I am new to this forum and as I am discovering the Sequence Generator software I stumbled over one SGP feature called TemperHum. As last year I bought such a device, but was never able to put it at work, I hoped that it would work with SGP… in vain. The feature tells me that the device is connected but there are no graphs or readings showing up. I used the device in Backyard Eos and had some readings there but witch had no sense at all. I searched for appropriate drivers, even through the website of PC_Sensor, and despite the good will of O’Telescope (the builder of BYE) the problem was never solved. So my question is: why does a quality software as SGP includes features for hardware that is not even close to be reliable? It is an all-known fact that the TemperHum devices don’t work and if it wasn’t that these are produced in China and are distributed by the eBay channel (difficult to track down), I would have longtime pressed charges against the producer of this crap.
Main Sequence Software should consider removing the ThemperHum feature from the SGP or replacing it with hardware suggestions that do work correctly. The presence of TemperHum degrades the otherwise well thought and fine working piece of software.