Originally Posted by liquid_smoke
Ok to answer your questions:
I did more changes to the GPS screens (both full screen and regular gps) to make it what I felt to be more user friendly, it just so happens that my changes (no skinbedder) work with igmon.
the external_gps_fs.skin file ---> I changed this to match the main menu screen, but I deactivated many of the buttons that are covered up by the embedded GPS. I personally do not use the flash speedo, so by removing that, I was able to gain access to audio controls.
I also had problems with the exit_fs autoit script, so I got rid of it, and made an exit FS button next to the audio controls on the gps fs screen. This exit FS button is defined in your exectbl.ini that I modified.
It basically returns to the gps skin, and kills the igcontrol script. Looking in my exectbl.ini you will see I called that command "exit5"
Changes in the exectbl.ini--->
Since igmon gives us a menu button, I now only load up the igcontrol.exe on the gps FS screen, on the standard gps screen, it will not pop up. This was personal preference, as I rarely use gps without it being FS.
you can see how I did this by comparing the exectbl.ini's that you have and that I uploaded. In the NO SKINBEDDER section, notice what I have running, on which screen compared to yours.
Hope that helps, really all that was needed for igmon to work was to take it out of skinbedder (until the next update) However these changes made it much easier to use gps from my standpoint.
Thats the best I can explain what I did, if you have anymore questions let me know.