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Hello,

Following my previous post, I eventually figured out how to connect qtVlm to a NMEA source. Brainaid's server definitely doesn't work.It sends a feed and qtVlm receives it, but it seems almost empty and qtVlm doesn't display any data.

I had to install CDchecker to sort out the question. Finding and installing on Linux the right version of CDchecker turned out to be another endeavor but I eventually managed it :-)

Ready now to give a try to SailOnLine :-)
Hi Kipper,

Is there a way to reduce the size of the "AutoGrib" pop-up window? The window that pops up after we double click AG14.bat.

I am on a small 11" laptop and since the AutoGrib pop up wind does not have a side scroll slider I cannot see and cannot click on "Apply". The pop up window takes over the whole monitor. Yes, I can adjust the margins with my mouse but there is no way to make the bottom buttons to show up.

I understand this may be a MS-Windows question, but I looked all over the internet and could not find the solution.

Is there any sort of flag codded in AGL that specify the size of the pop-up window that can be edited?

Thank you for any assistance.
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Hi all

Been away from SoL and qtvlm for a while, and have forgotten the little that I knew before.

I am trying to figure out how to run a routing that takes the Gulfstream into account. I know it can be done, but age is beginning to tell :-)
@BER_baggus
Look for tides, currents etc and you will find something like XTide.
https://flaterco.com/xtide/

Maybe this will help you to an answer for your question.

In QTVLM look for configuration>gribs and harmonics.
I can not imagine it to be useful in SOL. SOL routing does only use weather (grib).

Regards Lacsareno

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