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Old 21-04-2020, 01:22   #1036
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN (Weather)

Morning, everyone. In the weather tab the logbook logs the temperature and pressure from the phrase NMEA0183 WIMDA.
In the WIMDA frame sent to Ocpn I also have the humidity. But it is not logged in the Konni logbook.

Is an update of the plugin to fill this omission planned?

Thank you all for the work done. and your response.


ps :I'm using Ocpn and the plugin Logbook Konni on Raspberry
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Old 21-04-2020, 02:46   #1037
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN

Hello,


I do not know the terms of the Logbook in Raspberry but there is no objective reason for it to be different from Windows 10 where the humidity is displayed correctly.
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Old 30-07-2020, 04:57   #1038
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN

Test LogbookKonni_pi for Opencpn v5.2 with the new Plugin Manager. It is now available to download as a beta "tarball" and install using the "Import Plugin" plugin..
https://cloudsmith.io/~opencpn/repos...4.11.1*tarball
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Old 30-07-2020, 05:36   #1039
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN

Posted in wrong tread.
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Originally Posted by ajh
Have recently downloaded the plugin for the logbook. Having issues to enter engine hours, fuel and generator hours. What is the process to accomplish this data entry?
Also unable to edit data entered.

I have recently been able to enter engine hours and fuel and save them.
You will have to give more detail about version, OS, how you are using the plugin etc.
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Old 30-07-2020, 17:35   #1040
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN

Better version to Beta Test v1.4.12.0
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Old 30-07-2020, 20:33   #1041
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN

Hi Rick,

As I stated before, the importer on MacOS doesn't work well. I moved Logbook off into it's own folder, so I can select it. It's a pain, but it does indeed import. I overwrote the old "manual" installed version. All seems normal and working as expected with regards to the way I use it. No know issues at this time.

I'd say it's ready for primetime.

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Thanks Steve. I think I make a PR to opencpn master catalog next.
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I have found some "nit-picky" things in Dark Mode. Nothing fuctional, just some cell boarders that are wonky. Works fine, though.
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I have found some "nit-picky" things in Dark Mode. Nothing fuctional, just some cell boarders that are wonky. Works fine, though.
Found something a little bit bigger:

Preferences from inside PIManager in "Dark Mode" (Mac Catalina) needs a bit of attention.
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Steve, I wish I could fix these, perhaps a programming mac user can make a PR fix?
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Re: Logbook Konni for OpenCPN

I've been working on LogbookKonni and have made some improvements for Plugin Manager, however not being an active user I am confused by the need to download "layouts" in the instructions, using "Preference". This goes nowhere and I cannot find

LogbookKonni_Layouts.zip


Also see https://github.com/ptulp/LogbookKonni_pi/issues/24


Perhaps the layouts are unzipped and in place (I hope)?
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Hi Rick,

The layouts are HTML layouts used for generating crew lists, maintenance report, etc. The ones in the zip file are the basic ones and templates. Users with some HTML knowledge can make new ones, I believe is the intent. Installion of these layouts in not a requirement for operation of the plug in. Basically, when the layout is activated, it merges data into an html web page for printing, etc.

When "installing" them, I believe all it does is place them in a specific place for future reference and updates the DB as to their existence.

I'm not sure there's anything you need to worry about there.

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I've been working on LogbookKonni and have made some improvements for Plugin Manager, however not being an active user I am confused by the need to download "layouts" in the instructions, using "Preference". This goes nowhere and I cannot find

LogbookKonni_Layouts.zip


Also see https://github.com/ptulp/LogbookKonni_pi/issues/24


Perhaps the layouts are unzipped and in place (I hope)?
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Confirmed. The installer unzips the file and places them in a specific place. Happened so fast, I had to do it again to confirm:
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Good Steve. Thanks. Will make a PR to bdbcat opencpn/plugins tonight for a bunch.
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