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Version 3.1.8

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I recently upgraded from v.3.1.4 to v.3.1.8

My camera is the Canon EOS 1100D.

I now find that when using the Planetary Mode the exposure time included in the file title has changed.

For instance, when the exposure time is 1/100 s, it is reported as Tv1100s in the filename, instead of Tv1-100s, as in the previous version.

Is this correct ?

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This post is about a question/issue with BYE, so it should be reported in the BackyardEOS Forum.

 

My BYE 3.1.8 behaves the same. What I don't know is whether it is an intended feature or an unintended feature. I believe that the TV values changed from 1-100 to 1/100, for example, and that the forward slash is not a valid character for a file name.

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I moved this post in the BackyardEOS forum.

 

I think Rick is correct... I don't remember specifically changing it, it may have been to better support Nikon cameras.  I would have to check.

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