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    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      I made a patch that will make astrometry index file downloading as easy as... · 705ab3f9
      Robert Lancaster authored
      I made a patch that will make astrometry index file downloading as easy as clicking a button, at least on Macs for now.  I did send a patch with a rough draft of this yesterday, but I made several improvements over that patch.  I made it handle situations where there is no internet connection.  It brings up a dialog telling the user it cannot reach the server.  And because it now checks for an internet connection before attempting the download, that improves performance.  I removed the part with the config patch since that was already applied.  I disabled the downloader for Linux computers until we can resolve the read only folder issue. I improved the progress bar code.  I also simplified the code slightly.
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    • Laurent Montel's avatar
      Use Q_DECL_OVERRIDE · 4d50bde2
      Laurent Montel authored
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    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      For quite some time, I have known there was an issue with the SimClock in KStars. · e893a64a
      Robert Lancaster authored
      Whenever you try to run it in hours or anything longer than that, the interface becomes much more unresponsive.  I figured it was an issue with an animation thread not sleeping long enough for the interface to have a chance to do other things.  I investigated that today and found that I was close.  There is a QTimer with a time interval that is used for the time simulation normally, but if you go beyond a certain speed, it just set the clock and didn't use a timer.  It seems to be called "manual tick."  Well the problem is that it needs to wait a moment before doing that so the interface can respond to any other commands.  I found the solution was very simple, a one shot timer, even one as short as 1 millisecond seems to solve the problem.
      
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    • Jasem Mutlaq's avatar
      Update documentation for stars and the offsets within the binary files so I do... · 88f75a0e
      Jasem Mutlaq authored
      Update documentation for stars and the offsets within the binary files so I do not have to calculate them again
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    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      I found that one of the Text items in Whats Interesting was stealing the mouse... · 2ec053b7
      Robert Lancaster authored
      I found that one of the Text items in Whats Interesting was stealing the mouse hover events that was supposed to turn it yellow when you hover over it.  So I added another mouse area inside the mouse area to capture those mouse hover events.  This patch will apply that change.
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