View Revisions: Issue #3090

Summary 0003090: Time shown below each of the passes in the "Next Passes" pane are off by 60 minutes late
Revision 2019-02-01 20:01 by WA9PIE
Description The "Last Passes" pane shows a time graph for the next few passes for a given satellite.

Above each of these time charts is a time, which is the AOS (Acquisition of Signal) time. This time is correct.

Below each of these time charts are times in 5 or 10 minute increments. They are wrong by 60 minutes.

The far left hand side of the graph should be the time of AOS. It should match the time above the time graph. Each of the time gradients below the chart should be based on the AOS time. The far end of the time graph is the LOS (Loss of Signal); though it's not otherwise displayed in the Next Passes dialog box.

I'm suspicious that this could be the cause of Mantis 1564. So I'm related it here.
Revision 2019-01-24 01:21 by WA9PIE
Description The "Last Passes" pane shows a time graph for the next few passes for a given satellite.

Above each of these time charts is a time, which is the AOS (Acquisition of Signal) time. This time is correct.

Below each of these time charts are times in 5 or 10 minute increments. They are wrong by 60 minutes.

The far left hand side of the graph should be the time of AOS. It should match the time above the time graph. Each of the time gradients below the chart should be based on the AOS time. The far end of the time graph is the LOS (Loss of Signal); though it's not otherwise displayed in the Next Passes dialog box.

I'm suspicious that this could be the cause of Mantis 1564. So I'm related it here.