[Kflog-user] A bug or a PICNIC problem?
Hendrik Stheeman (Britehouse)
Hendrik.Stheeman at za.didata.com
Sun Apr 26 20:31:47 CEST 2009
Good day Folks,
I am not sure whether the below issues are PICNIC problems, the result of the way I installed KFlog or bugs - any advice or pointers to "how-to's" would be appreciated! (I have installed the snapshot of 24 April, although it shows KFlog 2.2.0 beta / OpenSuse 11.1 & KDE 3.5.10)
1.) The "tip of the day" containing "...that we would be pleased if you let us know about..." with hyperlink in "let us know" leads to a page with hosting service standard message starting with "Herzlich Willkommen auf www.heiner-lamprecht.eu! Dies ist die Standard-Index-Seite Ihres Webs. Sie können sie..." Is this configurable somewhere to change it to the right site?
2.) Airspaces: I have added some "Prohibited" airspace to my OpenAir formatted airspace file. However, the text lines "AC P / AN FAP 64 PLNDABA / AL SFC / AH 6500 FT" (where "/" is a carriage return) render as "unknown" rather than as "Prohibited" (which would be similar to "Restricted" - and, BTW, the "D" renders a "D" instead of "Danger"). Is there a way to control how the "P" and "D" are interpreted?
3.) Airspaces: I have added some airspace definitions containing the "V X=...S ...E / DB A1 S A2 E, B1 S B2 E" (a circle, centred at X and going clockwise from A to B). These work fine, however the tag "V D=-" to force the counter-clockwise rotation does not seem to work. Where am I going wrong? Do I have the tag correctly defined for counter-clockwise?
4.) > Settings > Configure KFlog > Map projections: When defining conical & adding in two standard parallels (home site 26deg02 S and 27deg36E plus one parallel at 24S and the other at 28S), I get a very strange looking map such that circular airspace definitions are extremely eliptical & appear oblique. If I use the cylindrical projection, the map appears okay, but the circles are still elliptical instead of round... Where am I going wrong here?
Any assistance, tips or other comments will be most appreciated (replies in EN, DE, NL or AF).
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