Not sure if Wellenvogel still follows this thread, but worth a try.
I have been trying out AvNav for the last week. I currently use OpenCPN
on a headless Raspberry Pi, controlled on an Android tablet via VNC. This works fine, but the (non-touch) VNC interface is far from intuitive.
AvNav has a solution to this problem, so seems worth looking into. So far, I have run into two problems:
-On a smartphone screen
, when viewing a map, most of the buttons on the right side of the screen
ave no symbol on them, they're empty. This does not happen in e.g. the server setting page, only in map view.
-I used to let OpenCPN
semd RMB and RMC to my Nasa GPS
Repeater in the cockpit
(Via SignalK). This works fine. When I want to do the same with AvNav, this works OK for RMB but RMC seems to create a feedback loop somewhere, and I cant find out where. In SignalK I see one delta/s when I let AvNav send RMB only, but when I add RMC, this goes to 200+ instead of 2. Any tips as to how the feedback loop might be avoided?
Apart from this I must say that the interface looks amazing, and it's very intuitive. One of my main reasons for looking into other navigation software
is that I want something that I can explain to a guest or passenger in a few minutes, and in this regard AvNav scores a lot better than the OpenCPN/VNC combi. Many thanks for investing what must be an enormous amount of time in developing this!