Ok i will get from the post then, also i noticed the xm on the radio that isn't activated only shows radio id and channel 1 now but in my truck it lists all channels but i think that was a few builds ago. I will check my truck with this build. Your radio is good til april next year. SNO
Current Build Sept 15
Test #1 Vibe 11.6" tablet win7ult atom d510 2gig HD radio works perfect using mic-in volume up/down mute station scan presets perfect!
Test #2 Same unit Dab unit using mic-in only fm for test volume up/down mute scan perfect even bonus RDS!
Test #3 Same unit XM direct unit using mic-in volume up/down mute scan perfect
Well the radio apps all seem to be working very good now. I hope there is a couple of people using and testing the lastest build that have radio units in their vehicles. Currently Driveline now supports the Directed/Visteon HD radio AM/FM/HD1-HD2-HD3, the XMD1000 and the XMPCR for satellite radio to cover the North American market. The new Dab+ unit from Monkeyboard that has exploded on the scene is now supported in Driveline under the lastest build, It has been tested but until a few more users receive their actual units I can't really say how well the Dab side of things work. Initial Dab tests have proven positive results. Suggestions are always welcomed. SNO
Sent Clockwork a PM with results of DAB test.
I was searching the files of the latest build and came across this deeply buried icon Attachment 67643 It looks like there is some progress going on in the background, excellent! SNO
Unfortunately, it will be at least a few weeks before TPMS is implemented in DriveLine.
The really crazy thing is that nothing major seems to be broken right now.
I came across an article today where the topic was the choice of fonts used for in-vehicle computer systems. Link below.
As someone who has to design a UI, I think this is great information to have. The most important goal in the design of DriveLine has been usability "at a glance". That's why the UI elements are consistent across most screens, and the 3 most-used actions (PrevTrack, NextTrack, and Home) can always be located without even looking at the content on the screen. I might have to find some new fonts to play with now.
DriveLine will work with any font and automatically scale text to fit where appropriate. The recommended font is Arial Narrow (to cram more horizontal characters onto the screen). If the specified font isn't installed, DriveLine uses the default Windows font instead.