3564Re: [tracker2] Newbie Questions
- Apr 23, 2008Sounds like a lot of flexibility. I'm placing my order today.
BrentOn Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 9:58 AM, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
All of those commands act on the non-volatile configuration memory, so
they'll all persist across resets. Console commands, over-the-air
messages, and FMI messages are all handled by exactly the same processor
- there are some restrictions to keep the remote and FMI commands from
doing anything potentially harmful like entering calibrate mode and
getting stuck there.
Steven Palm wrote:
> On Apr 23, 2008, at 12:50 AM, Joe Krout wrote:
> > A couple of things that will help with waypoint management.
> I know the Nüvi 350 is EOL, so they aren't going to put much into
> development for it, but...
> Even if they allowed you to organize your waypoints/favorites into
> groups, then perhaps you could store "personal" locations into a
> folder, and have the tracker plot waypoints into another one and
> delete the folder in one pass without affecting your personal
> waypoints. I know the Mio C310x I picked up for my wife does this and
> works well (well, for waypoint management, it doesn't support waypoint
> plotting from the tracker2 :)
> > Use the --MAXRANGE command to limit distance to plot stations around
> > you.
> Great idea, thanks! Does this setting survive power cycles? I'm a
> little fuzzy on the interaction between OTA commands, console commands
> and settings in the config program.
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