Yeap is broken. It used to work in the previous version, but something changed.
Check this link: drive.google.com/drive/folders/1olbGzadJ...A3h_-?usp=share_link
If you can't, tell me to check the sharing settings.
You mean the button in FITS viewer?
As Hy already said, if you have a single target in your session, you can set your old trusted alarm clock, according to this value.
You can overlay the DSS in the preview window or FITS viewer.
As far as we know, Astroberry is no longer an active project. You can take a look here for ideas:
I would bet that yes, this is due to insufficient power.
Yes, it is doable.
Take a look at the manual, "5.4.10. Wi-Fi Option". You have to connect your RPI / Mini Pc to this network and then set the Connection Mode to Network.
It seems that this is broken somehow at the moment. I’ve noticed that on my 2-3 latest sessions, despite that I have saved the value into the esq file, the autofocus procedure updates automatically this field.
That issue appeared on a single image? On the whole session? After dithering?
I am not aware of this site but this is how I do it:
I have a KStars on my Macbook setup with Simulators with the correct data (sensor, FOV, location, etc). I do all my planning at home without losing precious clear nighttime and then transfer those "ideas" to my observatory.
For example, you can do this with the rotator to visualize the angle and use it with the target's coordinates.
After capturing your first frame, you can use it later for the Load and Slew function.