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Old 16-06-2018, 17:50   #1
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Light sector interpretation

Hi,


just looked at Pillar Point / Half Moon Bay / CA in prep for the next OYRA race and noticed that the light sector is inversed: light is in range 355-102, but shown as 102-355


Light (LIGHTS) 37 29.6412 N 122 29.0825 W (Sector angles are True Bearings from Seaward) FL (1) 5s 49.9 ft 9 Nm (102į - 355į) Night light.



Is that a problem in the chart data or the interpretation from OpenCPN?
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Old 16-06-2018, 18:14   #2
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Re: Light sector interpretation

Same as my CM93 1.31 charts running on my old 'burgle brand' software.... so it is the chart rather than OpenCPN.

Are you sure that light is showing white over those dangers? I'm totally unfamiliar with the area...
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