Those instructions don't actually mention that "Warn only when on route" tickbox specifically, but it appears just after you set the warning distance for each camera type and speed.
You need tick or untick that box individually for EACH one.
You'll probably feel it is a really long-winded task to set up all the warnings the first time. Unfortunately that's TomTom's fault, they never came up with a way to do it all at once with a configuration file.
But you SHOULD only have to do all that setting up once... when you update the camera database each week all your setting should remain intact. _________________ "Settling in nicely" ;-)
Thank you. I have it all set up now with the separate warnings for each camera type and speed limit.
I didn't set warnings for mobile or Pmobile, and for the time being set it to warn when not on route for all fixed camera types as i have just decommissioned my origin B2 after 8 years and feel I need full time warnings.
The flip side as I remember to this was that you could set a silent voice for always setting a route you are familiar with, this gave you the camera audio alerts but didn't tell you which way to go..is this still the way to go?
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