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Good evening I am al53 and I ask your experience for a solution ..... Sometimes Qt is able to recover the WP settings of the race from the Brainaid data files ...... which is the Qt setting to set because this is it automatic ????? sorry my non-academic english ...... Thank you and Good Wind .....
Alberto M.
Hello ... I reply my previous request ... Does anyone know how to load in QtVLM, the coordinates of the WPs exposed in chart and info of Brainaid automatically ... ???? Thank you
Alberto M.
I don't know how to do that from brainaid but it is possible to load marks from a gpx file that agl generates.

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ij.
Are you also using Kipper's "DC Checker" ?
Good morning Master Bimmer.
Yes, I use AGL with difficulty due to the language and to the fact that I am "a sailor with feet of lead".
But I understand that the data is transmitted to Qt by Nemea AGL and not Brainaid ....... Is it correct ????? Thank you ...
Alberto M.
Yes, that's correct.
Just ask me, if you need more info.
Hi guys,
I encountered a bug which I can reproduce with the attached NMEA feed file. To reproduce, do the following.
1. Setup the NMEA feed to use the file
2. Start NMEA
3. Once the boat has started moving, you should now notice an erroneous trace line extending from the boat to the top left hand corner of the screen. If not, pan the screen.
4. Zoom and pan a few times. This action causes the crash.
5. Turn the NMEA feed off, and you can zoom and pan with no issues.

The erroneous trace shows irrespective of if traces are displayed or not (I tried turning display traces off to see if it made a difference)

I suspect it may be caused by the 180E/W issue, as we have just crossed 180E (180W).

Please let me know if you need any addition information or data.

Thanks
Andrew
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Hello ... I reply my previous request ... Does anyone know how to load in QtVLM, the coordinates of the WPs exposed in chart and info of Brainaid automatically ... ???? Thank you
In qtVlm under Configurations/NMEA Connections, make sure "Treat RMB messages(WP)" is checked. If the waypoint information is sent in the NMEA feed, qtVlm will then load them. If it is not checked, they are ignored.
Since I don't experience any problems I believe the solution might be simple.
QT is drawing a trace line that apparently causes the issue.
1. Click on the boat icon in the upper right corner to open the microboard.
2. In microboard/position, click on "Reset track".
3. Click "Boat" to get the drop down menu and set a check mark in "Pause track recording".

I believe that should do it.
Thanks Andrew for reporting this so precisely.
It's fixed and will be in the next version, soon.
Philippe

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