RE: [MaxImDL] Just a simple question about guiding.


Dec 21, 2002

 


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#5121 Dec 21, 2002

A very simple (I hope) question: is it possible make the File Open

window resizable? At present it will only display about 18 files,

which is irritating when I want to select a few dozen to open and

process. In Aip4Win this is possible, in Maxim it isn't (or not on my

version).



If this needs something more than a tweak to an ini file or similar,

could Doug add it to his endless to-do list?



From a typically cloudy London, Happy Christmas to all Maxim users

and thanks to Doug (and others) for all the useful advice and help

given throughout 2002.



Edward



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#5128 Dec 22, 2002

A very simple (I hope) question: is it possible make the File Open

>window resizable? At present it will only display about 18 files,

>which is irritating when I want to select a few dozen to open and

>process. In Aip4Win this is possible, in Maxim it isn't (or not on my

>version).

>

>If this needs something more than a tweak to an ini file or similar,

>could Doug add it to his endless to-do list?

>

>>From a typically cloudy London, Happy Christmas to all Maxim users

>and thanks to Doug (and others) for all the useful advice and help

>given throughout 2002.

>

>Edward

>

Hi Doug,



I am also interested to know that this on your wishlist!



Konstantin



P.S. I wish you a merry Christmas time.



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#5140 Dec 23, 2002

edwardtroup wrote: > A very simple (I hope) question: is it possible make the File Open

> window resizable? At present it will only display about 18 files,

> which is irritating when I want to select a few dozen to open and

> process. In Aip4Win this is possible, in Maxim it isn't (or not on my

> version).

>

> If this needs something more than a tweak to an ini file or similar,

> could Doug add it to his endless to-do list?

>

>>From a typically cloudy London, Happy Christmas to all Maxim users

> and thanks to Doug (and others) for all the useful advice and help

> given throughout 2002.



I suspect it has to do with the customization that we did to the dialog box.

We'd have to look investigate... that function was written six years ago! I've

put it on the "to do" list.



Doug



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#53450 May 29, 2013

This may be a simple question, but, do you have to stop guiding to change the aggressiveness settings or can you change them on the fly while still guiding?



Best,



Don Waid



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#53451 May 30, 2013

Hi

You can change on the fly while guiding.



From MaximDL manual:



"A high aggressiveness value can result in overshoot, particularly if there

is atmospheric turbulence or flutter caused by wind loads. A low value will

result in slow correction. A value between 5 and 9 often provides optimum

tracking. These are "hot" controls, meaning that changes made to them

while the guider is running take effect immediately, unlike the other

controls on this tab which are registered only when Start is clicked "



BR

Vesa







2013/5/30 donwaid don@...>

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>

>

> This may be a simple question, but, do you have to stop guiding to change

> the aggressiveness settings or can you change them on the fly while still

> guiding?

>

> Best,

>

> Don Waid

>

>

>





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#53452 May 30, 2013

Hi

Yes you can change them while guiding.



From help menu of MaximDl:



"A high aggressiveness value can result in overshoot, particularly if there

is atmospheric turbulence or flutter caused by wind loads. A low value will

result in slow correction. A value between 5 and 9 often provides optimum

tracking. These are "hot" controls, meaning that changes made to them

while the guider is running take effect immediately, unlike the other

controls on this tab which are registered only when Start is clicked "



BR

Vesa





2013/5/30 donwaid don@...>

> **

>

>

> This may be a simple question, but, do you have to stop guiding to change

> the aggressiveness settings or can you change them on the fly while still

> guiding?

>

> Best,

>

> Don Waid

>

>

>





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#53458 May 30, 2013

Thanks Vesa. I should have read the manual!



Best,

Don



-----Original Message-----

From: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of

Vesa Kousa

Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 2:21 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Just a simple question about guiding.



Hi

You can change on the fly while guiding.



From MaximDL manual:



"A high aggressiveness value can result in overshoot, particularly if there

is atmospheric turbulence or flutter caused by wind loads. A low value will

result in slow correction. A value between 5 and 9 often provides optimum

tracking. These are "hot" controls, meaning that changes made to them while

the guider is running take effect immediately, unlike the other controls on

this tab which are registered only when Start is clicked "



BR

Vesa







2013/5/30 donwaid don@...>

> **

>

>

> This may be a simple question, but, do you have to stop guiding to

> change the aggressiveness settings or can you change them on the fly

> while still guiding?

>

> Best,

>

> Don Waid

>

>

>





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