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Hello Folks,
My old observatory laptop (Lenovo T420) needed replacing, this was done with a Lenovo T460S. This new laptop runs Windows 10. After much head scratching
it ran in my ob with no internet and using the USB to serial converter built into the Sidereal Technology Servo11 controller.

I installed Nebulosity 4.4.4a and it functions as expected except that the area in the Nebulosity screen that reports the CCD sensor temperature is blank.


Can anyone tell me how to restore this display?


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The "extra camera controls" allows the display of the ccd temp or % cooling.
When I select temperature the setting is not saved.
I am probably missing the method to save these extra settings.


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Double click the temperature in extra and come out of the extra camera camera control

Then iselect edit->preferences, go to the bottom pf preferences and change go to

Clock/TEC display

change "none" to "CCD temperature".
These two steps seem reasonable once discovered but not obvious to address.


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Double click the temperature in extra camera control and come out of the extra camera camera control

Then select edit->preferences, go to the bottom of preferences and go to

Clock/TEC display

change "none" to "CCD temperature".
These two steps seem reasonable once discovered but not obvious to address.


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