Re: [tracker2] Re: Finally some sucess on T2 and Nuvi
I'm not far of finished the messaging section in the manual..
I'll let you know when its done..
- Paul.On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 2:24 PM, ve7pke1 <dave@...> wrote:
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
Thanks for the confirmation.
I believe I am not reading the proper portion of the manual that
describes the messaging features.
I am new to the APRS world and cannot find any documentation other
than the stuff about --send. Is there something I am missing.
I have had another person read over the documentation and they asking
Please point me toward the documents about the messaging features. I
am assuming there is more to the features that just the -callsign.
Is there a quick reply or any other things.
I am really excited about what you can do with the Nuvi and hope to
learn more soon.
Thanks everyone for their help and ecouragment.
> A single dash followed by the callsign is how you should be sending
> messages. As for why --send doesn't work... I'm not really sure. I
> hadn't intended it to be used that way and I don't think I ever
> ve7pke1 wrote:
> > After much messing around and lots of help from Tom VE7DID
> > I have found that using the following format typed in the compose
> > message screen on a Nuvi 350 works.
> > -ve7did-1 hello tom
> > This works.
> > a --send ve7did-1 hello does nothing
> > a
> > -send ve7did-1 hello sends a message to send message of ve7did-1
> > hello
> > so a single dash callsign works
> > nothing else does.
> > Can anyone shed some light on why the manual talks about using the
> > --send callsign
> > Glad to have success but some understanding is always good
> > Dave
> > ve7pke