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- Mar 6 2016, 5:40 AM (192 w, 4 d)
Great. Now I can't seem to get crashes. Though the HFR is in pixels, not arcsecs.
Tue, Nov 12
Mon, Nov 11
Tested it today with simulators and it's great!! I love it! I think an additional very helpful improvement is to add tooltips for HFR @ Position similar to what we have for guiding pulses.
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Mon, Nov 4
I'm not sure if this should replace the exposure left variable. IMO, it should remain as is and should not be merged with the variable download time which may depend on a number of factors. Then for cases when it is necessary to to show the users the average "download" time _after_ exposure is complete, then we can show this number. Exposure left could be used by any other API and it should remain reliable as is.
Sun, Nov 3
@lancaster What do you think?
Sat, Nov 2
Ok that makes sense. But we only have two states? green and red? I though we also have a "warning zone" as well in the graph?
Great job Rob!
Tue, Oct 29
Unrelated to this PR, but I noticed that both CW and CCW are always active/RED when in INDI control panel, both are off.
Mon, Oct 28
Yes absolutely, the logic is reversed in that manner.
X Axis Selected --> Show all range on Y-Axis starting from zero?
I'm still not sure what "show x axis" means exactly. Feeling pretty stupid now.
Sun, Oct 27
memcpy is safer indeed since you cannot guarantee the blob in multi-threaded situations unless you used mutexes.
Nice work Hy!
Fri, Oct 25
Thu, Oct 24
Thank you for keeping this up to date Christian! It's greatly appreciated.
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Sun, Oct 20
Great, the weather view would surely be the highlight of the next KStars v3.3.7 release!
Fri, Oct 18
Thu, Oct 17
using openweathermap driver.
But shouldn't the buttons display right away with the initial values?
oh wait, they're there now... is there a delay until the first update?
For some reason all the weather buttons are gone now
Wed, Oct 16
Great, I'll merge this. I think one additional improvement for the future is to include the time in the tooltip as well instead of trying to gauge when exactly was this moment in time by looking at the horizontal axis.