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it works!
I've substituted dic with dec and it works!
last month worked because nov is equal in italian and in english!
:-)

thank you for your invaluable help! have a best new year!
Great! Good 2016 to you too :)
I tried according to Schakels procedure, and all seemed to go well until I tried to start GPS in Qt - I get "Error" unspecified.
In NavMonPc, on the "Virtual Ports A,B,C" tab, for each port there's a Monitor button just below the Connect/Disconnect buttons. Click on the Monitor button of your COM port to check and see if thge NMEA data is being output.

Also, as I recall, NavMonPc's AIS proximity alert tends to wreck havoc on QtVlm. The alert usually gets activated just after start up. Click on AIS in the menubar and if there's an alert active, there'll will be a bunch of yellow boxes near the page bottom. Click on Ignore Target to cancel the alarm.

Not much else I can think of, I'm afraid.

Good luck,
Philip
Hi,
Error is Error while opening port COM3.
I'e tested com2/com3 as well as com10/com11 - same thing.
Dials are working.
And monitor shows data streaming.
BWR is even quircier, but maybe I'll restart computer after uninstall and try again.
Would be nice, but I'll get along with downloaded route into Brainaids DC editor manually.
Thanks.
sorry, could sol be the problem - I'm svein:-)?
no can't be proxy is mine:-(
Not sure what you mean with 'quircer'? Does that mean BWR is working? If it is, you have to use a different COM port for QtVlm. Both can't be using the same COM port.
<del>One more thing I just remembered: in QtVlm, under File -> Configuration, there's a GPS tab. On it is a COM port entry field and an 'Activate' checkbox. This tab is intended for output of GPS data, not for receiving GPS data. Not sure if it makes any difference, but just make sure the Activate checkbox is unchecked. Just might be creating a feedback loop.</del>

Never mind, doesn't seem to be doing anything.

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Hi all I cannot converting!
I have--> ERROR:Time conversion failed, trying to continue DCs could be wrong
Image: 1970/01/01!!!
I have a Mac Mavericks...
When I open .csv with Numbers dates are OK!
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