Faulty Dive log
dirk at hohndel.org
Thu May 1 17:07:02 PDT 2014
On Thu, 2014-05-01 at 16:49 -0700, Michael Likes wrote:
> Thank you for the fast response! I am impressed.
No problem. Please keep the mailing list copied - often more than one
person is needed to figure these things out ;-)
> Version I was using was 4.0.3 The import from dive computer was faulty.
> I downloaded version 4.0.96 and tried several times again without success
OK. More questions:
a) have you ever successfully imported on THIS computer from THAT dive
b) which dive computer do you have - please be precise, there are a lot
of variations with very similar names
c) how does the dive computer connect to your Mac?
> How would I capture a screen shot to show you my troubles? I have an Apple with the latest operating system
Easy. Press command-shift-4 - the cursor will turn into a little cross.
You can now click and drag and create a rectangular area, once you let
go of the mouse button (or track pad) the area that you had marked will
be saves as PNG to your desktop.
Hopefully that will show us what you mean by "stacked on top of each
> On May 1, 2014, at 3:49 PM, Dirk Hohndel <dirk at hohndel.org> wrote:
> > On Thu, 2014-05-01 at 15:39 -0700, Michael Likes wrote:
> >> Hi. Has any thing changed in the last week with Subsurface? I retuned from a week dive vacation and tried to download my 12 dives and it looks like they are all stacked on top of one another?
> > Glad that you had a chance to do 12 dives.
> > But while that is very interesting information, there's a bunch of other
> > information that I wished that you had included in your email that is
> > clearly missing.
> > Things like
> > - which version of Subsurface are you running and on which platform?
> > - which version were you running before you left?
> > - what exactly does "stacked on top of each other" mean? Do you have a
> > screen shot?
> > As it is, there is not really enough data there to go on.
> > /D
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