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Old 20-05-2014, 06:41   #136
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

Thanks Håkan, forgot.
Isn't there some toggle like "W" to lock/unlock? or perhaps Ctrl+W?
We were discussing shortcuts and tablets earlier...with no real roadmap done yet
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Old 20-05-2014, 06:48   #137
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

Note: It appears Sean's Optimum and Opencpn Beta are both 3.3.1715 now.
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Old 20-05-2014, 11:20   #138
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3.3.1715 last git (today) compiled OK in vc++ / vista

- many warnings ( mainly double truncated to float )

first quick tests :
-smooth zoom with cm93 now available but unusable :
A small mouse rotation to zoom in leads to 100% zoom in
the same when rotates to zoom out
Works well with buttons.
Don't work at all with keys + / -

when smooth zooming deactivated, small step zoom has disappeared

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Old 20-05-2014, 19:50   #139
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

Win32 Beta 3.3.1713
-Right mouse click, Navigate to here and move it (how is this done?)
-Double click on waypoint to bring up Waypoint Properties,
-With Waypoint Properties open, the waypoint can be dragged.
-Let go Wp and message and Opencpn closes..
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Old 20-05-2014, 21:39   #140
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

rgleason...

Your bug fixed in github now.

Caused by: temporary route created in "navigate to" is tagged as "delete-on-arrival". The route "auto-arrived" as you moved it about. As directed, the route was then deleted, and so you were then left dragging a deleted waypoint. Certain death.

Bug has been there forever. Never seen before.

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3.3.1715 last git (today) compiled OK in vc++ / vista

- many warnings ( mainly double truncated to float )
There were already many warnings before, or these are new ones?
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first quick tests :
-smooth zoom with cm93 now available but unusable :
A small mouse rotation to zoom in leads to 100% zoom in
the same when rotates to zoom out
Works well with buttons.
Don't work at all with keys + / -

when smooth zooming deactivated, small step zoom has disappeared

JP
Does the mouse wheel zoom too fast? Can we just slow it down?

What do you mean don't work at all with keys + and -? Does it not zoom at all or do something else?

Does smooth panning work with the arrow keys?

So when smooth zooming is deactivated, you mean holding ALT and zooming is not a smaller step? Or are you using control? It was changed to alt because panning used alt.
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Old 21-05-2014, 03:18   #142
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

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What do you mean don't work at all with keys + and -? Does it not zoom at all or do something else?


(on my French keyboard) with smooth panning on, the + / - keys will zoom to infinity, as with the mouse wheel. Then the +/- zoom sytem hangs...
(alternative = for + (as "+" means using the shift key on a French keybord)


Does smooth panning work with the arrow keys?
Smooth panning does nor work with the arrow key (up / down / left / right chart displacement). You have to use page up / down, with rather large steps

So when smooth zooming is deactivated, you mean holding ALT and zooming is not a smaller step? Or are you using control? It was changed to alt because panning used alt.

ALT + (or ALT =) / - , as well as ALT Page up/down, will zoom in small steps
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Old 22-05-2014, 02:54   #143
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There were already many warnings before, or these are new ones?
Yes these are completely new for me

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Does the mouse wheel zoom too fast? Can we just slow it down?
Not too fast. It's smooth and correct but impossible to be controled.
A small rotation in a sens and it smoothly goes to maximum zoom. A small rotation in the other sens and it goes back to maximum in the other sens. Never stopped before maximum zoom in or out.

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What do you mean don't work at all with keys + and -? Does it not zoom at all or do something else?
Sorry forget this. Keys "+" and "-" work well ... except with ALT ( annoying "bip" on the loudspeaker)

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Does smooth panning work with the arrow keys?
Yes arrow keys work for panning. But only those of the main panel, not the numeric panel ones.
Just a strange behavior when panning to the north or south more than 80° . the interval between grids decreases .
For example you have 1° at 80°, you continue panning to the north the interval become 30', then 15' ... and panning almost never ends.

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So when smooth zooming is deactivated, you mean holding ALT and zooming is not a smaller step? Or are you using control? It was changed to alt because panning used alt.
Ok Acknowledged . ALT instead of CTRL works well
but when used with keys "+" and "-" it creates a "bip" alarm on my loudspeaker.

