[amsat-bb] FoxTelem Version 1.02
kl0s at cox.net
Fri Nov 13 21:24:55 UTC 2015
Is there any possibility that the Mac version in the future will work without having to downgrade Java from V8 back to V6? Since I’m not sure how that impacts on every other app that uses Java I’m reluctant to downgrade.
As I recall the first version in fact did work but once we went up to V1.01 the requirements changed and the app will not open without doing the downgrade.
> On Nov132015, at 1606 PM, Chris Thompson <g0kla at arrl.net> wrote:
> FoxTelem Version 1.02 is now available for download. Like the last
> release, you can patch your installation by downloading the patch file. In
> this case it is a single file to replace.
> You can download it from here: http://amsat.us/FoxTelem/
> Everyone should upgrade to 1.02 because this readies FoxTelem for
> transition to the new Telemetry Server which will be more reliable.
> Additionally this release fixes a number of issues and adds the ability to
> download data from the Server to view/analyze in FoxTelem. If you download
> data, please make sure you save it into a separate directory to your local
> data, otherwise you will over write it. Of course frequent backups of your
> data minimize this risk.
> The release notes are below:
> * Fixed bug where opening the Fox-1A spacecraft menu would cause a crash
> * Added horizontal and vertical lines to the graphs if button clicked
> * Fixed Typo on measurements tab
> * Fixed a bug where UTC was not displayed for the Diagnostic tables
> * Capture the string version of the STP date in ENGLISH for all users, but
> leave other dates in local language
> * Fixed bug where TCA date could be null and a SERIOUS error was reported
> * Fixed issue where the tabs were always refreshed when the spacecraft
> menu closed
> * Fixed bug where UTC date was sometimes wrong on the spacecraft T0 panel
> * Ready FoxTelem for sending server data via TCP
> * Support downloading data from the server
> Chris E. Thompson
> chrisethompson at gmail.com
> g0kla at arrl.net
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