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Merlin66 (Ken)
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New release - BASS Project update

John has just released a further update to his excellent spectra processing software. Available in 32 and 64 bit versions.
Highly recommended
Installation Folder Check

The BASS Project executable file cannot be run outside a valid installation folder. A warning message will be displayed to this effect and the app will close. The reason for this is to ensure the application has access to required files and sub-folders. Move the executable file into the folder created when BASS was installed, (this is typically 'C:\astrobodger\BASS Project' for a default installation).

Bug Fix: This is a fix to the 'BITPIX must be second keyword' issue which applied to profiles created in the Resampling screen

FITS header: Keyword BAS_MEX for BASS Project Universal Mid-exp Date added

File menu: Maximum number of recent profiles and projects increased from 15 to 25

Chart settings: Can be edited when no profiles are loaded.

Profile Properties: File Rename message makes it clearer that a new filename must exclude path.

Region Selection tool: now includes a Cross sectional plot. This is already documented in the latest user guide

Cosmic Hot & Cold pixels screen Now supports bad row and bad columns in Cosmetic file. In addition, bad pixels can be manually set by double clicking on the image (without needing to be detected).

Stack Images screen: Cosmetic file is applied to all light, dark, flat, bias and flatdark images.
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