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    Auto Load Freedrive ???

    Hey CDR

    I tried out 0.81 and the camera speed is indeed updated from the .ini file so ?I guess that bug is dead.

    Now I have one question which might be stupid but I'm trying to get this operation as seemless as posssible.

    How can I automatically load freedrive in the background when RoadRunner starts up. I what to Load RR and have FD auto load in the background without comming in front of the RR window. This way I have FD ready when I need the GPS. Are there any switches in FD that I can use?
    Any suggestions?
    The road is long but we are getting there.

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    I think you should be asking in the RR Forum more likely. To my limited knowledge of FD there is no such possibility in FD, but I am sure RR can do it
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    All I have done at the moment, is stick rr and fd in the startup in the startmenu, so everytime the pc starts it loads RR and FD, then its there when you want it. I can add a command if you want so you dont see anything until RR want you to, by simple using a command like FreeDrive.exe /hidden something like that anyway.. at the moment I see the splashscreen of fd whilst its loading but then rr hides fd.

    CdR

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdRsKuLL
    All I have done at the moment, is stick rr and fd in the startup in the startmenu, so everytime the pc starts it loads RR and FD, then its there when you want it. I can add a command if you want so you dont see anything until RR want you to, by simple using a command like FreeDrive.exe /hidden something like that anyway.. at the moment I see the splashscreen of fd whilst its loading but then rr hides fd.

    CdR

    Hey CDR that would be Great. I tried using the startupmenu but i can see the splash screen. If you could add that /hidden command then the whole system would be seemless. I asked Guino if I was missing the knowledge of a RR command to do this but he said that it can't be done in RR. Can you implement such a hide switch ?

    Thanks for your time.
    The road is long but we are getting there.

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    ok.. I have added a hidden command.. so if you want to start up FD in the background use.. "FreeDrive.exe hidden"

    also includes yet another eta update. .. fingers x'd

    get it at

    http://www.x-digital.addr.com/FreeDrive.exe

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    Hey CDR. Just Downloaded.

    The hidden option is great. Works perfectly with RR

    Thanks a million and many congrats.
    The road is long but we are getting there.

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