I had a similar experience tonight when using the PAA on an unfamiliar mount, a Celestron AVX. New profile had default telescope focal length specifications. I would enter the focal length and hit Save tree Telescope Info, then go to the PAA and set the fov greater than 10 arc minutes warning and some greyed out PAA options. It solve the first frame then crash KStars by the next frame.
It turns out that in my haste, I did not give the telescope information configure a name. Once I did, the configuration saved properly and PAA stopped crashing. Worked flawlessly, no more 10 arc sec warning, and no greyed out options.

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You have to restart KStars for the independant window option to take effect. And I believe you can resize that log box when the window is maximized.

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Andrew replied to the topic 'word 'nothing' on kstars' in the forum. 1 month ago

You can move them. Just click and drag.

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Andrew replied to the topic 'How to install phd2 on raspian OS' in the forum. 2 months ago

Where ever you like. Git clone will download the source code into a folder. You then create a build directory within it and cd into it. Then run the make command.

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Andrew replied to the topic 'How to install phd2 on raspian OS' in the forum. 2 months ago

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/OpenPHDGuiding/phd2.git
mkdir build
cd build
make -j $(expr $(nproc) + 2)
sudo make install


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The What's Up Tonight tool is presenting a very large list of matching objects that return Object Not Found. This highly diminishes the usefulness of the tool. Meanwhile there is no issue finding these objects in the Find Tool and the What's Interesting tool. So there appears to be a database issue to resolve.
I am using KStars 3.5.6 Beta
 



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Andrew replied to the topic 'Setup Tab Image' in the forum. 2 months ago