Destinator with Speed/Bearing, and Winamp control
I've been busy...again! ;)
First a screenshot...I think you can figure it out ;)
Download it here :)
Basically...put the .jpg and .skin files in your skin directory and put the ExternalDest.exe file in your MediaCar root folder. :)
Go into MediaCar Setup, and then under GPS, change the "External GPS Location" to point to the ExternalDest.exe file, and make it run embedded, with a search string of *externaldest*
When you run GPS, use External :)
If you're playing music, you can also control previous/next track..i couldn't quite figure out volume yet ;)
Update 08/03/2004 11:40am
Was not loading, hanging using 99% CPU power, due to no skin files. Fixed. Now gives error messages if it can't find the skin files.
Update 08/03/2004 16:55pm
Bug i introduced in last "fix" which set the analog dial to a set place..it was my testing ;)
Can now define image files for both KM and Miles, and the range for each.
Can set whether you want to display in Miles, Kilometers, or use Destinator settings. Change the U section in the .skin file to M, K or D as required.
Will check every 10 seconds for MediaCar being open. If it's not open, then the program will close, so that it can be opened again the next time you start MediaCar. This also means it won't run if MediaCar isn't open ;)
Update 13/03/2004 11:40am
Task bar appears when you click in the app.
Analog Speedo will not display until Destinator is fully loaded, and This means it won't show one graphic, then switch to another (this was annoying me more than you I guess ;))
Ability to set it to 3d mode on startup. Change this in the .skin file if you don't.
Update 05/04/2004 10:10am
Now reads from the UK Speed Camera database, and shows a visible warning, and plays a sound file when you are approaching a speed camera. Due to Destinator, it can't show exactly where the camera is, but it will help for you to be a little more aware ;) Other countries can just add a .csv file with the columns Longitude,Latitude
Get the update here - Copy files to the MediaCar directory, and the .skin files from the relevent directories based on your resolution, overwriting the existing ones