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  • joejonsme
    Jul 20, 2018

    Hello, I use the real time tracker to transfer my tours in the alps when I am alone. My hopes are that this woud improve the localization of my position if I am in trouble. But I have the following problems: 1. sometimes it happens that my smartphone resets and I don't realize it. So Android reboots and the real time tracker don't start again. Ok, I could activate automatic start of the app. But this would start it every time I switch off/on my smartphone even if I am not on tour. It would be nice to have an option for automatic start of the app only if it has been activated before restart. 2. It often happens that mobile net receiption interrupts in the alps. So the sync size of real time tracker grows. But if I detect a position where receiption is present I found no way to force the app to retry sending the track points to the internet at once. My workaround is to stop/start the tracking and wait until gps fix is found an all is sent. It would be nice to if there is a way to trigger the app to send its outstanding messages at once. Any help will be apprecited. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: https://www.greenalp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=308 3D Animation Agency Thank you.
  • joejonsme
    Oct 17

    Hello, Many times in the forums I have seen people asking for a real time clock based on the internal timers of the PIC. Several implementations of the version supplied by Neutone can be found in the discussion forum but not here in the code forum so I decided to add a new topic. I like this algorithm because it is very accurate (zero drift) even when your clock frequency is not a multiple of 256Hz. Most algorithms configure the timer to generate an interrupt every 100ms, and then count the number of times the interrupt occurs. The problem in that approach is that with nice round clock frequencies like 16MHz you can't get an exact 100ms and the small error will count up to an error of several seconds a day. The algorithm presented here doesn't count the number of interrupts but counts the number of clock cycles which makes it very accurate in the long run. Any help will be apprecited. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: https://www.ccsinfo.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=26177 3D Product Video Animation Services Thank you.
  • joejonsme
    Jul 20, 2018

    Hello, I commented on your youtube site.....I have a membership site on wix. Wix's membership app does not allow you to set up paid memberships. The workaround is to use a paypal button, but then you have to manually approve accounts. The reason you have to manually approve accounts is that Wix's pop-up box for members includes both a log-in option and a sign-up option. So if you don't manually approve accounts, you have people creating accounts without paying. If wix would create a separate box for log-in and and another box for sign-up, it would resolve the issue. But they aren't very customer friendly. I am tired of manually approving accounts every day. I am looking for someone who can somehow create a way to have a separate option for log-in and sign-up. you can view the current setup by going to my website and clicking on the "login" tab. Any help will be apprecited. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: http://board.ripads.net/viewtopic.php?t=8 Product Video Studio Thank you.