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    Disable Camerapromts

    CDR,

    Everytime I approach a speedcam the Camera icon flashes on the screen and FD will play a soundfile. Is it possible to disable this feature? I Just want it to say approaching cam in 100 (with the sounds from the voice folder) and not have the flashing Camera icon and warning sound.

    Thanks,

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    have a look at the next alpha release.. at http://www.x-digital.addr.com/Free.exe rename this to FreeDrive.exe and overwrite the one in the FreeDrive folder (backup if needed) then also create a folder called 'logs' in your FD folder. The 0.90 alpha release has different warning and you can also set direction etc. + it has a new logging feature which you can record / playback any route

    CdR

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    Thanks, I'll try that

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    The "problem" is still there. As soon as I approach a camera the camera menu pops up and starts counting down from 300 meters. Everytime the distance on the countdown changes I hear a (loud!) beep from windows.
    Is this a soundfile I am missing, or maybe is it intended like that? And do you know how I can get rid of it?

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    0.90 Alpha 1 release

    Been testing 0.90 Alpha 1 release

    Meelobee - My understanding of the beeps (by process of elimination) is that they are present following a warning to indicate that you are still above the speed limit of the "current" camera . . . . . . SLOW DOWN and the beeps will stop !

    CdRsKuLL - Please confirm this understanding is correct . . . . and, I have a couple of other questions . . . .

    • How is the direction information stored (wanted to know how the direction info can be retained when updating the camera list next month from UKGPSINFO)
    • What is the speed (or formula) below which the warning for a given speed camera is ignored . . . . and, do the beeps still apply if you inadvertantly speed up ?


    Oh . . . and keep up the good work - it's a brilliantly simple implementations

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    Quote Originally Posted by karaoke
    Been testing 0.90 Alpha 1 release

    Meelobee - My understanding of the beeps (by process of elimination) is that they are present following a warning to indicate that you are still above the speed limit of the "current" camera . . . . . . SLOW DOWN and the beeps will stop !
    I don't want to slow down The first warning that I'm approaching a cam is enough for me, the beeps are kiling my speakers when I'm listening to loud music.

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    A very easy way to get rid of the beep is to replace the coresponding wav file with an empty one
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    damn why didn't I think of that.. lol thanks Jeeve5

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