Testing of planner against other software
dbdavide at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 05:23:31 PDT 2014
Hem... where is the planner? :-/
2014-06-22 23:36 GMT+02:00 Robert Helling <helling at atdotde.de>:
> On 21.06.2014, at 15:03, Willem Ferguson <willemferguson at zoology.up.ac.za>
> thanks a lot for your testing, very much appreciated!
> Two points on Subsurface planner:
> 1) When dragging waypoints deeper (e.g. 35-50m), the rescaling on the Y-axis
> (depth) happens so fast and proactively that it becomes quite difficult to
> position the waypoint where one wants to put it.
> This is a known problem, which is on my todo list.
> 2) Subsurface planner often gives long, slow ascents, different from many
> other planners that do ascents in a more stepwise way. Very slow controlled
> ascents (shallower than 10m and especially shallower than 6m) are mostly not
> possible in the sea where swells of several meters are encountered. In this
> respect the plans from Subsurface are problematic.
> Having user configurable ascent rates is currently I would say
> half-implemented but should be fully very soon.
> That said, my personal recommendation is really to spend some time on a very
> slow ascent as at least to me this improves very much (fatigue!) how I feel
> after a dive (even in the sports diver range).
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