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Special characters are not supported in the current version. Fixed for the next version.
I use an old version of AGL. Only for the easy nmea output to port 5010 for any race I choose. For routing I use 'BlueWater Racing'.
But for the grib files I have to use brainaid's tools.
AGL and Brainaid use the same named grib-file but I get a load of errors when trying to load the AGL-grib into BWR. Something about being semi-oblique. Brainaid's grib works flawless.

Apart from this grib-annoyance, the latest AGL versions, that are introducing an "own JAVA version" do not work at all with me.
(I have installed the latest JAVA version because I need that for JAVA based apps.(for example brainaids 'NMEAproxy.jnlp') maybe that is a cause of AGL not working?).









Compete with yourself; share with all
I am trying to set up AGL on my WIN 10 Xi CAD home workstation to permit logging the fleet of CCA/SOL cruising simulation passages. Zorba pointed to AGL as a means of documenting optimal selection of departure windows and routes to achieve minimal fuel burn and most comfortable sailing weather. I do not see the AG14installDir.bat in the windows_bat\ subdirectory.
I also do not have race folders set up yet.

--- Last Edited by CCA BuzzardsBill at 2021-05-24 10:23:45 ---
CCA BuzzardsBill said @ 2021-05-23 16:01:14:
I also do not have race folders set up yet.

--- Last Edited by CCA BuzzardsBill at 2021-05-24 10:23:45 ---
Bill, I sent you an email yesterday. Did you get it. Please check junk folders.
Apart from this grib-annoyance, the latest AGL versions, that are introducing an "own JAVA version" do not work at all with me.
(I have installed the latest JAVA version because I need that for JAVA based apps.(for example brainaids 'NMEAproxy.jnlp') maybe that is a cause of AGL not working?).





AGL 14 uses it's own runtime environment (the new requirement post version 8, which is no longer supported) and has nothing to do with the installed versions. If you have set it up right as per the instructions, it will work.

I have no idea what the issue with Bluewater is. The grib is written according to the specification and works in qtVlm, Expedition and other viewers with no issues. If you can identify what is wrong with it, I may be able to fix it.
@kipper1258
re grib in BWR:
"For all records BWR shows following remark:
grib: Record 0: Thinned or quasi-regular grids are not supported."

re "own runtime java":

I have installed since using brainaid's nmeaproxy the most recent version oracle runtime java environment.

All AGL versions worked until the "own java environment" was introduced.

Installed latest agl. Got it working. Still same grib errors in BWR.

Thus uninstalled AGL and will rely on Brainaid's tools.







--- Last Edited by appelkrat at 2021-05-27 12:36:13 ---
Compete with yourself; share with all
CCA BuzzardsBill said @ 2021-05-23 16:01:14:
I also do not have race folders set up yet.

--- Last Edited by CCA BuzzardsBill at 2021-05-24 10:23:45 ---
Bill, I sent you an email yesterday. Did you get it. Please check junk folders.
Kipper,

I did not get your email and undoubtedly tossed it with the flood of junk mail. Please resend and let me know at least the first part of your email address so I can watch for your message.

THANKS!
Bill
@CCA BuzzardsBill
you wrote:
... I do not see the
AG14installDir.bat in the windows_bat\ subdirectory ...



Windows does not show file extensions by default. In that case you should see only 'AG14installDir'
Clicking on it should work.

Compete with yourself; share with all
I've put up a new version which is available here called AGL_14_3_0_update.zip and is an update as per the install instructions in the manual. This version includes the ability to insert and move DCs. I have also finally fixed the http 403 error and getting token infinite loop, plus special characters are supported in passwords.

The user manual has also been update to match this version.

The full installs have also been updated to this version.

Enjoy.

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