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Old 03-13-2006, 11:57 AM
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One difference I have noticed with v27 is that it doesn't mute the audio system when it gives instructions as it did with v26. It roughly halves the audio volume and gives the instruction over the top which seems to work well.

Thanks to everyone at X5World who has made v27 available.
thats a feature of the Bm53/54 radio. you may have found the update reset the navi volume settings. if the navi volume is full it mutes, < full it attenuates.

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Old 03-13-2006, 12:00 PM
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That may well depend on the type of Radio in your car.
I have a BM24 I think mute is all I will ever get!

PS guys did the upgrade on my Rover at lunch time after first embedding my Rover Logo

Any sign of the official release notes?

Edit Damn CotinaD beat me to it :-)
I had a Lotus MKI Cortina once, back seat caught fire due to a trapped cable :-(
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Old 03-13-2006, 12:08 PM
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That may well depend on the type of Radio in your car.
I have a BM24 I think mute is all I will ever get!

PS guys did the upgrade on my Rover at lunch time after first embedding my Rover Logo

Any sign of the official release notes?

Edit Damn CotinaD beat me to it :-)
I had a Lotus MKI Cortina once, back seat caught fire due to a trapped cable :-(
hey man.. nice..I love the mk1s. Sorry to hear how yours ended up.

I have a Mk4 http://www.bucster.com/cortina/thumbnails.php?album=36

if your interested
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Old 03-13-2006, 12:56 PM
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Nice! I had a Mk4 as a company car years ago used to keep a bag of sand in the boot to keep the back properly weighted down

When I had the MK1 it was long before such new fangled gadgets as Digital Cameras and the Internut were about so I don't have any snaps.

and ICE was just that, I think the heater was an option
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Perspective View Won't Work!!!

i did the upgrade this afternoon following the instructions to the letter then went into the service settings and set perspective to ON but the map did not change to 3d - any ideas.

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Old 03-13-2006, 01:04 PM
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Yep you still need to choose it from the travel direction menu
Once enabled you should now have all three

Pointing north
Direction of Travel
Perspective view

did you try that?
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Old 03-13-2006, 01:09 PM
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Yep you still need to choose it from the travel direction menu
Once enabled you should now have all three

Pointing north
Direction of Travel
Perspective view

did you try that?
where are these options???

the only option in service mode was perspective ON or OFF.

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Old 03-13-2006, 01:16 PM
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where are these options???

the only option in service mode was perspective ON or OFF.

thanks.
found it!!!

works great.

thanks.
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Wow!!!!

Works like a charm on my 2005 X5 3.0d!!! The perspective view is really awesome and the lack of road markings doesnt bother me as I use split screen!!! Thanks X5W, you guys ROCK!
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Great it works

My birdview is functionnal For travelling direction only (but that's what I prefer). What's new in this release?

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