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I am trying qtVLM I have a difference 1Nd with SOL for TWS... Standard & 0.5° in "avancés"
for what? thank you
OK you have answered on chat thank you!

--- Dernière modification par Amiral29 le 2016-07-06 08:17:00 ---
QtVlm (Christophe) is working on it.

I will announce a "good to go" both here and in the chat, when it is fixed.

Christophe has made a small upgrade to QtVlm 5.3.7 and called it patch2.
This is a temporary solution, that has changed the way that "SOL Interpolation" now can read the grib files from brainaid with the 2x2.148 resolution.
Just click on, and download the new qtvlm.exe file attached below and move it into your existing QtVlm folder(and replace the old one).

Remember afterwards to chek that you have a dot in "SOL Interpolation" in QtVlm/Configuration/Advanced.


--- Last Edited by Bimmer at 2016-07-06 19:25:57 ---
Hello all,

I've just uploaded a zip containing this time both 64b and 32b for windows only.

I can try to launch build on other platform as MacOS or linux.

The link: www.virtual-winds.org/oxygen/qtVlm_5.3.7-patch2.zip

In order to make it work I would advise you to copy your current qtVlm to a safe place in order to be able to revert to current offcial qtVlm version. Then replace the qtVlm.exefile from the one in the zip you've downloaded (take the one from the folder corresponding to your arch 32b/64b)

We will release a full new setup on Maitai return.

--- Dernière modification par oxygen77 le 2016-07-06 19:37:51 ---
I have iMac no possibility to open fichier EXE!
ok I'll setup tomorrow a build machine for MacOS
Bimmer - you say copy and replace. Does that mean delete the existing qtvlm.exe and paste the new one? Or should a numbskull like me wait for patch 2 to be issued by Forge?

Please use now the above link and follow the steps I've suggested by keeping safe your current qtVlm folder as a copy.

Just to explain: I'm the original dev of qtVlm but now maitai as taken most of the activity on his side, I'm still doing some stuff like implementing the SOL interpolation in qtVlm (and soon access to SOL boat in qtVlm too). maitai is currently in vacation so even if I know how qtVlm works he is mastering the whole deployment steps. Until he is back we will work with small patches consisting only of new qtVlm.exe file.

I'm in process of uploading mac version too. I'll post the link asap.

It's good for Mac Mavericks! thank you Bimmer & oxygen77 :-)
In mode "standard" not SOL in advanced!

--- Dernière modification par Amiral29 le 2016-07-07 10:19:45 ---

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