T-GPS is a complex application, designed to help you perform various operations with your GPS device, including navigation, route recording and playback. It can also be used to calculate distances between specific waypoints and offers multiple types of maps.
You can add new waypoints manually, by specifying your coordinates and altitude, or have the application use the current GPS position. It is also possible to add multiple alarms that play a custom sound when you have gotten within a specified distance of a certain waypoint.
T-GPS allows you to view tracks on multiple types of two and three-dimensional maps (2D cartesian map, 2D cartesian path, 2D polar map, 3D cartesian map, 3D path map, 3D polar map and 3D flight). These can be moved or rotated and allow you to zoom in or out.
Record and play tracks
The application allows you to record your route and save it, then run it within the application. Tracks can be exported to KML, LOC or GPX files and it is possible to import routes recorded by other users.
The statistics screen allows you to view the current track time, maximum speed and altitude, magnetic variation, as well as total distance covered.
Unintuitive and outdated user interface
T-GPS offers numerous functions, but they are difficult to access and understand. Menus are arranged in a counter-intuitive way and it is often necessary to navigate through multiple ones to access a particular feature.
Additionally, the provided documentation is quite basic and lacks adequate explanations for many of the program’s functions.
All in all, T-GPS is a complex tool that can help you perform various tasks with your GPS device, such as navigating, track recording, waypoint creation and many others. However, while it does offer numerous useful functions, it is drawn back by its interface design and lack of comprehensive documentation.
Graphical interface (Graphical User Interface)
“This is a very good free program. I just made a navigational recording of a trip from the UK to Australia, to help me keep track of how much longer it takes me to drive from A to B by air than it does by land.”
from August 2007 by Lee
“With regards to the maps, they are okay as long as you are not carrying more than 25 pounds of luggage, ie.: phone, camera, etc. However d82f892c90
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Recaps is a small program that brings the old CapsLock key back to life and has it change the language you are typing in, similarly to the Alt-Shift combination you are likely to employ on new laptops and desktops. The application can come in handy for anyone who has or got accustomed to an older PC and that is used to typing a lot and fast using the old-school hotkeys.
This application goes beyond the standard Alt-Shift functionality and allows you to choose which languages you want to switch between using a small tray icon menu. Then again, you should bear in mind that the utility does not install the language packs on your system and you are required to do this task by yourself. To put it simply, it detects the languages set and provides you with a quick and painless way to switch between them.
It is worth mentioning that the tool does not inhibit you to type full texts in capital letters. Therefore, if you need to type with CAPS, then you need to press the Control-CapsLock key combination and you are all set. As you probably hinted, switching back entails pressing the same two buttons simultaneously.
Huge thanks to kamavros for providing the software.
Hello. This software is great but some functions are missing such as changing the user interface language.
Thanks for writing this feedback! I didn’t think this is missing functionality. Do you mean to say that you are not able to change the interface language?
I don’t know if I am able to, I tried but I cannot find where the interface language is stored.
You may try to manually edit the /usr/share/locale/langfiles/pt_BR.utf8 file and add the following line to it. This should change the interface language to Portuguese.
If that doesn’t help, you can try restarting your system and see if it changes the interface language.
@kamavros: thanks for the feedback, I restarted my system and the interface language is now changed.
Great, thanks for the feedback! I’m glad it worked for you.
It seems that changing the interface language is only supported by a system restart, not by