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Version 4.71Flymaster: Waypoint airfield indicator uploaded regardless of SW version.
GarminUSB: Notify external program with download progress.
Possible to invoke time/speed/vario filters during download.
Version 4.64Signature is added to track log files only if track is downloaded from a GPS.
Fixed bug in reading kml-files. Comma allowed after height in "coordinates" tag data.
Version 4.58The setting of the flag for powering off the Flymaster after a track download is saved in the registry.
Filter to remove wild height changes executed when saving file.
Version 4.52Download waypoints from Flymaster.
Cmd. line: New command /chkkml=".kml file name". Program returns 1 if signature is ok.
Cmd. line: Flymaster supported in commands for upload/download waypoints.
Version 4.49For Graviter, Log_It and MTK GpsDump will make multiple attempts (for up to 30 seconds) to connect to the GPS.
Button "Log_It" changed to "Flymaster".
TopNav protocol "PWC2002" changed to "MXP2004".
Upload pilot name, CIVLID and COMPID to Flymaster.
Removed detailed information in statistics dialog box.
Barometric height displayed for IqBasic/6015.
Fixed waypoint height when fast downloading from MLR.
Serial port closed 0.5 seconds after last waypoint sent to MLR.
Cmd. line: Parameter /timeout limited to 86400.
Version 4.42Support for IQ Basic / Flytec 6015.
Fixed bug in computing arc points in some CTRs.
Cmd. line: New GPS type "iqbasic" for downloading tracks from IQ-Basic / Flytec 6015.
Version 4.37Fixed naming of CTRs when uploaded to Garmin.
Radius of a CTR circle is in knots, unless the number is followed by "km".
Maximum allowable gap in loop flights is adjustable.
Cmd. line: New command /rd_geo_wpt for saving downloaded waypoints in a geo. format.
Cmd. line: New GPS type "mlrc" for rapid downloading of MLR waypoints.
Version 4.34Cmd. line: GPS type DSX supported.
Comp. mode: After download the track, upload COMPID/CIVLID if none were defined on the GPS.
Not necessary to have both track log and waypoint protocols defined for Garmin models (e.g. Oregon).
Version 4.30Downloading track from DSX series.
Pressure altitude decoded from Brauniger/Flytec/Flymaster/DSX.
Pressure altitude supported in .igc and .kml files.
Out-and-return and triangle optimisation added to .kml file.
Fixed bug in downloading CTR from Brauniger/Flytec.
Version 4.26Remaining download time shown if possible to estimate.
Flymaster GPS power turned off after downloading track if flag set (also for cmd. line).
Comp. mode: Fixed bug checking for DIGIFLY. Waypoint download is skipped if not MLR.
Comp. mode: Fixed bug in reading waypoints from an MLR/Digifly.
Cmd. line: Waypoint upload progress sent to external program.
Version 4.25Fixed error reading the registry when accessing the Garmin Forerunner 205.
Support for setting pilot and glider data on Flymaster
Comp. mode: Pilot number read and checked when downloading track from Flymaster.
Comp. mode: Fixed bug when downloading track log and checking for DIGIFLY.
Cmd. line: New parameter /sendlog=N for notifying other programs about downloaded positions. N is the timestamp interval in seconds.
Cmd. line: Confirmation of pilot number asked after downloading the track.
Version 4.24saving a track log in competition mode.Possible to concatenate tracks read from files.
Decode .gpx track log files containing multiple track segments.
Fixed bug in decoding waypoint height in .gpx files.
Waypoint description encoded/decoded when accessing GoogleEarth waypoint files.
Turning off power to Garmin GPS selected by ticking menu item "Misc->Pwr off after wpts wr & log read".
Added recognition of Competino+ and Flytec 6020.
Comp. mode: Hopefully fixed bug when downloading track logs from Garmin USB.
Comp. mode: Default action is to enable downloading and checking waypoints for Garmin USB devices. Can be cancelled by a misc. menu command.
