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  1. #11
    Map Monkey Creator Ninja Monkey's Avatar
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    try SPACE

    You can't use shift because that's a modifier - you would only be able to use it in combination with another key
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  2. #12
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    Thanks again NM - worked this time. Is there any way to use a keyboard key to jump between selecting city - street and then show or do these have to be clicked with the mouse? The mouse on the Libretto isn't that easy to use!

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    There sure is...

    FE_CYCLE_DIALOG_FWD
    and
    FE_CYCLE_DIALOG_BCK

    to cycle through City/Street etc..

    Show would be
    FE_CLICK_BUTTON_2
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    Thanks again NM - worked as usual.

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    Dragging DOES work but you need to be in "Planning" mode not "Navigation".

    Being in "Navigation" mode will keep resetting the map to your current position.

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    Dragging works in both modes here.

    NM - Is there a hotkey I can set to set the origin until I get a pcmcia gps card to use with destinator?

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    Hello!

    ..one more question:

    Is there any chance to hookup the "+" and "-" key (need it for Zoom) in the hotkeys.ini?
    I've tried "+", "ADD" or "PLUS" with nu success.. ;-(

    Big Thx in advance!

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