Still working on it... people just requested some screenshots...

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    Looking much more integrated, very good


    Is it possible to increase the size of the next turn bar? Or at least the size of the text and having it bold?


    In my opinon I also think that the menu bar at the top should be increased in size and the status bar at the bottom should be removed if possible


    Question: Will the music volume automatically lower when voice guidance announces a turn?

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    Curious,

    So you are going with Destinator for the integrated GPS? Will this be the only option for integrated GPS? Approximately how much will it cost as part of the program?

    I heard that Destinator did not have very good routing in the US, this is why I ask.

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    It has good routing the problem was the ability to use the whole usa as one countinual map. I think that was fixed . . .
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    Destinator had horrible routing when I had it installed! I live in both LA and the Bay Area for half the year each, and always had to fight desitnator with the simplest of things. It didnt know my address, didn't know half of the places I wanted to go, and when it did know where I wanted to go, sent me along the worst possible route there could have been!

    It's a shame that destinator became the GPS app of choice for you, as it was really pathetic the last time I used it. Iguidance was 100 times better.

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    Hi,

    here in Europe, Destinator routing is working very well. Ok, if you take maps which are very old, the routing quality goes down, but with actual maps it is great !

    Maybe the Destinator US version you tried had very old maps ?

    But .. in my opinion -> Destinator is the perfect choice - miles ahead all other routing systems i tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sivart321
    Destinator had horrible routing when I had it installed! I live in both LA and the Bay Area for half the year each, and always had to fight desitnator with the simplest of things. It didnt know my address, didn't know half of the places I wanted to go, and when it did know where I wanted to go, sent me along the worst possible route there could have been!

    It's a shame that destinator became the GPS app of choice for you, as it was really pathetic the last time I used it. Iguidance was 100 times better.

    We will see what happens, I currently use Iguidance and the main thing I hate about it and actually is a deal breaker for me is that it doesn't mute/pause the music when it speaks to you. It just bolts up loud if I have the music down. Destinator was the natural choice for this because of the sdk and that it can truely be integrated in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sivart321
    Destinator had horrible routing when I had it installed! I live in both LA and the Bay Area for half the year each, and always had to fight desitnator with the simplest of things. It didnt know my address, didn't know half of the places I wanted to go, and when it did know where I wanted to go, sent me along the worst possible route there could have been!

    It's a shame that destinator became the GPS app of choice for you, as it was really pathetic the last time I used it. Iguidance was 100 times better.
    You most likely just needed the latest version... or you tried to run an SDK or application with map data that was not necessarily from the same version... I have iGuidance and Routis and it compares just fine when you have the latest version and matching maps from the same version...

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    Nice integration
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    well done..
    im happy with destinator, its what i use.. its what most the aussies use..

    its getting harder and harder to decicde what front end im gona settle with.. there all looking so good

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