[amsat-bb] Re: Problems with SATPC32 CAT
Mark L. Hammond
marklhammond at gmail.com
Wed May 29 12:52:59 PDT 2013
If the name of the satellite is different between the Keps file and
Doppler.SQF, you're going to have troubles (AmsatNames.txt file helps with
that, but adds a layer or potentional problems, too....). They have to
match...UNLESS you use AmsatNames.txt (read about it. It's worth setting
up and adding to with every new bird you want to track/work).
Regarding the different configurations--you can do a good old select
all/copy/paste to copy the one you want to the others. You have to to
unhide files/folders, then you can see them here:
Just copy from that location to CfgII or III or IV, for example. Then you
can at least start out at the same point...
Hope that makes sense. If you've spent some "quality time" with it, it
On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 2:19 PM, Les Rayburn <les at highnoonfilm.com> wrote:
> I've continued to try to troubleshoot the problem with no success. I
> checked and the DopplerSQF file appears to be entact. Read the manual and
> searched the FAQ but can't find any reason why I'd be "missing" the data in
> the CAT field.
> If I select an alternative configuration, the program seems to work fine,
> but that causes me to lose my settings and have to begin
> all over again.
> Any ideas?
> Les Rayburn, N1LF
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