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    Cool Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Source:

    Installation
    Just extract the package, extract the "cab"-file in it and throw the file and the two directories in it onto your TT, root (topmost) directory. If there are only files in the "cab", you're using the wrong unpacker, try WinZIP, WinRAR or WinACE. It is not compatible with TTMPlayer and will not work from scratch with ExecutionHelper, Timesync and Daylight. (You'd need to install Height, rename ttn to ttn.old and re-install ExecutionHelper) Height is shown only on the navigation screen, geoidal separation and position on screen are customizable via config-file, and it supports imperial units.

    Configuration
    When the program is correctly configured, it should only show the altimeter on the navigation screen. If you come to the navigation screen and the only thing you see is a number with one to five digits without a unit, then that is not your height but that screens "id". Remember that id, change to day- or night-mode (whereever you weren't), and remember that number as well. Then connect your TT to your computer and modify the height.cfg in the Height-directory: Change the number behind the "d" and the "n" to the values you got in day- and night-mode. After disconnecting and starting the TT, you should have a unit behind the number in the navigation-screen, that's the height. And it should only be visible on the navigation-screen.

    Uninstall
    Delete file "height.so" in directory "ttninit/wrapper" on your TomTom.

    Have a nice day H@GEN
    Last edited by hagenl; 3rd November 2012 at 08:29. Reason: megaupload link was dead
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    Hamish is offline Command Sergeant Major
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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Any relation to Joghurts height 17.zip?

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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Hum... i might be a little slow, but it would be nice to have a better explaination...

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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamish View Post
    Any relation to Joghurts height 17.zip?
    Yes it is, the source link that i have put in the post bring you to the Joghurt GPS-site were you can have more infos.

    Have a nice day H@GEN

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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Kind of old thread. Being an aviator, I think I'll try and load it up and see if it still works.

    Cheers

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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Is Height working with NC 9.510? I have TT930T. Thanks!

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    Hamish is offline Command Sergeant Major
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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Yes it is.

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    Re: Best altimeter run on all TomTom PNAs

    Thanks a great addition.
    For the benefit of others who, like me, didn't read all the instructions when the automatic installer worked so well; you can change the units and more in the config file in the height folder.
    Thanks again.
    Dave
    Last edited by 747skipper; 30th May 2013 at 17:38.

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