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in the <gui ... /> tag in [[Configuring_NavIt#A_deeper_look_at_the_XML_file|navit.xml]].<BR>
 
in the <gui ... /> tag in [[Configuring_NavIt#A_deeper_look_at_the_XML_file|navit.xml]].<BR>
Install librsvg-2-gtk from the [[http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/?name=librsvg-2-gtk&arch=&action=search repo]].<BR>
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Install librsvg-2-gtk. In my case it could be gotton from the [[http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/?name=librsvg-2-gtk&arch=&action=search repo]].<BR>
 
(Re)start navit.<BR>
 
(Re)start navit.<BR>
 
You'll see a screen with the map with more room for the map when compared to the gtk view.<BR>
 
You'll see a screen with the map with more room for the map when compared to the gtk view.<BR>

Revision as of 16:00, 20 June 2008

gui internal

Configuration

Ok, first replace

 type="gtk" 

with

 type="internal" 

in the <gui ... /> tag in navit.xml.
Install librsvg-2-gtk. In my case it could be gotton from the [repo].
(Re)start navit.
You'll see a screen with the map with more room for the map when compared to the gtk view.

Menu

Tick on the screen (I use an ipaq) and the screen switches to a menu.

gui internal menu

The menu has these items:

  1. Actions
  2. Settings
  3. Tools

Actions

Under Actions we find:

Actions menu
  1. Bookmarks
  2. wereldbol
  3. tandwiel
  4. Town
  5. Street
  6. Quit
  7. Abort navigation

Settings

Under Settings we find:

Settings menu
  1. Display
  2. Maps
  3. Vehicle
  4. Rules

Under Display you can switch to a fullscreen map view without bars and change the map layout.

Tools

Under Tools we find:

nothing


Under Display we find:

  1. Layout
  2. window mode


Under Maps we find:

  1. Textfile
  2. Binfile
  3. Route
  4. Route_graph
  5. Navigation


Under Vehicle we find:

  1. User vehicle(s)


Under Rules we find:

  1. Stick to roads
  2. Keep orientation to the north
  3. Map follows vehicle
  4. Attack defenseless civilians