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TrafficCamNZ Desktop News

I was contacted by ‘Chris’ a couple of days ago advising that TrafficCamNZ Desktop for Mac was crashing on startup for him. Suspecting a data corruption issue I got Chris to send me the data files for the application so that I could diagnose the fault and develop a fix. 219 more words

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TrafficCamNZ - Updates

Both the iPhone/iPad and desktop versions of TrafficCamNZ have received some updates.

TrafficCamNZ (iPhone/iPad) – version 1.6.10 brings the following updates and new features
* Images are displayed on an extenal screen if one is connected – With an iPhone 4S, or iPad 2 when using video mirroring via AirPlay – images are displayed full screen on secondary screen (i.e. 307 more words

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TrafficCamNZ - new update soon

With the most recent release of TrafficCamNZ there were some significant new features based on your location and the location of cameras around you. There are now three modes of operating: 338 more words

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TrafficCamNZ - Massive Camera update

With special thanks to a US resident, I’m pleased to release a camera file update for TrafficCamNZ. This update adds over 2000 new cameras for the USA with Las Vegas Nevada and a small area in Florida getting GPS positions for their cameras. 394 more words

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TrafficCamNZ - Latest updates - V 1.3.2

Version 1.3.2 of TrafficCamNZ has been submitted to the Apple App Store for approval and release.This release contains an important fix and more new enhancements: 305 more words

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TrafficCamNZ - New features coming soon

I was inspired recently when I received a very encouraging e-mail from Chris. His e-mail has already resulted in a new release (out now) that allows you to assign a TAG number to images so that they can be sequenced on the main viewing screen. 314 more words

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TrafficCamNZ - New Features

Approved this week was a new version of TrafficCamNZ. This version allows you to “tag” a camera with a number (any number). Then as images are presented on the main screen, they are presented in your numbering order. 161 more words

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