Dive planner

Robert Helling helling at lmu.de
Mon Oct 29 14:31:47 PDT 2018


[I added the mailing list as somebody else might have an idea what is going on]

> On 29. Oct 2018, at 15:01, Willem Ferguson <willemferguson at zoology.up.ac.za <mailto:willemferguson at zoology.up.ac.za>> wrote:
> Would you be prepared, at all, to have a look at this mock-up dive plan? Two issues.
> 1) More important, there is a ceiling crossing at 33 minutes, yielding a warning and a red depth profile. I often get this problem while using the planner.
> 2) The first trimix switch (11/60 -> 31/30) does not yield a gas change icon with an exclamation mark.
> The isobaric error occurs just after the ceiling crossing. These problems related?
> As usual, finger trouble on my side?

I can confirm the problem and here is a simplified version that also shows problem 1) (let’s deal with that first). Don’t worry if the gases are sensible, I just tried no eliminate noise.

My suspicion is that somehow it get’s confused by the gases and the manual gas changes. Let me investigate this…


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