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Where Am I V 1.2

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URL: http://wfmh.org.pl/carlos/

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Where Am I? (or WAI? for short) is a small application that interfaces your Bluetooth GPS receiver with map software (recently with Google Maps Mobile - GMM). What it recently does is query GPS about your current location and then tells GMM to show that position on the map.
Requirements

- Palm compatible device with Bluetooth stack (tested on Treos and T|E)
- Palm OS 5 (shall work on Palm OS 4 too, but GMM may not I'm afraid)
- Bluetooth enabled GPS receiver (NMEA compliant, but mostly any of recently available receivers support NMEA)
- Google Maps Mobile (http://maps.google.com/gmm) installed in main memory (WAI? will not be able to show your position on a map with GMM stored on SD card and/or loaded with tools like PowerRUN.)


Changelog

v1.1

A must-have update for non-Treo users!
Fixed problem with non-Treos, that used to have problems while switching to GMM due to locked serial connection (which caused GPRS connection to fail).
Latitude and Longitude fields were swapped
Added "Quit", "Get my Coords" and "Show on Map" menu items
Added "Check for upgrade" funcionality (requires internet connection)

Updated Description:

- A must-have update for non-Treo users! - Fixed problem with non-Treos, that used to have problems while switching to GMM due to locked serial connection (which caused GPRS connection to fail). - Latitude and Longitude fields were swapped - Added "Quit", "Get my Coords" and "Show on Map" menu items - Added "Check for upgrade" funcionality (requires internet connection)

Enjoy!
 
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