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Old 17-05-2016, 07:02   #76
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Re: OpenCPN Beta test 4.2.1706 Release

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Hi Dave,

Thanks for your respond to the tide issues.

The problem with the time in the harmonics is that it is not only of by one hour but 4 hours. What is the reason.

Best regards,

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I think that you misunderstand the interface. In your picture local time i 1534, and adding the time zone difference 4h, adds up to UTC 1934.
In other words, O shows tide in local time.

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Re: OpenCPN Beta test 4.2.1706 Release

Rooiedirk...

Weather table:
Quick checking here looks OK for a few simple GRIBs.

Please attach the GRIB file you are looking at for comparison.

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Old 17-05-2016, 08:54   #78
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I think that you misunderstand the interface. In your picture local time i 1534, and adding the time zone difference 4h, adds up to UTC 1934.
In other words, O shows tide in local time.

/Thomas
Thomas, It is actually 1 hour out because of the time zone being 4h and not 5h.
Panama time is not in daylight saving time.
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Old 17-05-2016, 13:42   #79
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Ptizef...

I'm pretty sure the trouble with GRIB playback speed and display is related to overlay size. The recent commit from Didier seems to fix that, so I accepted that into github now. It makes sense.

As did-g remarks, the GRIB overlays can become slower with very large grib files. But that is not really the target use for OpenCPN GRIB PlugIn, so probably acceptable.

Let us know how it works on your systems, please.

Thanks
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Dave

The files I tested were not big, but the reasonable size I use regularly during my navigation.That being said, I tested the new code on both my 2 systems. The problem is fixed and I retrieve the 4.2.0 speed performance

many thanks

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Old 18-05-2016, 03:06   #80
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Rooiedirk...

Weather table:
Quick checking here looks OK for a few simple GRIBs.

Please attach the GRIB file you are looking at for comparison.

Thanks
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I was using this one. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-4...ew?usp=sharing
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Re: OpenCPN Beta test 4.2.1706 Release

Baikal, you should VOTE for fs#2074 !!!
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Old 20-05-2016, 15:57   #82
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Ok seen.
The files with a time step each hour, thus local time and UTC could cross 24h/0h were not correctly handled.
A PR has been proposed
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Old 20-05-2016, 22:30   #83
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When I tried to download and install the 4.2.1706 Beta Windows advised me I had a newer version already installed.
I got the same message when I tried to update my Windows OpenCPN. Is that something that should be fixed or should I just go ahead and install the new beta version as a downgrade (instead of an upgrade) and forget about the message?

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Re: OpenCPN Beta test 4.2.1706 Release

I'd like to show you how current is being displayed. The arrows are "hard to read". Difficult to see to which direction they are pointing.
I upgraded to version 4.2.1706 on W10, I used grib2 from ftp://ftp.bsh.de/Stroemungsvorhersagen/grib2/


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Dave

Regarding using the zoom slow my PC.

Since I was the only one to have problems, there was a local cause to my PC. I have been cleaning cards loaded folders and card groups. And miraculously the problem disappeared. I can not reproduce it. However, it could be that it is related to the disappearance "unexplained", on the PC, a virtual disk on which I had charts of VisitMyharbour.

Sorry to have disturb you with this.
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I'd like to show you how current is being displayed. The arrows are "hard to read". Difficult to see to which direction they are pointing.
You could have a look at the settings
( button "settings" / tab "data"/ data type "current")
you have three possibilities for the direction arrows :
- Single, Double, Proportional
and for each two sizes : small & Default
May be among theses choices, you could find something satisfying

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You could have a look at the settings
( button "settings" / tab "data"/ data type "current")
you have three possibilities for the direction arrows :
- Single, Double, Proportional
and for each two sizes : small & Default
May be among theses choices, you could find something satisfying

Jean Pierre
That did the job.
Thanks.
Should have found that out myself, shouldn't I.
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