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Scheduler: start and end time issue after meridian flip

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Scheduler: start and end time issue after meridian flip #33347
I am using the scheduler tonight to take images of NGC 2403. Before the meridian flip the estimated end time looked OK. However, after the meridian flip, the start time still is the original start time, which I guess is OK, but the end time is way off. I include two screen shots: one of the scheduler screen and one of the sequence queue screen. As you can see by the sequence about 1h 20m remain but the sequencer states an estimated duration of only 7 minutes.


Cheers, Wouter




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Scheduler: start and end time issue after meridian flip #33356
Thanks for reporting! I'll have a look at this weirdness. I have to check the light frame flag in the same context.

-Eric

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