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Re: WinOrbit

Answered my own question : on the main screen, I had the update set at 100
( where it says " RES ". ) Once I set that to 5 seconds  instead of 100,
the clock updated every 5 seconds and tracking worked updated.

Steve Howland wrote:

> I am running Winorbit on Windows 98 and I just noticed the clock in the
> WinOrbit Program does not seen to run.  Never noticed it before , but I
> am sure that it should be a function of the program that should be
> running in the top box of the WinOrbit program .  Anyone with any ideas
> ?  Also anyone that is STILL having trouble running the old IT , let me
> know.  I run that one on an old laptop 386 with Windows 3.1 and it
> running good.
>    Thanks ,
>      KF4FQT----Steve Howland

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