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Thread: Pace notes

  1. #31
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    Thanks for confirming.....I've just been through and edited my .json and removed all the Lap bits from each call , hoping that will work and not need me to do them all again ;-)

    I've taken an arbitrary '10' off each note to see if it pulls it back 10metres.

    I noticed the 'notes' aren't in order in my file , in regards to position on track. Is that normal ? Does it matter ? Did i bugger something up ?

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    Just glancing at the code and from what I can see the order is not important, Jim might correct me on this

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    Yeah, ordering isn't important here. The sounds are trigger when you reach the lap distance. I always find that I need to move the triggers back 20 or 30 metres (or more on fast sections). I'd don't think this is a bug - it's just a matter of getting used to it I think

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    thanks guys.......off to do some testing, Maybe an idea for a future tweak ..... Move Pace nots back x metres ? ( would save manually editing the file i guess , but no biggee )

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    i'm kinda reluctant to do this because the app should record the trigger point as the user sets it, and it's up to the user to ensure it's in the right place. I know it's a pain, but after doing a couple of pace notes sets you get a feel for it - you need to be earlier than you think on some messages (ones with descriptive instructions). But for one-word messages like "BRAKE" you wouldn't necessarily want to move the trigger point back

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