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Old 16-01-2016, 05:02   #781
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

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I can see that Dave updated the pot-file CrowdIn. However, zero strings were added.
I've pushed a pull request with a new potfiles.in and a updated POT file based on the new ini file. Once merged Dave/Pavel can load the new POT-file to Crowdin.
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Old 16-01-2016, 05:17   #782
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I am using Watchdog as anchor alarm at it is working as it is supposed to do. When I create a boundary as exclusion zone close to our boat watchdog gives no alarm. Watchdog is setup to give alarm if the distance gets below 3nm
Taarnskov, can you post a screenhot of the way that alarm is configured? I mean a screenshot of the "Edit Alarm Window", see the example I have attached.
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Old 16-01-2016, 06:44   #783
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

Here are the way i have set it up.
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Old 16-01-2016, 08:01   #784
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

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Here is my result of the same setup in Win10, OD ver 0.4.615 Watchman ver 1.9021
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Old 16-01-2016, 08:47   #785
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

As i read the documentation, it should not be nessesary to put in the guid for the boundry

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Old 16-01-2016, 10:47   #786
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

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As i read the documentation, it should not be nessesary to put in the guid for the boundry

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Taarnskov,

The alarm you have set up is not really an anchor alarm.
A Boundary-Anchor alarm is meant to alarm you when you get outside a specific boundary (and then you have to tell Watchdog the GUID of that specific boundary).

The alarm you have set up is a Boundary-Distance alarm. In your setup it should get triggered when you get nearer than 3 nm from any boundary. In that setting there is indeed no need to insert a Boundary GUID.

If I draw a boundary and set up an alarm exactly the same way you did, it works on my system. The alarm gets triggered as soon as the boat gets nearer than 3 nm from a boundary.

You could try the following:

1. Make sure you are using the latest version of Watchdog pluging (WD). That is version 1.9021.

2. In the Watchdog Configuration Window you could click "disable all alarms" and "OK". Then call up the Watchdog Configuration Window again and click "enable all alarms" and "OK".

3. Make sure the alarm is indeed enabled in the Watchdog Window (is there a black X in the checkbox?) next to "Boundary Distance"?

In the manual for Watchdog the Watchdog Window is shown in picture S-WDpi-06 and the Watchdog Configuration Window is shown in picture S-WDpi-07.

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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

Hakan...

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I've pushed a pull request with a new potfiles.in and a updated POT file based on the new ini file. Once merged Dave/Pavel can load the new POT-file to Crowdin.

Your PR not merged yet. But if you will send me direct the .pot file, I'll post it. That way the translators can get started now.

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Old 16-01-2016, 11:38   #788
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I have le latest from Rgleasons Server. It is setup as can be seen below. The strange thing is that it sais that there is more than 3nm to a boundary. there is only 120 m.

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Old 16-01-2016, 13:51   #789
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Hakan......
Your PR not merged yet. But if you will send me direct the .pot file, I'll post it. That way the translators can get started now.

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Thanks Dave, not sure of your address but here are both OD and Watchdog -pot files.
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Taarnskov, Correct not for the general boundary and I didn't. The alert shows the nearest GUID it found.
For the Anchor and Guard zone you've to enter a GUID though.

re:"The strange thing is that it sais that there is more than 3nm to a boundary. there is only 120 m."
The logic would be that the actual position is more then your limit 3 NM away?
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

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I has happened a lot the latest days both in OD, Watchdog and OCPN that are connected to each others. I may be your OCPN and the plugins need to be updated. If you not build from source it could be worth to await a new OCPN beta release and plugins update. I think a new OCPN RC beta is ready soon.
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Thanks Dave, not sure of your address but here are both OD and Watchdog -pot files.
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Dave!!!
Please - Delete the OD-POT file in my last post. That one was from the present source - Sorry - "fast and failure"

This should be better:

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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

Hakan, and translators...

The .pot of ocpn_draw_pi has been uploaded to crowdin. Lots of new strings just begging for translation.

Dig in...

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I believe I have converted all the ones that will show on the UI. I had not updated the POT file as I had no idea how to do it. I have now modified the cmake to generate the POT file from the lists of sources and includes, so hopefully it will now be complete.

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That might mean that Jon has not converted all Strings into _TranslatableStrings yet...
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Håkan, Dave,
Sorry about this but I have just updated the cmake process to build the POT file (when you want it) from the list of sources and includes (yes there are strings in there as well). No *.in files are generated but the POT is. I have attached it here as it is 1k bigger than the one just uploaded.

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Please - Delete the OD-POT file in my last post. That one was from the present source - Sorry - "fast and failure"

This should be better:

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