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Discussion in 'Astronomy Software, Apps, and Websites' started by Dave In Vermont, Aug 6, 2016.

Welcome To Stellarium!

Started by Dave In Vermont on Aug 6, 2016 at 12:55 AM

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  1. Mak the Night

    Mak the Night Well-Known Member

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    It's probably best to update to 0.21.3. I updated to 0.21.2 from the Terminal for the repo version. I installed the snap 0.21.3 from the Terminal on my other Ubuntu laptop. I don't think Mint supports snaps but if you have the Ubuntu based Mint you should be able to update the repo or PPA directly from the Terminal. My repo version 0.21.2 updated itself to 0.21.3 on Xmas Day. I can't tell any difference between the snap and the repo versions.
     
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    I wonder.. with my 34mm eyepiece setting, I always have this display of angles appearing and I don't know how to remove it.

    By any chances, does anyone know how to toggle this.. red protractor of angle off?

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  3. Mak the Night

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    Have you tried here?
     
  4. Mak the Night

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    These are the Terminal update commands (Ubuntu).

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stellarium/stellarium-releases

    sudo apt update
     
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    Dedicated software development teams https://mlsdev.com/blog/hire-a-development-team are stand-alone sprint teams that include specialists in every area of the project. The members of this type of team include a project manager, lead engineer, front-end and back-end developers, quality analysts, support staff, and other individuals. A dedicated team can be as small as one person or as large as many as needed to accomplish any task. A dedicated team can be flexible as your needs change, or as large as a multi-project organization.
     
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