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    Question Where are the Gamma Control Docs?

    Why is GammaControl Included?

    This is so you can set the gamma settings in NaviVoice. I made GammaControl and NaviVoice share the same INI, so all the data is shared. Look in the GammaControl docs on how to use this.
    Can you please explain how to use it or provide the Gamma Control Docs please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M^ck^y
    Can you please explain how to use it or provide the Gamma Control Docs please?

    appreciated
    Its self explanitory

    Yeh, run the navivoice config program to set your coordinates. Then run gammacontrol and define the values and you're good to go. New version in beta testing right now.. will be able to change MM's colors on the fly

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    What has longitude and latitude have to do with gamma? i still don't get it! Sorry if i'm a stupid idiot

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    Quote Originally Posted by M^ck^y
    What has longitude and latitude have to do with gamma? i still don't get it! Sorry if i'm a stupid idiot
    There's no such thing as a stupid question, just stupid people

    Basically GammaControl will calculate the time that the sun is visible, and the time that the sun is set. So when the sun is visible, it makes it go to day mode, and when the sun is set it goes into night mode.

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    brilliant! let's try it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by M^ck^y
    brilliant! let's try it now
    So just put in your GPS coordinates in degrees mode.

    It uses your GPS lat/lon so you don't have to worry about time of year, etc... it gets automatically calculated

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    thanks, it doesn't seem to save it properly, i'll enter it manually

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    I think it's working, but damn, sunset is in 50 mins

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    Quote Originally Posted by M^ck^y
    thanks, it doesn't seem to save it properly, i'll enter it manually
    What do you mean? What doesn't save properly?
    Quote Originally Posted by M^ck^y
    I think it's working, but damn, sunset is in 50 mins
    Good

    Set your time foreward a bit

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    When I enter the coordinates in ConfigureNaviVoice.exe , i click on save, it resets the values to 0, so i just typed the values in Gammacontrol.ini, and it seems to work.
    It changed to day gamma, i'll wait and see if it changes to night by itself

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