AMAP4DS Christophe Andreani dishes out another update for AMAP4DS v2.0. This time around, it comes with major updates that include larger maps, one more zoom level using "thumbnail", centered zooms, variable speed scrolling, and economy mode allowing to close the DS without switching it off. Christ has included a map of the Paris metro, among others, in the past version. But today, AMAP4DS v2.0 includes four new maps for Tokyo Metro (2), Toronto Subway, and Beijing Subway.
AMAP4DS v2.0 also includes new changes on other aspects:
- The debug-mode has been removed for better reliablility - The unused PA_OutputText() functions have been removed - The "A" button does a Zoom "+", the "Y" button does a Zoom "-"
For the meantime, due to DS technical limitations, it is not possible to load your own maps into AMAP4DS.We've heard some of you guys are actually wondering if some maps can be incorporated by Christ in his future updates. Sho'nuff, Christ accepts your suggestions, just e-mail him at email@example.com.
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