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Old 03-05-2017, 16:22   #1216
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Re: Help / FAQ

I have one question regarding the fact that I can not have the time zone
PST or PDT , zone 08:00 to be seen on the tide graph when selected on the chart. It shows UTC -07:00 or -08:00
Is there something Missing in the last version 4.6.1
Appreciate a reply.
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# POINT LOMA (SAN DIEGO)_TWC0405, CALIFORNIA 32d40.1'N 117d14.2'W
# FEET
# CALIFORNIA DATA, TZ+08:00
# (ANALYSIS (on NOAA) Chart Datum)
# !units: feet
# !longitude: -117.23715
# !latitude: 32.66808
POINT LOMA (San Diego), California
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Old 05-05-2017, 04:54   #1217
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Re: Help / FAQ

Thanks for the quick response!
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Old 08-05-2017, 09:04   #1218
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Help / FAQ OPEN CPN As a Slave or as a master with the chart plotter

It will be nice with OPENCPN to behave as a slave or as a Master in front of NMEA connected GPS;

As a Slave:
The user create a waypoint on the GPS and navigate To this wyapoint;
In that case the NMEA sentences that will be send to the GPS will be something like

$GPXTE,A,A,0.0001,L,N,A*02
$GPAPB,A,A,0.0001,L,N,V,V,291.22,T,,291.22,T,,,A*3 4
$GPRMB,A,0.000,L,,Fin,4448.5490,N,00349.8640,W,223 .632,291.2,,V,A*1A
$GPBOD,291.2,T,291.5,M,Fin,*01
$GPBWC,132441,4448.5490,N,00349.8640,W,291.2,T,291 .5,M,223.632,N,Fin,A*3F

It will be nice if OPENCPN could understand this and could activate the waypoint created on the GPS as the Opencpn navigation target.

As a Master
If the user creates a Waypoint on OpenCPN and navigate to this Waypoint, it could be nice if Opencpn could send through NMEA the following sentences
$GPXTE,A,A,0.0001,L,N,A*02
$GPAPB,A,A,0.0001,L,N,V,V,291.22,T,,291.22,T,,,A*3 4
$GPRMB,A,0.000,L,,Fin,4448.5490,N,00349.8640,W,223 .632,291.2,,V,A*1A
$GPBOD,291.2,T,291.5,M,Fin,*01
$GPBWC,132441,4448.5490,N,00349.8640,W,291.2,T,291 .5,M,223.632,N,Fin,A*3F;
or depending on configuration
$ECXTE,A,A,0.0001,L,N,A*02
$ECAPB,A,A,0.0001,L,N,V,V,291.22,T,,291.22,T,,,A*3 4
$ECRMB,A,0.000,L,,Fin,4448.5490,N,00349.8640,W,223 .632,291.2,,V,A*1A
$ECBOD,291.2,T,291.5,M,Fin,*01
$ECBWC,132441,4448.5490,N,00349.8640,W,291.2,T,291 .5,M,223.632,N,Fin,A*3F

for the navigation system to display the navigation information to reach this waypoint.

The slave or master mode could be defined by configuration.



Today it seems that the sentences
XTE,APB,RMB,BOD,BWC are not manged by opencpn

I have raised a feature request in that direction, but maybe it can work and I miss it.
Can someone ccould help?
Best regards
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Old 14-05-2017, 11:54   #1219
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Opencpn errors

I am just starting a cruise from Seattle to Sitka Alaska and using OpenCPN for the first time. On my laptop, running XP, the Night Navigation turned on, without touching, it three times. What is the fix? I really like OpenCPN and I am a twenty year Nobeltec user.
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Old 15-05-2017, 14:12   #1220
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I am just starting a cruise from Seattle to Sitka Alaska and using OpenCPN for the first time. On my laptop, running XP, the Night Navigation turned on, without touching, it three times. What is the fix? I really like OpenCPN and I am a twenty year Nobeltec user.
You might have activated the "Inland ECDIS Version 2.3" in OpenCPN version 4.6.1. This setting is in Options > User Interface. If you have a checkmark at the "Use settings for Inland ECDIS Version 2.3" then the "Dusk" color scheme will be set each time OpenCPN is started. Remove the checkmark to turn this off.

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You might have activated the "Inland ECDIS Version 2.3" in OpenCPN version 4.6.1. This setting is in Options > User Interface. If you have a checkmark at the "Use settings for Inland ECDIS Version 2.3" then the "Dusk" color scheme will be set each time OpenCPN is started. Remove the checkmark to turn this off.

