- Hey everyone, I know that some of you have been running Aprsisce on linux using WINE. Is there a way to do they same thing on Android? Anyone know? I am goingMessage 1 of 35 , Dec 29, 2011View SourceHey everyone,
I know that some of you have been running Aprsisce on linux using WINE. Is there a way to do they same thing on Android? Anyone know? I am going to most likely have to get rid of my Windows phone, and go Android. It is just to bad I may have to go that route. Windows is just getting less and less popular. :( I still want to run Aprsisce, but Android is looking far to much the choice I have to choose :( Any help here would be great!
- Bob, I guess we can agree to disagree. I see (almost) everything I want to see with Aprisce and the log files. So we can agree to disagree. Maybe you can postMessage 35 of 35 , Jan 4, 2012View SourceBob,
I guess we can agree to disagree. I see (almost) everything I want to see with Aprisce and the log files. So we can agree to disagree. Maybe you can post a "Wish list" of exactly what you would like. With all the new features that have been added, I am very pleased. When was the last time you tried the Development release of Aprisce?
--- In email@example.com, "Bob Bruninga" <bruninga@...> wrote:
> > Now why would I want to downgrade from a wonderful graphics
> > display, with GPS, Maps, Icons, etc,etc..... To old school
> > text display? I love Aprisce!
> It's not a downgrade. It's an enhancement. I find that more often than
> not, I am more interested in looking at tabular groupings of APRS data than
> just staring at a map and having to mouse around clicking at 300 or more
> local symbols like turning over rocks looking for crawdads.
> The organization and manipulation of TABULAR data is a very valuable
> capability in addition to a map. I like to look at:
> Stations sorted by distance,
> Stations sorted by callsign
> Stations sorted by symbol (Mobiles or Igates etc
> Stations sorted by type (all the EX or digis etc)
> Radio types
> Comment TEXT
> And any of the other dozens of categories of APRS data.
> Only by seeing all stations of the same dimension at once in tabular format
> can I get the big picture at a glance. Then if I want to see where they are
> distributed, I might go mouse around on the map a bit. I generally cannot
> get a good overall real-time grasp of APRS data on the air by looking at
> maps and clicking at little clouds.
> There are just too many icons not really doing anything. Just sitting
> there. And without the 8 color attributes in the original APRS, I cannot
> even tell by looking without clicking on each one.
> I get my mind's eye grasp of what people are doing at a glance by looking at
> and manipulating rows and columns of data. APRS data was intended to reveal
> everything about what is happening on the air. Not just a one dimensional
> symbol on a map. That is the problem with most follow-on APRS software, it
> focuses on the map instead of the dozens of other dimensions of data.
> I was shocked when APRSISCE, our latest great hope of getting beyond UIview,
> omits such a valuable window on the world of these other APRS fundamental
> > I can use my D7A if I want basic text information.
> That seems strange. To have to carry the power of APRSISCE in hand, and yet
> have to also carry a 14 year old radio just to get an easy tabular look at
> the data because APRSISCE has only a map based GUI.
> Bob, WB4APR