Streets & Trips
first off great like all the others say just gets better and better.
just download new ver. from mirror
i don't seam to have the icon in my gps button in player,i've always been able to switch between gps and art with no problems before and still can ,just don't see the icon.
visu in menu i'll be happy to have it .
hav'nt tested yet but do visu change color to skin automatically,hav'nt installed visu yet after a reboot.
been playing with Autoroute 2007 and getting allthe func's working for touch screen without skin buttons just the player button.
Open the Road Runner Config Utility and click GPS at the top. Ensure that the settings are:
GPS Path:C:\Program Files\iNav\iGuidance\iGuidanceUMPC.exe (Or whereever it is on your system)
GPS Window Name: iGuidance
and on the left "GPS Settings" Make sure its set to "External"
I am betting it is the window name, as if that is off, iGuidance will load it every time you press the GPS button. Here it is, till the next update when it will be with the installer again)
That would be nice IMHO.On another note, does anyone think the availability of a Visu on the main screen would be of any use? I was just toying around here a bit.
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Oh, and as for the Visuals, Milkdrop does not support transparency, so that could be a problem. To make the avs visuals transparent, all you need to do is create a file named "screensavers.ini" in the Road Runner root folder. In that file put the following lines:The line "Default opacity" above is for the level of transparency that you want to use (255 being solid, 0 being inviable). This is a screen capture of the main menu with the transparency set to 75.Code:AvsTransparent=True FadeOnIdle=False SecondsToFade=300 FadeInterval=10 DefaultOpacity=75 MaxOpacity=255
I am going to add a hidden button to the center area on the main menu's to turn it on and off. It will never automatically start, for those that do not want it, but if you do, just tap the center of the screen.
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