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Old 04-24-2006, 12:05 AM
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: X5world
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terrys8 is on a distinguished road
Arrow Temp displays on Mini Cooper Nav w/ v27

The Nav screen on a Mini (using ver. 27 from X5World) show the temperature (in degrees F for USA installs) in the lower left of the Nav screen.

This would be a nice addition. Any ideas?

While we're on the subject, here is my short list for mods I'd like to see:

-drop the lat/long and replace them with the next upcoming cross street
-add the heading (N, NW NE, S, SE, etc.)...this is available from the emergency screen...it would be great on the main screen.
-for the X3, move the bottom line (time, arrival, etc) to the top of the display so back seat passengers can see the clock
-Move the RDS stuff to the empty black box (without scrolling) and give us the FM frequency on the top.

I've tried getting a 90 day demo disk of the OS used for the system, it's OS-9 from Microware and the computer is a Siemens VDO MIPS processor, but haven't been successful...not that the OS compiler would help...
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