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      This patch contains 3 fixes. First, It will allow kstars to handle drivers... · 6c76b5c7
      Robert Lancaster authored
      This patch contains 3 fixes. First, It will allow kstars to handle drivers that have xml files but no binary files.  That way, if your remote server has a driver that your local computer does not, then you can still use the driver in remote mode, but not local mode in kstars.
      I made it so that in both the device manager and in the profile editor, drivers that have no binary file are displayed with a remote icon.  Also in the profile editor, when in local mode, the remote drivers do not appear.
      Second, this patch addresses a fits view default size problem.  I improved the algorithm for calculating what the default size should be based on the viewport and I updated the base size to reflect the correct size of the fits view inside the fits viewer.
      And finally, I made several corrections for OS X where the windows were not QT Tools and they could end up behind the main application window.
      
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      + Fading the floating toolbar so its not as obtrusive. Note that the effect can be modified. · 23f581b9
      Robert Lancaster authored
      + Made a button to make the FITSViewer optional for taking images with the capture module.  This would make sense if you are taking lots of photos and are using the summary page to monitor and would prefer to avoid window clutter.
      + Put a preview fits view in the ekos manager that loads when you take a FITS_NORMAL image.  This is great for monitoring the image in the summary page since you can zoom way in or out to see that different aspects of your image are being recorded well .  The image can also get loaded in the fits viewer simultaneously.  This can have the added benefit of monitoring one area of the image in the fits viewer and another in the summary page.
      + Figured out why the graph in the focus module got scrunched that one time when I was talking with you on google hangouts and I couldn’t figure out what had happened.  It was because I had just been using the full screen focus window and had put it back away. When it was added to the right panel, it took on its minimum size.  So I came up with a way that the user can resize the fits view and the graph on the right hand side of the focus module.
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