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Old 06-10-2013, 11:45   #61
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Re: OpenCPN Beta Version 3.3.814 Released

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Thanks I put this helpful post in TRACKER
FS#1166 - RM Daily track starts not at midnight with half hours time zone's

but you should really take the time to Register in Tracker, and put your quality comments and code there (particularly when it helps with a bug or feature). It will save us all time!

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Re: OpenCPN Beta Version 3.3.814 Released

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LOL Thanks for sending that file I was just pulling my teeth out!

OK I got the Distress box and point on the map

However you will note on my screen capture my NMEA box is not multi coloured like the ledgend indicates or like in Dave's post. I can live without the colour if its not important.

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Hi Mark, How the hell are ya?

I think that's a windows setting on transparency of windows.
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Old 06-10-2013, 12:43   #63
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Hi folks...

I am looking through some of the emailed Crash Reports, and getting some very useful information on unexpected code paths, leading to crashes. Most are easy to figure out and fix, but some are not.

Here is one that is a puzzle.
There are some crashes that happen when the user deletes a waypoint that is part of a route. It may be part of a route that has only two points, or maybe even an orphan one-point route. Seems that the crash happens when the last point of a route is being deleted. Happens mostly in France, by the screenshots

If this sounds familiar to you, I would like to get more information. Is it a repeatable crash? Any other notable information?

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If a waypoint is deleted that results in a route being deleted while the routemanager dialog is showing routes, the route list is not updated to reflect the deleted route. Selecting the deleted route causes a crash.

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Old 06-10-2013, 15:45   #64
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Re: OpenCPN Beta Version 3.3.814 Released

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Chuck is right.
I found this repeatable scenario.
Create a two point route.
Open the route manager. Mark the route.
Delete one wpt in the route. The route disappears from the screen
The now "deleted" route is still in the Route manager.
Click properties, and you get a crash.
It looks like this in Linux
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Re: OpenCPN Beta Version 3.3.814 Released

Chuck/cagney...

Yep, I see that. Fix coming soon in Beta.

Maybe this solves the puzzle...we will see.

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