# RELEASE: Map Monkey v1.1.3

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• 03-30-2005, 02:57 AM
vxcarpc
Sorry if i'm covering old questions but just wondering if theres a way to convert the measurements to metric via the software?
• 03-30-2005, 03:34 AM
Enforcer
Quote:

Originally Posted by vxcarpc
Sorry if i'm covering old questions but just wondering if theres a way to convert the measurements to metric via the software?

Have you checked all the settings?
• 03-30-2005, 03:42 AM
meddler
It's in the settings of D3. Go menu / settings / general settings. There is a units system setting. Choose MPH or km/h :)
• 04-29-2005, 01:07 PM
DReffects
hi there,

i have an odd problem: when i launch map monkey the normal way everythign works. it reconnects to GPS at startup, displaying my correct position. Within Centrafuse however, the location-cursor jumps to my current location and then, half a second later, jumps to a totall different adress in my city. when i start to drive the map rotates according to my car-movement but the location is fixed to this specific adress.

I just drove to this adress and guess what happened: the location-cursor jumped irradically somewhere inside a nearby sea...
Then, when i drove back, about 100meters away from this strangly fixed location, i jumped back from the see to the mysterious location.

has anyone encountered a similar phenomenon or has a fix? As i said... normal mapmonkey works like a charm... (despite it also Starts at the mysterious adress but THEN jumps to my correct location)

thanks:)
• 04-30-2005, 04:34 AM
DjBac
If we have these gps values E023°51.232', N038°10.564' how can we convert them to such values that will be recognised by MM?:)
• 04-30-2005, 08:38 AM
baggers
try
longitude is the E degrees ( 23 ) + mins 51.232/60.0 which = 23.8538666
latitude is the N degrees ( 38 ) + mins 10.564/60.0 which = 38.1760666
• 04-30-2005, 08:39 AM
baggers
PS, i could be wrong, as I don't know what MM wants, but i'm assuming it's that.
• 04-30-2005, 05:43 PM
DjBac
Thanx a lot!!:)

I will try that tomorrow!!;)
• 05-01-2005, 05:37 PM
DjBac
Quote:

Originally Posted by baggers
try
longitude is the E degrees ( 23 ) + mins 51.232/60.0 which = 23.8538666
latitude is the N degrees ( 38 ) + mins 10.564/60.0 which = 38.1760666

That worked!!:)

Thanx a lot!!;)

Any chance anyone knows how I can get long/lat if I click on a destinator map through MM?? I want this in order to build Speed Cam database for Greece!!:) I don't have coordinates for all the cameras, but address/#!:)
• 05-02-2005, 03:44 AM
baggers
I'm glad it worked for you DjBac :D
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