I believe I found one issue that could contribute to this. Fix pushed to GIT: invent.kde.org/education/kstars/commit/7...a7c317b252fdec560fa9

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Jasem Mutlaq replied to the topic 'recovery from brief clouds' in the forum. yesterday

I think a better method is this... Re-Align on:
[X] Guide Failure
[X] Every [Y] Frames

This would probably cover most of the cases where a target may drift out of the field.

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yes you can do that, or use the SM App in the Device tab to switch to Beta channel.

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Thanks, I just pushed a fix for SestoSenso 1.

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Ok please re-compile from GIT and check if that solves the issue. Basically, not it falls back to ttyUSBX ports if it detects a discrepancy.

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IIRC, this issue is solved in GIT and nightly releases.

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Ok I think Linux kernel does not create symlinks for identical devices... I think INDI should fall back to using ttyUSBX in case such a discrepancy exists... working on it.

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Can you check what in /dev/serial/by-id ? is it only one device? it could be due to two identical devices. What does lsusb show? and how about ls -l /dev/ttyUSB* ?

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Jasem Mutlaq replied to the topic 'Dither messes up guide exposure' in the forum. 2 days ago

Dithering worked just fine in my test tonight with M17.

 



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Good question. It is possible, go to Settings --> Configure KStars --> FITS , and you can see HFR SEP Profile. Select one then you open FITS image --> Mark Stars.

Then you can go back and "edit" the select SEP profile and change settings as you see fit.

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