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(@franck_chile)
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February 3, 2020 20:04  

Hi,

I have a problem with the 1.075 version.

I don't why APP is considering all the flat subs as light. The software tries to analyse stars in the flat subs!

Regards.

Franck

This topic was modified 1 year ago by Mabula-Admin

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(@franck_chile)
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February 3, 2020 20:15  

The cause may be because of the name of my luminance filter called Light.

I check this problem.

regards.


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(@franck_chile)
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February 3, 2020 23:13  

My last post is the answer.

I change the name of the filter from 'Light' to 'Luminance' into my luminance subs, and into my flat sub.

Now it works.

I could change the name of the filter into the FITS header thanks to FITS4Win2 Header Data Utility.

You can find the website here :

https://astroshed.com/fits4win/f4w2hdudoc.htm


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(@vincent-mod)
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February 5, 2020 15:49  

Does your capture software call these files "light" also in the FITS header? This should be corrected with the capture-software, so tell at that stage that you want the flat frames to be called flats.


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(@franck_chile)
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February 5, 2020 16:05  

@vincent-mod

Yes because i named my luminance filter Light... 

i had to change the name of the filter in each fitsheader. 
Now it works fine


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(@franck_chile)
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February 6, 2020 21:16  

I could renamed my fits header thanks to f4w2dudoc :

https://astroshed.com/fits4win/f4w2hdudoc.htm


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(@mabula-admin)
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February 13, 2020 18:10  
Posted by: @franck_chile

@vincent-mod

Yes because i named my luminance filter Light... 

i had to change the name of the filter in each fitsheader. 
Now it works fine

Dear Franck @franck_chile ,

I am fixing this, to prevent this bug from happening in the next release.

Is there any reason why you would name a filter: "light" instead of lum/l/luminance ? Is this common practice to name fitlers "light". I am just trying to understand why you would use such a naming convention 😉

Anyway, I will make sure that APP will treat them properly next time.

Mabula


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(@franck_chile)
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February 13, 2020 18:12  

😀 I just named my Luminance filter like this at the beginning...

Now Luminance... it's not a common name.

Sorry for that.

Regards.


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(@mabula-admin)
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February 13, 2020 18:15  
Posted by: @franck_chile

😀 I just named my Luminance filter like this at the beginning...

Now Luminance... it's not a common name.

Sorry for that.

Regards.

No problem Franck @franck_chile 😉


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