So AFAICT, we now have no way of linking an optical train to a profile (?).
If I change telescope, I must now specify this manually in each module?
Do these correspond to imaging and guiding telescopes respectively?
Cheers and clear skies,
"clear the indi-gphoto build folder"
Clear: delete everything in the folder, start with an empty folder, destroy contents, blank...
You also need to remove the existing cmake file.
"...who I assume is key developer for the guiding module"
OTC, just an end-user who has worked through similar issues and is offering hands-on-works-for-me solutions.
Maybe only developers should answer questions... Dunno. I must admit to not having read the forum rules. Please accept my apologies if this is the case.
"...are you saying the interface label for image delta is incorrect and it should read seconds and not minutes..."
No: Arc-minutes is correct.
Yes: I'm suggesting, as well as a change in phraseology, a change of unit to arc-seconds would make more sense for imaging.
"set verify frames to 1 ... image delta to 0.3"
If that's good enough for your photometry, yes. A value of 1 will indeed check alignment after every frame.
Our policy for stuff like this is to change nothing in software.
Check instead, in this order, using substitutes of known performance:
-change power supply
-dismantle/clean/re-grease the mount
'What does "re-set pipeline"'
Don't know, but IAC, the default value of 30 arc minutes perhaps isn't as intuitive as it could be.
Maybe a more meaningful phrase would be:
're-align if the captured image position varies more than x arc-seconds'
Good luck and HTH
No (re-)align seems to have been triggered. Try setting the 'Verify captured image position every x frames' and the corresponding 'Rest pipeline...' values.
Cheers and HTH,
"...how do i open the folder with all the rules"
If 1.26 doesn't work for you, the old versions are here:
Hit the platform you want, e.g. x64, then hit 'History'
Renaming and installation was covered here: