Not to mention that your keyboard layout is inversed! bottom row should be at the top, etc...Originally Posted by RPM_VR4
This OSK think is not going to be as easy as I thought.
Besides needing to embed the "Enter Street Name" window in order to show SKINbuttons on top of it, loading all those SKINbuttons is taking a ton of memory and making it run incedibly slow. I'm going to need Ol33ls help with this one. Sorry guys... I thought all I would need to do is add the SHOW/HIDE code and be done with it.
Ok I spoke a little too soon. It WORKS with 2.1, but it doesn't do anything terribly useful. $10 bounty on making it switch iGuidance 2.1 to full-screen mode and killing the floating toolbar.
Not sure. I don't get Ol33l's Nag Killer code. My latest version just launches the program and then sends Enter which kills the Nag fine for me without having to do all the window handle stuff, but Ol33l said my code didn't always work for him.
You could try dissabling the No GPS Nag as that might be bringing up the menu if your setup doesn't nag you about no GPS (I have never seen that nag even though I have ran iG on 3 different systems without a GPS. I think you only get it if you have the GPS set to an invalid [un-openable] ComPort).
...but you don't need to switch to full-screen with our Nudge code. Anyway, if you want to you can just script the key-presses to do what you want. My new version has a "StartupCommand=" that will send keypresses without having to press a SKINbutton (and if I set "StartupCommand=Enter" that will kill the Nag without having to do any tricky window handle stuff).Originally Posted by ddn
BTW: I am using 2.1 also.
Works for me with 2.1 No need to use full screen mode... just adapt the skin file to nudge the menu portion out of the way.
Is that what you meant/need?
Originally Posted by ddn
This is as much full-screen as I need:
However, this is what I really want to get working...
PS This is not a Photoshop but an actual screen capture from iG.
...and how did you get that "Select Address" window? I've never seen anything like that from iG.
PS: I've been playing with Google Earth today. It supports GPS too. I'd like to SKINbed that! Too bad the GPS version costs money and you need a quick internet connection to use it .