1. 03 May, 2017 2 commits
  2. 02 May, 2017 1 commit
  3. 01 May, 2017 2 commits
  4. 28 Apr, 2017 4 commits
    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      This patch fixes a typo that I made in whats interesting. I accidentally had... · 4e417ff1
      Robert Lancaster authored
      This patch fixes a typo that I made in whats interesting.  I accidentally had typed ra instead of dec so it was reporting the wrong dec values.  Also, I improved the functionality of the list view so that it will display the selected item in white, so that you can use the arrow keys to scroll the list even when the details view is not showing, and so that you can click the picture to select the item but select the description to view the details.
    • Jasem Mutlaq's avatar
      Remove old ASI info · c8e72129
      Jasem Mutlaq authored
    • Jasem Mutlaq's avatar
      Correct ASI CCD driver metadata · 866d79c9
      Jasem Mutlaq authored
    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      This patch addresses several key issues with whats interesting. First, on... · 490b49b5
      Robert Lancaster authored
      This patch addresses several key issues with whats interesting.  First, on Macs it will first check inside the app bundle for the whats interesting before it checks in the data directory.  That way if the user installed from a dmg and then updated to a new dmg the any whats interesting improvements will be included.  It still checks the data directory as a backup in case the user didn’t install from a dmg. Second, when there are no objects in a list, it displays a nice message explaining that, rather than just a blank screen.  Also I added Supernovas, the NGC Catalog, the IC Catalog, and the Sharpless Catalog.  I also added some more objects to the object lists.  For the catalogs, I made them load separately on demand with a nice progress bar and a message explaining that they are loading.  Also I corrected a bug for the moon and similar objects that were not object types originally included in Whats Interesting.  I also disabled automatic downloading for object information because I don’t think it should be initiating lots of network traffic when there is no internet connection and also it shouldn’t try to download data many many times for objects that really have no article.  The user can now initiate the download of all the data for the entire list, for individual objects, or just objects that have no data, so that should be fine.  I also did a little rearranging on the category screen.  Also just in case, I added some checks to see if some objects are null for safety.
  5. 27 Apr, 2017 3 commits
    • Jasem Mutlaq's avatar
      Add SkySafari to Profile Wizard services · b5a3f4ae
      Jasem Mutlaq authored
    • Jasem Mutlaq's avatar
    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      In this patch, I implemented batch downloads for object lists. Note that it... · 854a5889
      Robert Lancaster authored
      In this patch, I implemented batch downloads for object lists.  Note that it will download the objects currently selected/shown in the list based on filtering options, not everything in the entire massive list.
      If the user wants the *whole* list, they should turn off the visible objects only button and the favorites only button and set the sky quality to 1.
      I also enabled the wikipedia downloading info text to overwrite previously existing downloaded info text files, so now it truly is an updater.
      I also improved the search results for stars and constellations.  Also, I prevented the object description from being downloaded unless a real wikipedia article about the object is found.
      There were way too many false results in the object descriptions that were downloading.  Finally, I added a progress bar for the initial object load and disabled the list access until loading is done.
      It is certainly possible to make that more list specific in the future, but for now, loading everything doesn’t take too long.
  6. 26 Apr, 2017 1 commit
    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      I cleaned up some of the positioning calculations in the wiview.qml file so... · 4df43323
      Robert Lancaster authored
      I cleaned up some of the positioning calculations in the wiview.qml file so that the info text panel should now always be the correct size and all the errors that were printing to the console from the positioning should be gone now.  Also I added the ability to use the arrow keys to cylcle through the objects in the details view.  It is much more efficient!  Tooltips are not done yet, but they are started.
  7. 23 Apr, 2017 4 commits
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  15. 08 Apr, 2017 1 commit
    • Robert Lancaster's avatar
      Here are some more improvements to the Whats Interesting panel. · 83430ff8
      Robert Lancaster authored
      This will download wikipedia info text box in addition to the description.
      It can dynamically display the content in a tabbed pane or right next to each other depending on the width of the page. Both the descriptions and the info text are now saved after loaded the first time for easier loading later.
      I also captured the wikipedia image from the info text box and added that to the list of images available in the thumbnail picker.  I also improved some of the layouts in whats interesting
  16. 06 Apr, 2017 1 commit
    • Valentin Boettcher's avatar
      I've added some simple comet tails and an option to disable them. · 9c6c0c85
      Valentin Boettcher authored
      There is a bit of Fuzz, cause astyle was doing it's thing. (Has anyone
      run astyle recursively yet? There are still some unformated files.)
      To clarify things: I just added a "drawComet" method to the skypainter,
      an option to the kcfg and the UI and one tweak to retrieve an instance
      of the sun.
      To note: the findPA method could be tweaked, by somehow caching the Suns
      position, because by now it is re-projected for every comet tail. (Well
      that's actually OK, because you hardly see more then two at a time.)
  17. 05 Apr, 2017 1 commit
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