19 June 2021: Our upload server https://upload.astropixelprocessor.com/ has been migrated successfully to our new office with higher upload and download speeds (nearly 10MByte/sec up/down ) ! We now have 1 general upload user called: upload with password: upload. The users upload1 - upload5 have been disabled.
31 May 2021: APP 1.083-beta2 has been released ! APP 1.083 stable will follow soon afterwards. It includes a completely new Star Reducer Tool, New File Saver Module, Improved Comet registration and much more, check the release notes here!
I'm currently using the trial version before deciding if I should purchase. I'm running on a Mac running Catalina 10.15.5. I have a couple of things that are really annoying and wanted to get some feedback.
1.) Every time I start the app I have to navigate to my working folder. As I created my 'base' working folder on another partition, I have to constantly navigate all the back to /Volumes and then down from there. Why can I not select a base working folder that is saved and used on app launch, so I only have to then navigate down to my working folder (i.e. based on object).
2.) I use the Apple Mouse with touch scroll, however the scrolling in the windows is way too sensitive and I keep going back and forth, for example when zooming into an image or scrolling left/right in the list of frames at the bottom.
3.) Say I want to scroll on star density to select which images to keep and which to reject, I have to scroll all the way over to 'star density', then all the way back to deselect. I can move the 'star density' column over next to the select boxes, however as soon as I deselect something, the 'star density' column jumps back to it's original position. This is really frustrating.
I have been using APP on MacOS for over 1,5 years now.
1) This has been requested many times and @mabula-admin has it on his todo list with other configuration items to make permanent.
2) I have noticed this as well. It takes some practice but if you carefully use the touch pad then it is possible to scroll more slowly.
3) I never tried this so no clue.