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Posted: 21.11.2006, 07:20
by Christophe
Ok, in my tests the call back wasn't returning true, that's what triggers the problem. It shouldn't be to difficult to fix.

Posted: 21.11.2006, 22:13
by Christophe
A fix has been commited.

Posted: 21.11.2006, 22:38
by Toti
Works great. Thanks!

Posted: 06.04.2007, 02:13
by REGomega
Hi.

I'm a first-time user with this script. I'm running Celestia in Windows, and the script operates, but whenever I run it, it won't save the data to a file. There is no error returned, but hitting ctrl-x does nothing and hitting ctrl-enter just brings up Celestia's goto dialogue. Am I doing something wrong?

Posted: 17.11.2007, 03:49
by Toti
Strange. That's what happened in Linux with the original unmodified script (written on Windows).

Posted: 13.01.2008, 03:35
by psCargile
I had the same problem using Windows XP Pro SP2. The script will run and go through the warning page, ask for the output name, ask for the number of points, but didn't ask for any adaptive angle.

When I input the minimum of 4 points, the script wouldn't do anything after that. Just tried it with 5 and it worked.

Re: New script: an interactive spacecraft trajectory creator

Posted: 21.03.2011, 23:07
by kristoffer
when I was going to start the script it came up a warning that allowing this can be dangerous, to execute program, what that means?

Re: New script: an interactive spacecraft trajectory creator

Posted: 22.03.2011, 03:17
by abramson
kristoffer wrote:when I was going to start the script it came up a warning that allowing this can be dangerous, to execute program, what that means?
Hi. Scripts are computer programs. They can be malicious just like other malicious programs. Besides protecting your computer with an adequate antivirus, you should run scripts (or any other programs) only from trusted sources. Do you trust the guy who wrote this script? Then run it, disregarding the warning. Don't you trust him? Then do not run it. That's what it means.

I would say that this community is generally trustworthy (but then again, you should trust what I say :wink: ).

Guillermo