Sorry for not replying sooner, I didn't notice your post.
Originally Posted by NSFW
Thank you for the appreciations.
The back button is always in the same place respect to the navigation area. In the Phone application you see it moved to the right because the left bar allows to what to show, including the view that has navigation. It may be slightly more accessible to have it always in the same place no matter what but i think that it's more intuitive if it's inside the context where it is used.
The concept of the home button is different to the back button. The home button exits the application and brings you to the main menu with 1 touch. The back button navigates backwards in a navigation page.
This works like in iOS, what you suggest works more like a Windows Phone or Android os. It's valid solution too, I think it's just a matter of personal preference.
Uh, i didn't notice your post too. Maybe because it had beed moderated so it was actually posted later?
Originally Posted by sackarou
Nitro searches for Mapfactor PC Navigator in these locations:
Program Files (x86)\Navigator11\PC_Navigator\PC_Navigator.exe
Program Files (x86)\Navigator10\PC_Navigator\PC_Navigator.exe
Happy New Year to everybody!
I have a new beta release for you, these are the changes:
You can update directly from Nitro or download the new setup from the website.
- Fixed crash on systems using german language
- Fixed some rare problems using playlists
- Added accent color configuration
- Added Sygic Drive support
Looks stuning and really clean the only thing im missing here is reverse cam + pdc sensors http://www.mp3car.com/hardware-devel...y-pdc-usb.html
Thinking about adding that ?
Right now i'm working on th SDK, i want to make everybody able to easily develop new plugins. I have no plans to develop Cam / Pdc at the moment because i'll need to concentrate on the frontend core to make sure it's stable enough, so i don't want to give false ETAs...
Originally Posted by lugi
I really like your front end. It's so clean and simple.
I've been looking for a front end for a while to exchange my windows ce gps box for a real car pc.
It's nice that you have added sygic drive support, but the available navigation software for windows still isn't great in comparison with the windows ce 6 navigation like navigon.
On what platform have you developed this application?
A port to linux with arm support would be great. This way you can run the application on cheap boxes like the new raspberry pi.
Oh and in the settings menu argument is misspelled. it says 'argouments' or something like that.
I could also make a dutch translation if you like.
anyway, Keep up the good work!:dance:
I downloaded your free version - looks great
I can't seem to configure navigation program? Theres no icon on the desktop or option in setttings. How do I set that up??
Does it support GMPC or sygic? Also does it have an audio mute option when GPS gives directions?
Originally Posted by zynex
Nitro is developed on Windows and uses some libraries which are not available on Linux so it's not possible to port it. But this is by design, i felt it was a better idea to use an OS which has the drivers for any peripheral and it's the same for every user instead of linux that is probably missing support for some hardware and may behave differently depending on the distro.
I have to decide what to do about the translations, I think i'll probably translate it in some languages and possibly allow the user to edit them.
Nitro automatically adds an icon to the menu when it detects a supported navigation software.
Originally Posted by Cham
GMPC is not supported as i could not get a license to test it.
Sygic should work fine, it is searched on the following paths:
Program files (x86)\Sygic\Drive\WindowsXP\Drive.exe
Please let me know if you version installs on a different location.
Does it support sygic drive or sygic fleet??
Originally Posted by zmast