Post by iconPost by GeorgeBest | 2015-01-09 | 18:24:26

Hi Cvetan,

I was thinking that it would be very handy to be able to see the track of a TWA after the WC in the next segment.
This is not possible right now but it would be if you can somehow make the tracking tool start from the next Wind Change.

You should be able to do a two step measurement of the current and following segment.
Right now this is not possible.


Greetinx,
George Best

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Post by iconPost by GeorgeBest | 2015-01-09 | 18:31:54
I am thinking of some kind of locking function with which you kan lock the tracker on the next wind change point and gives you a new possibility to track the part after the wind change from the wind change point.

Hope that you understand what I mean ..
Post by iconPost by Sir_Petrus | 2015-01-10 | 15:27:51
That could be a very good feature if possible.
Like locking actual route, go with pointer to any dot, on the route and, see the TWA from that dot on.

The other one could be a "what if" tool like puting flag in diferent places to see the resulting route.

a VNC polar could also be handy.

OK Christmas as gone but.... ;)

Fair winds to all
Pedro
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2015-01-10 | 15:30:49
That's an old idea. Unfortunately I never got the time to implement it - it is not trivial and requires a rewrite of the entire track tool code.
Post by iconPost by Sir_Petrus | 2015-01-10 | 16:51:30
I figure it out.
I wish I could help you but this new codes are worse than Chinese, as we use to say.
Never the less, a suggestion is only a suggestion. ;)

Fair winds
Pedro.
Post by iconPost by GeorgeBest | 2015-01-11 | 22:15:08
Ah, that's a pity Cvetan.

Never mind, we're glad there is a tool like the one you made !
It has riased the understanding and level of sailing of many virtual sailors !

For which I thank you !

Kind regards,
George Best
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