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  1. #121
    Low Bitrate happpyg's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugger View Post
    Hi All

    From the poll question I put up a while ago, we have 5 people following this thread and actually using OziEmbedded. I was hopefull that there may have been more.

    Anyway, development will continue as Rod and I am working on it to make our own systems better and we will continue to release versions as they come about.
    I have been quietly watching Bugger and am impressed with all the good work!
    Credits to all those involved. I have my system to a stage that I am happy with - for now - but still watching this with interest.

    Cheers
    Aaron
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    10.2" Xenarc/ Netgear USB Wireless
    M2-ATX/RadioShark
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    http://www.happyg.mine.nu/carpc/index.html

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    Bugger
    I think that a problem will not be limited to only these two scripts. I have OS Window XP the Russian version also. And all system windows will have other title.

  3. #123
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    SSan
    True indeed... It could be a problem...

    We had to use the window title to grab the window in a few cases as OziExplorer doesn't stick to normal practices in terms of window class and association within the program. Normally it would be possible to use things such as class name instead.

    Happyg
    It's good to see you're still around the traps... Have you posted your PC details in the ausie thread Rod mentioned somewhere earlier in this thread?
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  4. #124
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugger View Post
    SSan


    Happyg
    It's good to see you're still around the traps... Have you posted your PC details in the ausie thread Rod mentioned somewhere earlier in this thread?
    Yeah still lurking when time allows

    No I haven't posted my details but will do now, haven't had time to follow the entire thread but will go back through & find the link.

    Cheers
    Aaron
    Semperon 3200+/512MB/ Seagate SATA2 120GB
    10.2" Xenarc/ Netgear USB Wireless
    M2-ATX/RadioShark
    BU-353 GPS Receiver

    http://www.happyg.mine.nu/carpc/index.html

  5. #125
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    Bugger
    With large labour found the name of window “Maps available for this Position” For me he can be opened only through “F1...F12”. You wrote nothing as necessary to appoint button F7...F10. Whether these buttons are used for Oziembeddedv1.0?

  6. #126
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    Hi guys, been back from NZ for about 3 weeks now and have done a bit more installation work. I have updated my worklog, so follow the link in my signature to see wher I am at. I'll try and get back to looking at OziExplorer in a few weeks to see if we can refine this.

    SSan, In OziExplorer under the file menu, you can define actions to a function key. We provided a few for you to define in OzieExplorer that can be called from within Skinbedder.

    We reserved a few of the higher numbers as some functions we might have wanted to use could not be accessed from a menu. However, I don't think Bugger used any of the higher function keys in this way in the end.
    RodW
    2007 Toyota Hilux with a CarPC..

    Worklog: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/work...ota-hilux.html
    OziExplorer GPS Embedded in RR: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/sb-s...iexplorer.html

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    Hi SSan. Sorry I didn't reply... I must have missed the notification email...

    Hi Rod. Good to hear you're back. Hope you had a good trip.
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    TD42 (go the Diesel!) NEW: Now with DTS Turbo - woot!!!
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    Hi Rod, BUGGER!
    I am glad again to hear you!
    In connection coming for us in winter, I took off CARPC from a car. Apparently I will set anew WINDOWS and all other.

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    Hi guys,

    Im following this thread from the othr side of the world with a big interesting!!!! Im a Oziexplore fun despite we have a brazilian software which does almost the same (you can find it here http://www.gpstm.com/index.php) and the best: it is free!
    But, I personally prefer to use ozi for offroading.
    Im not tryed the SB yet but, you play with it soon and post if it was ok here.
    (forgive about my english, please)

    Keep the good work guys and if I can help in something I have skills, let me know.

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    i know this is a older thread but i just had too post up ive been outta the mp3car game for a while but this is sweet im actually running it in centrafuse and its awesome makes it usable so great work guys
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