Yeap, I see it now. I've played with the clock and I can see how it changes.
From my point of view the correct would be to see the altitude on the selected time not the current - or at least it make more sense to me.
It is extremely easy to replicate it - at least on my systems (Mac, Ubuntu, both latest update).
1.Create or load the mosaic *esl
2. Reload the same file and rename them
3. Try to save the sequence, you enter the desired name and location and application crashes.
The only think that I can see, is that the altitude values remain the same, something that is clearly wrong. The target will not have the same altitude at 23:14 and 23:31
Updated the original post with a workaround
I wish I could....
Finally, I've managed to set up my night - to be honest I would say that the Scheduler tab is the least non-user friendly of all Ekos functions.
But I am again against a wall... The first 2 lines are my mosaic.
Then I reload the seq and rename the target as you can see in the picture, to be able to recapture those panels for 4 more hours.
The issue is then when I press the save button, Kstars craches. If I save only the first two lines it works fine.
I'll just bump it, just to be sure that anyone saw the thread
You are totally right, I want A,B,A,B.
I think last night I did exactly your suggestion but as you can see Part 1 says 6/20 in all the lines.
Probably that will be solved with the last part of your suggestion.
I saw that but if I check for example the "run 3 times", that changes the captures from 5 to 15. You will say "of course this is right, 3x5=15 but it does that on the same line (job?).
Shouldn't I have a new line, a new job with my parameters or I am just looking it wrong?
(Sorry I am on a simulator now and I can't execute it to test it out. By the way, is it possible to do that? Cause if I run it, it fails with an "unable to plate solve the target" error)
I think I have a simple question that troubles me already a few nights.
I have this simple mosaic with 2 panels. How can I set it to repeat itself? My point is to capture Panel A, Panel B and then go back to Panel A, Panel B.
Oh G! Thank you Jasem, that was easy.
Now I can see better performance while panning and dragging those panels, but still with a little lag 1-2s. Probably cause it renders all the background simultaneously.
I am just playing around with the Mosaic Planner (Mac OS , latest stable Kstars) and I can see that it responds "erratic" and is not rendering real time.
For example in this picture lets say that I want those panels to go to the centre of the map, I would have to press the recenter button, correct? But if I click it nothing changes. I have to click it and then go and click into the map to see the change.
Then if I want to pan into the map and drag those panels around for precise framing, this is just impossible
Am I missing something on how to use it?