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Hi everybody,

I installed the latest version (3.1.18) . My Os is Win7.

But when I try to open the parameters window, a popup appears with the following text :"

  • Unhandled exception has occured in your application. If you click Continue, the zpplication will ignore this error and attempt to continue. If youclick Quit, the application will close immediately.
  • Object reference not set to an instance of an object

The toggle between night and day screen dont work, blocked on night screen.

 

Can you help me?

 

My log name : ptrcktrcht52

 

Best regards

 

Patrick Trochet

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 Dear Astroman and admin,

Thank you for your replies.

Yes, I wanted to say "Setting", parameter is a direct translation of the french word  ;=))

The solution to re-install the software worked perfectly now with the last version.

I want to highlight a configuration point : I use a Canon 100D. That camera has two power-on states, one for pictures, the other for movies. To enable liveview, it is mandatory to set the movie power-on. Taking pictures is full available in that mode.Perhaps it is obvious for people but I spent all the morning today to find that.

Clear skies

Best regards

P. Trochet

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24 minutes ago, ptrcktrcht52 said:

 I want to highlight a configuration point : I use a Canon 100D. That camera has two power-on states, one for pictures, the other for movies. To enable liveview, it is mandatory to set the movie power-on. Taking pictures is full available in that mode.Perhaps it is obvious for people but I spent all the morning today to find that.

 

That is an interesting observation. Thank you for letting us know.

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Dear Astroman 133,

I didn't nothing in the french manual on the liveview mode. There is no function for liveview both in the basic and customized settings.

I tried again in the both powering mode and It works now. 

I dont know what was my mistake but I lost a night shooting due to an approximative focus without liveview in BYE.

Best regards

P. Trochet 

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Hi again,

With your comment, I found the explanation. In the french manual, "Live view shooting" is translated by "visée par l'écran" we can translate in viewing trough the screen. So when I search "Live view " in the french manual, I found nothing.

Everybody in the french astronomer world use "live view".

Conclusion, I will keep only the english manual   ;=))

Thank you a lot for your support

Patrick

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