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Offline Josh

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Re: directKiwi project
« Reply #15 on: November 10, 2019, 2013 UTC »
Awsome!
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Re: directKiwi project
« Reply #16 on: April 14, 2020, 2238 UTC »
directKiwi v7.00 is out

Finally had some time to work again on the project

Partial Changelog:
Some modifications on the GUI (in fact it uses directTDoA GUI now, so less full restarts when parameter changes, except for the World map)
Python 3 compatibility
Bug fixed on the map update (always fails because of some modifications on the website sources...)

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« Last Edit: April 14, 2020, 2240 UTC by linkz »
Grenoble area, French Alps (JN25)
FDM-S2 / Perseus / JRC NRD-535 / R&S EK 070 / CSF RS560 / KiwiSDR / Codan 9360 / Codan NGT SR
Skywire horizontal loop / T6 LPDA / Wellbrook ALA1530LNP / Cushcraft R8
also listening HF from the mobile w/ Barrett 950 & whips
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Re: directKiwi project
« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2020, 0823 UTC »
directKiwi v7.10 is out

Partial Changelog:
Restart GUI routine modified
directKiwi.bat & setup.bat added for Windows users
Bug fix that caused the map to move suddenly far away when selecting a node (problem only noticed on Windows OS)
Added functionality to manage the overlapping of icons on the map. Now when you click near a cluster of multiple nodes, a menu will appear and allow you to choose the one you really want (to listen or to display node menu)
Some minor bug fixes

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Grenoble area, French Alps (JN25)
FDM-S2 / Perseus / JRC NRD-535 / R&S EK 070 / CSF RS560 / KiwiSDR / Codan 9360 / Codan NGT SR
Skywire horizontal loop / T6 LPDA / Wellbrook ALA1530LNP / Cushcraft R8
also listening HF from the mobile w/ Barrett 950 & whips
active on IRC (#wunclub)