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Paul,
Thank you for the quick reply. I checked the setting you suggested and it was not turned on. But it gave me a path to try.
This was my second cruising day of a trip that is taking my new boat from Seattle to my home in Sitka Alaska. I am running OpenCPN on a laptop with XP on the Flybidge (newer electronics at that station.) At the interior station is a laptop running OpenCPN on a Windows 8 base. The same problem occurred there today.
The program kind of locks up. I can use the F5 and F6 and Shift F6 and it seems to have little effect. Sometimes it comes back, some times it crashes and sometimes I have to shutdown the program.
This 1100 mile trip has some tricky and dangerous navigation. There are many narrows that must be passed through. Today the black screen appeared just as I wad entering Dodd Narrows in British Columbia. It is a short narrows and I hit at slack with good visibility.
What I noticed today was that the program blacks out when I have more than one function running. I had, Course Up, Follow Boat, Tracking, Currents and Tides running. If I dropped Currents and Tides it seemed to behave. But I need to have C&T up so I can decide on which side of an Island to run.
So your suggestion and the seemingly problem of having OpenCPN do to much has lead me to try turning off all Items I don't need. I still have a long way to go and my version of Nobeltec can't read Canadian charts. So any input or suggestions would be great.
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Today I hooked my new Standard Horizon GX2200 radio which has AIS and GPS. I hooked it up to a Brookhouse iMux. I made a connection to my in OpenCPN 4.4 (Win10) to the TCP output of the iMux. I was able to receive AIS signals and see AIS targets on the screen. I have the boat's GPS also connected to the iMux and am getting GPS in OpenCPN. So far so good. Everything is working fine. Then I sent my buddy a DSC position request and this crashed OpenCPN. I tried it a couple more times and each time the request was sent, OpenCPN crashed. So, I upgraded to 4.6 and everything was working. I could see AIS targets and the GPS was working. I sent a position request to my buddy and OpenCPN crashed. It is crashing when I send the request on the radio even if before I get a response. What else would be needed to debug this?

Unhandled exception at 0x017B9479 in opencpn.exe: RangeChecks instrumentation code detected an out of range array access. occurred
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Unhandled exception at 0x017B9479 in opencpn.exe: RangeChecks instrumentation code detected an out of range array access. occurred

If you are running any plugins then try disabling all of them via the options->plugins settings. Close and restart O then see if the crash still happens.

Be sure you are running version 4.6.1 which is the latest.
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If you are running any plugins then try disabling all of them via the options->plugins settings. Close and restart O then see if the crash still happens.

Be sure you are running version 4.6.1 which is the latest.
OK, I disabled all plugins and now I am not getting the crash. Should I re-enable them one by one? We had storms so no one is around to acknowledge my position request. Yesterday I didn't need anyone to acknowledge, OpenCPN crashed when I submitted the request.

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Start by enabling the dashboard plugin by itself.
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Start by enabling the dashboard plugin by itself.
Before I got this, I started enabling the plugins one by one. I would send a position request after enabling each. I enabled them all and no crash. So, I exited OC and then restarted it with all plugins enabled. I sent a position request and no crash. So, I guess I'll keep using OC to see if I have the problem again. Thanks for the help! Let me know if it would be helpful to try something else.

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If you can install the voyage data recorder plugin and record the data involved with a DSC position request and reply it would be helpful. We can use that file to see if there is some underlying buglet.
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If you can install the voyage data recorder plugin and record the data involved with a DSC position request and reply it would be helpful. We can use that file to see if there is some underlying buglet.
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So, I loaded openCPN 4.6 on a Win10 tablet and it now crashes when I do a position request with my Standard Horizon. Here are the recorded sentences. This is from my install on my other Win10 laptop which does not now crash. I haven't loaded any PIs on my tablet. Let me know if there is anything else I can do or if there is anything I'm doing wrong.

