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    I run iGuidance in CF1.5 with only one problem, it doesn't load centered in the screen, but going full screen and back fixes that quickly.

    Ladzio, I think the solution for that was an "always on top" option or something similar in CF.

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    i got it to open igmod on startup but the way it worked was a bit strange. i went into setup to the "startup location" deal in the system page. i scrolled through to find my iGmod app. as i'm sure many of you have found, it wasn't there. what was there, however, was a seeming gap between one of my applications (9/15 in the numbering) and the next application (13/15 in the numbering). i clicked on one of those blank spaces (11/15) and said OK. that turned out to be my iGmod external app and it now loads automatically when i load CF. weird, but it works. soooo, now the question is whether or not my little write-up here makes any sense to anyone other than myself. sorry if it's confusing. let me know if you have any questions.

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    ok, this is strange...i had to go through that weird setup process on my desktop to get it to work that way, but when i tried it on my carpc my iGmod app was listed in the other startup locations so all i had to do was select it and it worked. the key is that you first have to have iGmod set up as an external app.

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    So, is it normal that the iGMod isn't "integrated" into Centrafuse? Not complaining, just wondering if I did something wrong (or didn't do something) to get it integrated in the interface like the default GPS is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatejd
    So, is it normal that the iGMod isn't "integrated" into Centrafuse? Not complaining, just wondering if I did something wrong (or didn't do something) to get it integrated in the interface like the default GPS is.

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    ? No, that's not normal. CF can embed any program, including iGMod. Make sure you have the window title set correctly.

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    Ok, I had the window named as GPS still - thanks.

    Is there a way to make iGmod fullscreen inside Centrafuse?

    Also, I can't get the DVD player to work when iGmod is open. One other small annoyance is that when I go to a different plugin from iGmod, the clock section in the upper right corner blinks off for about 5 seconds. Are these bugs happening to other people?
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