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#31
Originally Posted by jdrescher View Post
Strava is not on my todo list. I'm not using it. I wonder if they even have an API?
Of course you can always do it yourself, I will accept pull requests.
Pull Request is ready https://github.com/jdrescher2006/Laufhelden/pull/37
 

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#32
Hi everyone!
Release 0.9.9-1 is out now. This is mainly about fixing bugs. The new map plugin made by rinigus is now working really well.
Except of course on Jolla 1 phones. For these phones there is now a setting to completely disable the map.

Planned improvememts/features for the next release are:
  • decrease loading time of the app. The problem is here that all GPX files are loaded and parsed on app start. This must be avoided.
  • piggz is working on improvements to strava implementation
  • next big thing is cyclic voice announcements
 

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#33
What are the requirements for localized voice announcements? Can I do it?
 

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#34
Originally Posted by eson View Post
What are the requirements for localized voice announcements? Can I do it?
Hi eson, yes you can do it. Look into post #2 of this thread.
Basically all voice files are located in one directory. The filenames should speak for themselves.
For example the file hr_toohigh_en_male.wav. The en stands for english language. If you record this file with a male voice for example for swedish it would be named hr_toohigh_sv_male.wav.
You can then check in your files on github and make a pullrequest. Then I will make your language selectable for voice announcements in the app.
If you don't like to make a pullrequest you can also send the files to me somehow.
 

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#35
Anybody using this with heart rate monitor?

I tried to use Suunto smart sensor. The sensor is found , and connected, but soon after unconnected.
The heart rate is not shown, but the average rate is running wild ( some millions) when heart rate sensor selected to be used.
 

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Originally Posted by feedme View Post
Anybody using this with heart rate monitor?

I tried to use Suunto smart sensor. The sensor is found , and connected, but soon after unconnected.
The heart rate is not shown, but the average rate is running wild ( some millions) when heart rate sensor selected to be used.
Hi, yes I am using a Polar and a Zephyr sensor. Both are Bluetooth classic devices and work very well.
The Suunto smart sensor is a BLE (Bluetooth 4.0) device and as such it does not work with this app. I am trying to get a Xperia X then I can mess around with BLE.
 

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Originally Posted by feedme View Post
Anybody using this with heart rate monitor?

I tried to use Suunto smart sensor. The sensor is found , and connected, but soon after unconnected.
The heart rate is not shown, but the average rate is running wild ( some millions) when heart rate sensor selected to be used.
Im using Zephyr with my Xperia X without any problem which device are you using?
 

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#38
I have xperia X .
Tested also with my JollaC and behaviour is identical.
 

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#39
Originally Posted by jdrescher View Post
If you like to contribute you can record voice files for your language and send them to me or create a pull request on github. At the moment there are files for english and german.

You can find the voice files here.
The filenames should speak for themselves. Currently there are 6 voice files per language but I plan to add more in one of the next releases.
I recorded the files with my Jolla 1 phone and saved them as WAV. On Ubuntu I use Audacity to edit and cut the files.

Personally I really like female voices, maybe you own one or have "access" to one of those
I am in the process of recording a set for spanish.
Maybe I can convince my girlfriend to record the female version.

I hope to upload spanish male this week.
 

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