I'll wait for the official responseOriginally Posted by Grayscale
no, he meant nope . If they press enter it will cycle through them all, however i'm not sure whats going on just yet since i dont have the US maps (dling now)Originally Posted by 0l33l
CarPC install is starting to come along again...
I said Nope, but it was meant at your question aboveOriginally Posted by 0l33l
And remember I said "when the new version is released". It won't work yet
Ok. So, your frontend has a button to click navigate? This sounds cool So I'll just add a comand that the user will say 'navigate' and NaviVoice will check for destinator and will send that command using winsock, and if it finds routis/iguidance it will just say enterOriginally Posted by Ninja Monkey
Thanks for your support Ninja Monkey!
The seperate commands to press buttons are already there now, just not the command to cycle each one after each other.Originally Posted by 0l33l
If you send the winsock command D3Request|Click_Button|1 it will click the navigate button
SWEET! I hope I have some time to work on this tonight.Originally Posted by Ninja Monkey
I'll also need to update my gamma code, and work a bit on gammacontrol (I got the darkening code to look a bit better, with more percision).
Yes, I am..Originally Posted by 0l33l
Oops, try "Button1"
Also, "Item1" to "Item3" are the category headers (like Street, Zip etc)
Yep, Button1 worksOriginally Posted by Ninja Monkey
So you're gonna add a command to just cycle through them... right? So if I send the command and I'm on Street, it will go to the next one (number). Also, can I change the order, so if the user wants to enter in the post code or something
Yes, but only if they've got to Street by using the command (and not actually clicking) otherwise there's no way I can tell where they're up to.Originally Posted by 0l33l
There's going to be a button called Order_Button or similar that you can click through the winsock connection to open the Order-By dialog, and then there's a Order1 to Order4 that you can click thereafter...
Unless you can think of an easier way?