Today we’ve released yet another ReachView 2 update, this time the tag is v2.1.4.
- RCH-410 RTKLIB update to newer beta. RTKLIB has been heavily updated. The new code is a mixture of the latest upstream beta 26, rtklibexplorer’s demo5 branch and our features
- RCH-409 Firefox support. Front-end has been updated to fix the insane behavior in this browser
- RCH-394 Display base on the map. Look for a bright green dot!
- RCH-245 Smaller grid size. The minimum grid size has been decreased to 500mm. More map features coming in the future updates
- RCH-401 In-app connect to open wi-fi validation fails
- RCH-400 Loading screen disappears too early
- RCH-379 Logging: delete is glitchy with multiple files
- RCH-398 Satellite chart sorting: SBAS sats are separated from the rest
- RCH-399 Base sat levels are still displayed after corrections stop
In this version we did not fix the logs. Even if you started them, they will not automatically start after a reboot. Sorry! Another small update to fix this is coming soon
How to update?
To move to the beta release, you need to flash the new, beta image!
Go to the settings tab, and find the check for updates link. You will be redirected to the setup screen you’ve seen when ran your Reach for the first time.
The last part of the setup will show that there is a new version v2.1.4 available. Click the blue update button to perform the actual update.(Never mind the screenshot has v2.1.1).
The update process will have a progress bar, you will see Reach downloading and installing different part of the software. Please wait until it shows that the update went successfully with a green tick.
Click the Reboot and go to the app button.
If something seems wrong with the app, please try to clear the cache and report the issue here.
Time mark support
One of the critical features missing in our new beta releases has been the missing time mark support. We are still working on a better way to convert the logs to RINEX onboard Reach, but in the meantime we offer patched RTKLIB apps to convert the raw logs to RINEX without losing the events and post-processing these RINEX files.
- RTKCONV will help you convert raw logs to RINEX
RTKPOST will generate
_events.posfiles containing event positions
- RTKPLOT to view the results. This one is actually mainline.
We also plan to update our post-processing tutorials some time next week.
New RTKLIB notes
This is a very fresh RTKLIB release and with your help we hope to find bugs and fine-tune the parameters for better performance, so reports and logs are very welcome, as always.
The actual code as available at out GitHub, on branch reach.
Thank you for using Reach and the new beta. The response has been great. We are working on making it even better!
We’ve released v2.1.5, which should fix the bug with logs not saving their state after reboot!