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  • Re: DTF calculation
    Board » General Discussion
    Thank you NZL Scotsman

    This is a very complicate way to measure the DTF.

    I think its not that hard to implement a way to calculate the DTF based on a point to point measure:
    - point to point for "mark to mark", and
    - point to point for "boat to next mark".

    Its a suggestion to SOL programers.

    Fair winds

    --- Last Edited by Armando Faria at 2012-05-04 02:33:41 ---
    Boteco1 - Make Bore Impossible
  • Re: Failed to connect to server
    Board » Technical Support

    Sorry for don't answer before.
    I already solve the problem. Someone has set a proxy on the laptop, and it was failing by that.

    Now it's working.


    Boteco1 - Make Bore Impossible
  • Failed to connect to server
    Board » Technical Support

    There is two days that I cannot connect to Sailonline client.

    When I try, I receive the message "Failed to connect to server"

    I already receive this message other time, but when the server was down and it was not possible access even the webpage.
    Now I´m been able to access it, but I can't connect the client.

    I didn't change nothing on my commputer, nither install any new software.

    I already tryed from differente connections, and it allways happens the same.

    I also uninistall the client (last version availabe), remove the Program Files Sailonline folder, and install it again.

    I just don't know what else to do.

    There is any thing I forgot?
    What should I do?


    Armando Faria
    Amigo do Boteco1
    Boteco1 - Make Bore Impossible
  • Re: Feature request, what would you like to add....
    Board » General Discussion
    Hi folks,

    Didn't red all the forum, so it can be answered yet.

    Is it possible to receive emails, warning about new regattas?

    Gods winds

    --- Last Edited by Amigo do Boteco1 at 2008-02-02 22:30:48 ---
    Boteco1 - Make Bore Impossible


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