He Sven, I figured that trick out myself and it works like a breeze. I'm pretty sure that the android\data\cc.coldbeer.scubalog\files folder is always there as long as Scubalog is installed.
I've said it before, but once more: Diving log rocks!
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- Wed Nov 07, 2012 20:05
- Forum: Android, iPhone & iPad
- Topic: New Android SCUBALog export
- Replies: 6
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Hi Sven. Thnx for adding support for Android Scubalog. I've just bought the new app and tried to import the dives from diving log. The scubalog.db ended up in the wrong folder. I've have also Dive Log on my android and the export ended up the the divelog folder, which is the folder used by Dive Log?...
- Mon Jun 06, 2011 18:23
- Forum: General
- Topic: Coordinates disappear if I save divespot
- Replies: 1
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Let me start by saying that this program really rocks! In fact it was so good that I felt obliged to buy it :angelic: But I have a small problem. If I create a new divesite and I enter the coordinates and I save them, the last entered coordinate simply disappear. I can work around this by clicking a...