Found a little quirk with ref to use of environmental device feature and focuser, use the following SGP
file to test it out:
This is a basic .sgf file of a star object using simulators so open SGP and open this file as a sequence
and do the following:
'Camera' in equipment should be set to the V2 Simulator, pop into it's settings and make sure it's 'Type'
is set to anything other than 'Color'
Ensure 'Focuser' is set to 'No Focuser'
Check the Environmental device and ensure this is also set to 'No Environment Device'
Open the control panel and on the Focuser tab click the button marked 'Other' check the box which says
'Use environmental device for temperature input'
Connect the mount and cam simulators
Hit 'Run Sequence'
Clear any user defined message you may have set up and accept that the mount has to be un-parked
Notice the error box that comes up: Error connecting to No Environmental Device ! Object reference not
set to an instance of an object - Click OK to this box
Next we get the Warning Box: Error connecting to environmental device - Focuser requires environmental
device temperature input......Continue Anyhow ?.
Two options here as to whether to continue the sequence....Yes or No.....If you choose NO then SGP stops the
sequence run...Perfect. On the other hand, if you choose to continue with the sequence by picking YES, SGP
returns to the previous error message shown in point 8. Then, you just go round in circles with these two boxes
forever until you eventually choose NO.
A couple of points about this:
a. No Focuser is connected so surely where it gets it's temp from is not relevant anyway, Error shouldn't even come
b. If you choose YES to the second box to continue the sequence surely it should just continue anyway and just
not take temp input from a device which for this sequence is obviously not picked, this could be an accident of
course so maybe it should warn of this with an abort option for the user but choosing YES should still continue
with the sequence.
Just my thoughts