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    Quote Originally Posted by Dartman_71 View Post
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    Thanks. I don't have notice.

    This will be a update to support the IGO 8? I have edit with skin editor to support...

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    being a jeep driver, I was already sucked in to the uconnect title.great oem look, but i run a 7inch screen in the car, would the icons along the bottom take up too much screen real estate?
    I obviously haven't yet tried in the car but that is my second impression (1st is how sleek this thing looks;-))

    Great job non the less man

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolPT View Post
    Thanks. I don't have notice.

    This will be a update to support the IGO 8? I have edit with skin editor to support...
    I hope this going to pleases you, I had to leave off the top bar because there was no room and iGO refuses to shrink.

    Both iGO 8 and iGO 8.3.x are supported in next UCT version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mos33y View Post
    being a jeep driver, I was already sucked in to the uconnect title.great oem look, but i run a 7inch screen in the car, would the icons along the bottom take up too much screen real estate?
    I obviously haven't yet tried in the car but that is my second impression (1st is how sleek this thing looks;-))

    Great job non the less man
    I also have 7" screen and in my mind bottom buttons/icons are perfect size and easy to hit. Naturally it's matter of taste, others want huge buttons and others want so small that you need touch pen to operate them.
    Originally UCT runs is 8.4" screen in Chrysler and Dodge so there is more space, I had to squeeze bottom icons little to get more space other stuff but I think skin is quite balanced now.

    Edit: Don't let screenshots fool you, icons are much smaller when running in 7" wide screen with 800x600 resolution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dartman_71 View Post
    I also have 7" screen and in my mind bottom buttons/icons are perfect size and easy to hit. Naturally it's matter of taste, others want huge buttons and others want so small that you need touch pen to operate them.
    Originally UCT runs is 8.4" screen in Chrysler and Dodge so there is more space, I had to squeeze bottom icons little to get more space other stuff but I think skin is quite balanced now.

    Edit: Don't let screenshots fool you, icons are much smaller when running in 7" wide screen with 800x600 resolution.
    Hi Dartman,
    1. Thanks for explaining. I just looks at the op and it looked to be made of for 4:3 format.
    2. I go 8.3 support is ALWAYS appreciated ;-)
    3. I can see on top right hand corne rof your screen you have tempin and tempout. where is the data for this coming from? Are you using the temper usb thermometer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mos33y View Post
    Hi Dartman,
    3. I can see on top right hand corne rof your screen you have tempin and tempout. where is the data for this coming from? Are you using the temper usb thermometer?
    I use 1 wire usb thermometer and Mitch's MJS Gadgets 1-Wire plugin which is not released to public yet, but you could ask plugin from Mitch via pm if you are interested.
    Here is link to shop where you can purchase 1 wire adapter (USB9097) and sensors separately or 2-10 sensors kits.

    Digital sensors are very accurate, unlike analog crap which vary several degrees.
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    Gosh, where all the fun without the tweaking! Now iGO 8.3.x fits perfectly

    ... if someone want modified iGO 8.3.x... let me know.

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    Version 1.01 in first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dartman_71 View Post
    I use 1 wire usb thermometer and Mitch's MJS Gadgets 1-Wire plugin which is not released to public yet, but you could ask plugin from Mitch via pm if you are interested.
    Here is link to shop where you can purchase 1 wire adapter (USB9097) and sensors separately or 2-10 sensors kits.

    Digital sensors are very accurate, unlike analog crap which vary several degrees.
    ok cool, so I am assuming you have 2 probes attached? or 2 usb units?
    thanks and oh yeh, great skin ;-) will give v2 a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by mos33y View Post
    ok cool, so I am assuming you have 2 probes attached? or 2 usb units?
    thanks and oh yeh, great skin ;-) will give v2 a try
    1 usb unit, 2 probes attached.

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