Thanks
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$GPRMC,153704.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7D
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,15MoVdP00oJ5H1DGk6f@c@F:082a,0*77
$GPGGA,153705.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*4E
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,14eG=`021wr<K<LH8ja9fWf80UrD,0*13
$GPRMC,153705.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7C
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153706.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,3.0,0000*4C
$GPGSA,A,3,27,09,08,23,07,16,26,30,21,,,,2.0,1.2,1 .6*35
$GPGSV,3,1,11,27,61,092,52,09,56,262,49,08,52,166, 46,23,49,202,51*70
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$GPGSV,3,3,11,21,06,044,36,48,20,241,42,11,03,173, *40
$GPRMC,153706.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7F
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153707.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,4.0,0000*4A
$GPRMC,153707.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7E
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,ENk`t16rh@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@=8fwf<3pU `00003vP000,2*50
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,ENk`t57L@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@=2EW><88c 800003vP000,2*3F
$GPGGA,153708.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,5.0,0000*44
$GPRMC,153708.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*71
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153709.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*42
$GPRMC,153709.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*70
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153710.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*4A
$GPRMC,153710.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*78
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,B,403OtgQv5QgU:r2H3JGljew02D1Q,0*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,B,15MoVdP00nJ5H2NGk73PchDF0@6<,0*4F
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,15MctJ0P1Pr4j7pGl0EWKwvD20Rj,0*65
$GPGGA,153711.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*4B
$GPGSA,A,3,27,09,08,23,07,16,26,30,21,,,,2.0,1.2,1 .6*35
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,ENk`t0nph@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@=8iOG<42S 800003vP000,2*06
$GPGSV,3,1,11,27,61,092,52,09,56,262,49,08,52,166, 46,23,49,202,52*73
$GPGSV,3,2,11,07,41,306,47,16,40,051,47,26,15,062, 48,30,07,296,41*7C
$GPGSV,3,3,11,21,06,044,34,48,20,241,43,11,03,173, *43
$GPRMC,153711.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*79
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,ENk`t4WHpr@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@=2;bi<7P? P00003vP000,2*17
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153712.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*48
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,15MoVdP00nJ5H2nGk7:hc0DJ05rD,0*40
$GPRMC,153712.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7A
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,15Mt:R501br5MK4GihRCURhJ00Rv,0*06
$GPGGA,153713.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*49
$GPRMC,153713.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7B
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153714.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*4E
$GPRMC,153714.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7C
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153715.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,1.0,0000*4C
!AIVDM,2,1,2,A,55MoVdP00001L@7W??P`E@EQ18E=?>22222 22200000005QcS02iC31FDp2D,0*11
!AIVDM,2,2,2,A,k0CQ8888880,2*6F
$GPRMC,153715.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7D
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,ENk`t16rh@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@=8fwf<3pU `00003vP000,2*50
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,15NJW`PP00J4qL2GmMH8w?vP2<1@,0*66
$GPGGA,153716.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*4C
$GPGSA,A,3,27,09,08,23,07,16,26,30,21,,,,2.0,1.2,1 .6*35
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,15MoVdP00oJ5H3TGk7I@b@DR0<1>,0*78
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$GPGSV,3,3,11,21,06,044,35,48,20,241,44,11,03,173, *45
$GPRMC,153716.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7E
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
$GPGGA,153717.000,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,2,09,1. 2,176.1,M,-33.6,M,2.0,0000*4D
$GPRMC,153717.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*7F
$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
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!AIVDM,1,1,,A,14eG=I@01jr4E9NGvLubf`TV0<1:,0*43
$GPRMC,153718.000,A,4139.3124,N,08249.3995,W,0.00, 209.46,030617,,,D*70
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$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,ENk`t5Wa4h@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@=38MO<<L2 000003vP000,2*10
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$GPVTG,209.46,T,,M,0.00,N,0.0,K,D*01
!AIVDM,1,1,,A,852M9miKf7be<T8pDRCW5dn`S3q7qHI?KIbr 2EVSe73;7C>n=@Bn,0*2F
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So, I loaded openCPN 4.6 on a Win10 tablet and it now crashes when I do a position request with my Standard Horizon. Here are the recorded sentences. This is from my install on my other Win10 laptop which does not now crash. I haven't loaded any PIs on my tablet. Let me know if there is anything else I can do or if there is anything I'm doing wrong.

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!AIVDM,1,1,,A,852M9miKf7be<T8pDRCW5dn`S3q7qHI?KIbr 2EVSe73;7C>n=@Bn,0*2F
Well, now the Win10 laptop is crashing again. I'll try unloading the PIs again. And then reload them to see if one of them starts the crash again.

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I am having a problem with knowing if a plugin has been updated on the downloads page. Pavel's page used to have a date and version number. Current downloads dont.
I think some plugins are not current. And there is no notice when they are updated. Somehow we knew by Pavel's posts. What is the process now?
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