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CNv Feature Requests / Re: Entering a New Task faster
« Last post by Jim Staniforth on August 08, 2020, 10:10:31 AM »
No, STX.
In the past I've had trouble loading CUP files in CNv, even without tasks. All waypoints were not always loaded, had to read the results and try again.
This may have been fixed in more recent CNv updates, but ended up using the same STX file as the CN2.
In my databases, every waypoint is a turnpoint. Added that function so it's easier to make FAI triangles.
With the CN2, the database is easily scrolled through. The same start and finish point can be entered quickly, then insert the turnpoints. The cursor remains where you left it, not back at the top.
Jim
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CNv Feature Requests / Re: Entering a New Task faster
« Last post by Evan Ludeman / T8 on August 08, 2020, 09:57:50 AM »
I feel your pain.

I presume you are using cup files, else it's easy to segregate turnpoints from everything else.

It's helpful to know that CNv loads tasks associated with cup files (I stumbled across this by accident, it's not documented).  The current limit is 10 tasks. 

You can speed the task creation process by prepending turnpoints you are most likely to use with "00", which puts all those waypoints at the top of the list in an alphabetic sort.  This works great in CNv... less so in CN2, which has always been a little buggy with cup files.
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CNv Feature Requests / Re: Entering a New Task faster
« Last post by Jim Staniforth on August 07, 2020, 11:25:16 AM »
  If the task cannot be copied from CN2 or CND to CNv, the action "copy" in the CNv task (start and finish points, for example) and rapidly scrolling through the waypoint list by holding the up or down button would be quite useful.
  My last declared task took a while to build:
Wind Farm S/F
Paradise Peak
Wind Farm S/F
...in an 1100 point database.
Jim
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Customer Support / Re: sua files
« Last post by Jim Staniforth on July 14, 2020, 05:39:19 PM »
Open Air .TXT
Jim
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Customer Support / Re: sua files
« Last post by carbonprop on July 07, 2020, 12:44:16 PM »
I use the Tim Newport-Peace .SUA files

http://soaringdata.info/aviation/airspaceTab.html
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Customer Support / sua files
« Last post by BobWa on July 04, 2020, 06:00:19 PM »
What format does clearnav prefer?
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CNv Discussion / Re: Clock jump found in the recordings (OLC)
« Last post by India Sieben on July 02, 2020, 12:26:23 AM »
Hi Evan, thanks a lot for your help. Yes, I tried it with both solution. A logger interval of 4s and also with powering on 15 minutes before taking off. At my last flight the powering on was less than 3 minutes and the problem exists once again. Therefore, the "early" switch-on is the best solution at the moment that seems to work.  :'(
KR
Bernd
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CNv Discussion / Re: Clock jump found in the recordings (OLC)
« Last post by Evan Ludeman / T8 on July 01, 2020, 03:58:12 PM »
Have you tried d/l'ing your flight with a 4s or 8s fix interval?  This should mask the problem as far as OLC is concerrned.

The other thing that works (what I do) is powering up your panel ten minutes before launch. 
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CNv Discussion / Re: Clock jump found in the recordings (OLC)
« Last post by India Sieben on July 01, 2020, 11:34:50 AM »
I' m struggeling with the same problem. As I've seen in an another forum pilots are facing the same problem with a LX 8000 on board. LX gave them the hint that the internal battery for the GPS has to be renewed.
Might that be a solution for the CNv?
Bernd
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CNv Discussion / Re: TE adjustment
« Last post by xcnick on June 25, 2020, 10:14:05 AM »
Water in the tubes would also cause problems when set to use the probe, or so I would think.

No other vario, just ASI is shared and when taken out of the system there was no change.

Under the wing static is no good? Great, the manual says there are problems with the nose statics, history has shown the boom static hates water, and I always fly with water.

I understand electronic TE is more sensitive to installation, but this much? I made the video to emphasis just how whack it is when set to electronic TE.

Looking back it would have been better just to buy another ADC and give it the old “remove and replace”. Then if it acted the same, go through the installation.
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