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Regarding the converter on sol.kroppyer.nl:
1) I have updated the autodetection for columns. It should now automatically detect the COG (T) column instead of defaulting to the 8th column.

2) The default is still to use AWA for the sign of TWA. The recent example csv file I have shows negative AWA values where TWA values are positive, leading me to believe that the TWA values still do not distinguish between port and starboard tack while AWA values do.

--- Last Edited by kroppyer at 2019-05-07 11:47:48 ---
So - Just to be clear on this.
This is how kroppyers converter setting should be to make the correct calculation for QT 5.8-9
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I have an intermittent issue where exporting a route to CSV fails when the export file already exists. qT ends up deleting the file and not recreating the new one. What I think is going on is that there is a timing issue between the file deletion and file creation routines where the creation happens before the deletion is complete. The net result is that there is no file for qT to write to and the export fails. When this happens, no export file exists. It has just been deleted.

I cannot find a way to reliable reproduce the error, it is random and probably OS related.

A suggest fix is when the write error is detected in qT, check to see if the output file exists, and if not, try and create it again. If that succeeds, try and export again. If it fails again, then give up.

Cheers
Andrew
When that happens to me, I simply just give my exported file a new name.
Just like you do every first export in a new race.
This small issue happens to all in this process from time to time. No big deal, I think. :-)

--- Last Edited by Bimmer at 2019-06-21 03:26:58 ---
Hey guys,

Not able to opne qt in diferents computers, same message.
https://prnt.sc/on344x
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Problem solved downgrading to version 5.89
Yes, Adriano, same problem with me. Thank you for your solution, Qt working on version 5.89

Ray (Sebensa)
After getting 5.8.9 QT won't establish connection to PORT 5110????
Any suggestions??
There was an issue, so to say (Murphy's law)
You can now safely update to 5.9.1-p1
Philippe
Thanks Philippe

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