Another remark : The Grid label are not good : example "60°"
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Sorry forget this. Keys "+" and "-" work well ... except with ALT ( annoying "bip" on the loudspeaker)
After more tests :
I have a French keyboard with a numeric panel
the Keys "+" and "-" on the numeric panel work perfectly except a "bip" when used with ALT as mentioned above
but
the keys "+" and "-" on the main panel do not work correctly !
if zoom is maximum, they have no effect (may be the system hangs )
if zoom is "normal" they react as the mouse wheel : Zoom goes to maximum
using Shift change nothing

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Yes these are completely new for me



Not too fast. It's smooth and correct but impossible to be controled.
A small rotation in a sens and it smoothly goes to maximum zoom. A small rotation in the other sens and it goes back to maximum in the other sens. Never stopped before maximum zoom in or out.
Somehow the timer to stop zooming is not being triggered correctly. I have simplified the logic for a new commit. Hopefully this fixed it.

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Sorry forget this. Keys "+" and "-" work well ... except with ALT ( annoying "bip" on the loudspeaker)

Ok Acknowledged . ALT instead of CTRL works well
but when used with keys "+" and "-" it creates a "bip" alarm on my loudspeaker.
Most users prefer using a single key either ALT or CONTROL for slow panning/zooming. This is the only reported case where ALT causes an issue, maybe it's your specific hardware? So maybe CONTROL is better for you. We could change it, but then I fear someone else would have a different issue with CONTROL. Maybe we can make this a configurable option. Other suggestions?
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Yes arrow keys work for panning. But only those of the main panel, not the numeric panel ones.
I don't think the numeric panel ones ever worked for panning.
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Just a strange behavior when panning to the north or south more than 80° . the interval between grids decreases .
For example you have 1° at 80°, you continue panning to the north the interval become 30', then 15' ... and panning almost never ends.
This has always been the case, and is because on mercator charts you will find that the pole (90 degrees) is actually at infinity and you can never reach it.

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Another remark : The Grid label are not good : example "60°"
Hmm... I think this is because of support for the degree symbol in TexFont.cpp. There must be an alternate unicode code for this symbol.
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After more tests :
I have a French keyboard with a numeric panel
the Keys "+" and "-" on the numeric panel work perfectly except a "bip" when used with ALT as mentioned above
but
the keys "+" and "-" on the main panel do not work correctly !
if zoom is maximum, they have no effect (may be the system hangs )
if zoom is "normal" they react as the mouse wheel : Zoom goes to maximum
using Shift change nothing

JP
I fixed this now, wait for merge.
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OK Thanks for your answer. waiting for the next merge ...
For the CTRL vs ALT :
I don't know what's the problem with CTRL on some hardware, but it works fine on my keyboard.
The problem with ALT is specific of the keys of the numeric panel, so using ALT would means not using this panel ... not very friendly...
May be a configurable solution would be better ?

If it could help, the degree symbol used elsewhere in the code is "\u00B0"

Ok for infinite panning, I didn't notice yet ...
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Hello testers...

We are just about ready to close this thread and release a new official Beta with the OpenGL optimum branch fully merged.

So, here is a last call. In an attempt to shortcut the Beta bug report process, any simple, or not so simple, issues with the current github master may be reported here, now. With luck they will be included in the next Beta due out in a few days.

Bring on the bugs. We have our crash helmets on.

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Old 24-05-2014, 10:29   #148
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The way a dashed line is drawn between light sectors, seems flawed.
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A dashed line is drawn for each bearing defining a sector. When there are contiguous sectors this leads to a double dashed line, where one sector ends and the next starts. This is clearly visible in the picture. This was not present before the merge.

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Old 24-05-2014, 13:59   #149
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

we tried to build on our A20 armhf system using sbfreddie's script
resulting in:

Code:
Configuring with Cmake.....
OpenCPN cmake configure failed.....
more information on errors refer to the log file in the build directory.
error in log says:
Code:
Parse error.  Expected a command name, got unquoted argument with text "<<<<<<<".
-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!
CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
/root/GitOpenCPN/OpenCPN/CMakeLists.txt:204:
Parse error.  Expected a command name, got unquoted argument with text "<<<<<<<".
-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!
that is here:

Code:
<<<<<<< HEAD
  ADD_DEFINITIONS( " -g -fno-strict-aliasing")

  # if profiling
=======
  ADD_DEFINITIONS( " -g -O0 -fno-strict-aliasing")

  # profiling with gprof
#    ADD_DEFINITIONS( -pg )
#    SET(CMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS -pg)
  # profiling with gcov
>>>>>>> 6832219f93aede70ab24d61436398246a3b84bd9
#    ADD_DEFINITIONS( "-fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage" )
#    SET(EXTRA_LIBS ${EXTRA_LIBS} "gcov")
ENDIF(NOT WIN32 AND NOT APPLE)
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bcn...
Your CMakeLists.txt is broken as you can see at https://github.com/OpenCPN/OpenCPN/b...CMakeLists.txt (resulting from a git merge or rebase with unresolved conflicts)
Get a clean tree and you should be fine.

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