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    You can do this by setting the delay time from 0 to 60 sec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-ejtsch View Post
    Hello,
    now itīs working :-) I have to say you made a great work!
    But one thing Iīm missing. Something like:

    Hold GPS screen after saying directions for xx seconds than switch to last screen.

    Sorry for my bad english, I hope you understand!!!

    Ti-ejtsch
    Hi,

    I'm glad you have it working now... as MGD has mentioned you should be able to set the delay on NaviMon's main settings... (please check you have the version I posted on 20th Jan)

    Cheers
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    Any chance of adopting your program to work with other GPS software ?
    The road is long but we are getting there.

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    @swift gti

    Time is working with following command:

    CMD OFF: GPS||WAIT;xx
    xx = seconds bevor switching to LASTSCR

    With this settings, NaviMon is working great for me:

    Trigger if volume...: 50%
    Muted volume: 255
    Unmuted Volume: 0
    Show guidance screen...: True
    Cmd on: AUDIO
    Cmd off: GPS||WAIT;10
    Delay: 0

    When I change delay to 5 and donīt write the command "WAIT;xx" I donīt have the effect I want.

    swift gti thanks a lot you made a great work !!!

    Thanks
    Ti-ejtsch

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    Hi, Glad you have it working for you.. interesting that it works ok as the values you have seem to be the wrong way round..
    I would have thought the following settings would be required for it to work as designed:

    Trigger if volume = 50%
    Muted Volume = 0
    Unmuted Volume = 255
    Show guidance screen = True
    Cmd On: GPS
    Cmd Off: Audio
    Delay 10

    That way when guidance speaks you will get
    - shown the GPS screen for the whole of voice guidance + 10 extra seconds
    - winamp muted while voice guidance speaks
    - taken to Audio screen after voice guidance + 10 seconds

    But if its working then thats good

    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-ejtsch View Post
    @swift gti

    Time is working with following command:

    CMD OFF: GPS||WAIT;xx
    xx = seconds bevor switching to LASTSCR

    With this settings, NaviMon is working great for me:

    Trigger if volume...: 50%
    Muted volume: 255
    Unmuted Volume: 0
    Show guidance screen...: True
    Cmd on: AUDIO
    Cmd off: GPS||WAIT;10
    Delay: 0

    When I change delay to 5 and donīt write the command "WAIT;xx" I donīt have the effect I want.

    swift gti thanks a lot you made a great work !!!

    Thanks
    Ti-ejtsch

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolisn View Post
    Any chance of adopting your program to work with other GPS software ?
    As long as the GPS software lowers windows wave volume then there is no alteration to code needed.. if it doesn't lower the volume then i'm afraid I have no way to detect when guidance has started, short of using SDK's etc..

    Cheers

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    Small update for a problem I found while using the delay feature for cmd off...
    If you have changed the default settings just overwrite ONLY the NaviMon2.exe to keep your settings.
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    i have another problem regarding volumes (with sygic drive):

    i am often listening very loud (bass) music during driving. if then the voice jumps in, it almost blows my ears (and loudspeakers). you can easily listen techno and rap at high volumes but voices only tend to distort.

    is there a way to have voice commands to be outputted at 50% of the current music volume (interrupting/pausing the music) and then resume full power music playback?

    sygic is reducing the volume constantly to i.e. 50% so music playback then also goes with that low volume

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    This program will not work correctly with Sygic drive.
    I'm currently looking into a method of detecting when Sygic speaks so that I can create a solution for that..
    I need to do some investigation on how to monitor API call's as Sygic makes call's to Winmm.dll when it speaks...

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    looking forward for a solution.

    it is blasting my ears when speaking directions. so i had to turn off any sound coming from sygic drive but this also mutes warnings of radars etc. hhmm too bad. why are so simple things never working. why do they (sygic) reduce the overall volume and not setting it back after the message? hmm engineers withoug cars:-)

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