Artemis crashes when updating propagation data
I have installed Artemis 3.1.0 and when you click to update the propagation data, it will start the process, but then the app terminates, no error or anything. So I reverted to Artemis 3.0.1 and ran into the same issue. I then tried doing the Pyinstaller to recompile, but still have the same problem. I did check all of the links in the constants.py file and I can load each and every propagation link in that file using a browser with no problem. Any clues or suggestions? I am a new user so bear with me. Thanks.
Forgot to mention this is on a Windows 10 computer running version 1903 (OS Build 18362.476) Home version. Firewall also disabled during testing.
Hi Rick, thanks for the detailed report. We are aware of this bug, and in the previous days, Alessandro was working on a new feature requested by a user ( https://github.com/AresValley/Artemis/issues/14) . He also solved this annoying issue, which is basically caused by an inactive index in the space weather section. The updated version of Artemis is available on GitHub (under the branch font_selection branch) but I suggest you wait a few days until the release of the executable version.
Ok, thank you! Will wait for update. This is an impressive program. I basically found it when trying to identify a signal I spotted while scanning the 5 MHz range (with my ICOM IC-7300), and the signal on the waterfall display looked like a bra, very symmetrical on both sides of center, transmitting for a few seconds at a time intermittently.
Thank you, Ricks, we are really happy to hear that you like the software. By the way, the new version of Artemis 3.2.0 has been released a few days ago