Comp. mode: Confirmation of pilot number asked after downloading the track.
Comp. mode: Bugfix: Flag indicating that the track has been saved is set.
Comp. mode: Flag used to generate .igc file saved between sessions.
Comp. mode: Internal pilot list updated after uploading waypoints with GPS type and any available serial number.
Comp. mode: Internal pilot list can be saved in a .csv file.
Comp. mode: Special competition mode saved between sessions.
Version 4.23Product data from the Leonardo assumed to be DIGIFLY. Hopefully this fixes bug in downloading track in competition mode.
Added timeout check for downloading track log from MLR/Leonardo.
Version 4.22Show selected track points in a new window (View -> Show track). This feature is not meant for detailed analysis, just to check if things seem ok.
Fixed bug in "copy to clipboard" statistics function.
Heights in Ozi waypoint files may be decimal strings.
HOCIDCOMPETITIONID added to igc file format.
Comp. mode: Special comp. mode entered both by Ctrl+Shift+C and Ctrl+Alt+C.
Comp. mode: Turn off power for Garmin models after downloading track and uploading waypoints.
Comp. mode: Port name and GPS type shown in dialog box headings.
Comp. mode. The kml file is always generated. An igc file can also be generated if requested from the command line or from the file menu.
Cmd. line: New command /wr_ctr
Cmd. line: New command /pwroff
Cmd. line: Allow Topnav, XcTrainer and Magellan for uploading waypoints.
Version 3.77CTR element 'AC' (airspace class) ignored when reading airspace files. Instead, the 'AN' (airspace name) element is used to separate airspaces in the file.
Possible to upload airspaces to Garmin (serial port and USB) as track logs. Circles are inscribed in a polygon with 32 segments. Note that for polygons thefirst and last point does not have to be equal. This is also true for for the Compeo/Competino/Flytec.
Download CTR from Compeo/Competino/Flytec.
Write selected CTRs to a file.
Delete selected CTRs from the list.
More flexible format allowed when reading a waypoint file (Geo format). Possible to use "DD.dddd.." or "DD MM.mmm.." or "DD MM SS.s..".
Version 3.72Command line parameter /exit checked after uploading waypoints.
Added buttons for the most used track log download commands.
Fixed bug reading waypoint files having the UTM format.
Waypoint numbering in Ozi waypoint file format starts with 1.
Upload CTR to Compeo/Competino/Flytec. The CTR data is read from an .xml file (example). More than one airspace can be read fromthe file. The polygon points must be listed in clockwise rotation. The last point should not be equal to the first point. All airspaces are uploaded to the GPS.2006-07-05: The Open Air file format looks much easier to parse, so this format is a strong candidate for later versions of GpsDump.
Show track log download progress for Magellan.
Version 3.50Garmin 60CS with USB supported.
Message for missing/bad user name from IqCompeo shown.
COM port number shown in program header.
Garmin logs containing illegal timestamps can be saved with starting time 1990-01-01.
Progress shown when reading log from IqCompeo.
Product name shown when downloading from Top Navigator and XC Trainer.
Simple errors in log skipped when downloading from Top Navigator / XC Trainer.
Download waypoints from Top Navigator and XC Trainer. Name truncated to 6 chars. Select SUMMARY PRINTOUT on the TN.
Upload waypoints to Top Navigator and XC Trainer. Select auto-receive mode on the TN.
Version 3.31 supports the Galileo from Brauniger. Set the instrument to the flight analysis mode (Main setup menu ->Flightmenory -> Select flight and press Enter) before starting the track log download (shortcut Ctrl+E). The Galileo outputsthe log using the IGC format. This log can be stored unmodified by executing 'File -> Write IGC log from GPS'. Uploadingwaypoints at full speed is not supported (by the Galileo ?), a delay of 0.3 seconds is inserted between each waypoint.
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