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Old 28-05-2014, 00:56   #166
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It was relatively straightforward (one define needed to be added to CMakeLists.txt to fix some obscure wcsstr string errors)
Any tips? I had a first stab at putting together a build environment to test my changes on 10.9 last night and ran into similar sounding errors. Might well be my 3.0.0 wx build (it was late, didn't look too closely...).

I'm relatively new to both Mac and wxWidgets.
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Old 28-05-2014, 01:12   #167
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yes, was using wx 3.0.0, but I forget the flag we used. With any luck I can post tomorrow.
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Old 28-05-2014, 01:19   #168
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3.3.1715 assembly problems with chart Quilting
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I suspect this is because of the OCPNRegion change. Which charts? What lat/lon?
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I suspect this is because of the OCPNRegion change. Which charts? What lat/lon?
ENC S-57 ed3.1
Lake Baikal Russia
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ENC S-57 ed3.1
Lake Baikal Russia
I have the USA enc charts.. where can I download the russian ones?
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I have the USA enc charts.. where can I download the russian ones?
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Old 28-05-2014, 10:27   #172
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The way a dashed line is drawn between light sectors, seems flawed.
sector-d.png
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.
Fixed in github now.

Last call, Beta coming!

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I checked again with today’s git code.
It looks like this

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Name:	3.3.1715+.png
Views:	46
Size:	17.8 KB
ID:	82026

compared to 3.3.1712, that looks like this

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Size:	14.9 KB
ID:	82027

Still not quite right....

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Thomas...
Is your tree really up to date? I see it fixed.

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Is your tree really up to date? I see it fixed.

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Thanks. I checked again. The tree is all-right, but I probably had a stale bg instance running somehow. Accessing the binary directly instead of via a graphic shortcut set things right.
Sorry for the false alarm

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The ChartSymbol texture is not loaded on start-up. The texture is available only after changing the color scheme.

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The ChartSymbol texture is not loaded on start-up. The texture is available only after changing the color scheme.

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Your latest commit did not fix this problem. I have been testing this in the debugger.
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Chuck...

Texture symbols should be OK now in github. Problem was in Windows OpenGL canvas sequencing, somewhat different than linux.

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I noticed the following in chart1.cpp:

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    //  French language locale is assumed to include the AZERTY keyboard                            
    //  This applies to either the system language, or to OpenCPN language selection                
    if( loc_lang_canonical == _T("fr_FR") ) g_b_assume_azerty = true;
    if( def_lang_canonical == _T("fr_FR") ) g_b_assume_azerty = true;
I think this explains a lot of problems reported by french users related to keys. Is it actually safe/correct to make this assumption? I think there must be times when french users have a qwerty keyboard.
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Re: Sean's Optimum Branch Merge

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I noticed the following in chart1.cpp:

I think this explains a lot of problems reported by french users related to keys. Is it actually safe/correct to make this assumption? I think there must be times when french users have a qwerty keyboard.
- Any laptop bought in France will have an Azerty keyboard and a French version of Windows...
- Plug and play separate keyboards would also be Azerty.
- I have not the faintest idea what happens if you plug a qwerty keyboard
- You can map an Azerty keyboard to qwerty using the ' country or region settings > keyboard and language' (or a keyboard shortcut) that is have the a key "prints" q, but that's a nuisance...

- I mainly use French locale for O, although I often switch to US English when testing O in order to be able to take screenshots, but the keyboard is obviously still azerty.
- There must be a way to access some W parameter that tells which kind of keyboard is used
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IMHO the program should not make any assumption about the keyboard used.

There are endless variants - or: there is nothing like a "standard keyboard".

We are having here Spanish, English and German kbd's at hand for example.
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