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This is a discussion on Time Baby V7 - Heart Rate Monitor (Preview) within the PSP Development Forum forums, part of the PSP Development, Hacks, and Homebrew category; Hi Guys, Below are some Time Baby V7 sneak preview videos. To be released soon :) Part 1 - Time ...
The grin on my face is huge.
Nice sig!:) And nice app
Lol nice, your sig makes me lol.
That looks pretty good, and very neat.
Though I think it's a bit annoying to get the speech every time. What sort of condition are you using for it to know that it has/n't say the number of heart beats?
Well I just hope it never says something like "ONE" or "ZERO", 'cause you'll not be able to listen to it :Jump:
Wel done mate!
Time baby looks good except I just think it needs new GFX for the clock.
Is it possible to oload your own music as alarm clock , because that sound makes me craze
Yes, but it needs some ironing and further work, but it does have cooleyes' media
engine mp3 player. No browser yet, and there's a problem I've not yet found
that prevents playing more than one song in a single session. Ok for an alarm though.
For the first few examples, it announces on any significant change.Though I think it's a bit annoying to get the speech every time. What sort of condition are you using for it to know that it has/n't say the number of heart beats?
You sometimes hear the same rate repeated because there was a different reading
while the first reading was being spoken (not a bug, it doesn't stop working when it's talking).
Problem is, the Human heart rate is only regular when you're not very active,
as soon as you get up, it jumps all over the place.
The last few examples are as the app is now, it just announces heart rate
every ten seconds reguardless of change.
Yes, it says "zero" every ten seconds if the sensor is not plugged in!Well I just hope it never says something like "ONE" or "ZERO", 'cause you'll not be able to listen to it
I left it there so you'd know there is a problem with a connection if you hear it.
Yeah, that poor fella, I tried to tell him...Lol nice, your sig makes me lol.
just would like to say...choice program.. loved it since the first release... also i've plugged my holux gpslim 240, although it didn't display or say successful, the clock adjusted back to the correct time, after i forwarded my time a few hrs.. something at the bottom flashed
so i guess it worked... thanks again matie... keep up the good work
Lucky because I'm not aware that it worked with Hollux recievers.
It sounds like it was waiting for a position fix, and adjusted when that happened.
I deliberately made the routine ignore sentences that did not report a valid fix
because the GPS doesn't update it's own time until that happens.