[time-nuts] Thunderbolt "Oscillator Discipling"
steve65 at suddenlink.net
Sun Apr 27 21:12:52 EDT 2008
With respect to the two softwares available for the Thunderbolt . . .
The (older I think) Tboltman.exe has a status indicator named
"Oscillator Discipling" while the (newer I think) TrimbleMon_V1-05-0.exe
Does the TrimbleMon_V1-05-0.exe software provide an indication of
I'm not familiar with all of the data presented to the user by these
pieces of software, so maybe the indication I'm curious about is there
and I don't recognize it?
Didier Juges wrote:
> Thanks for the link, I did not know about this new software. I will try it.
> The manual appears well done too.
> Didier KO4BB
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>> Quoth Didier Juges at 2008-03-28 11:03...
>>> I wish I knew how to bypass that too, so if you find out,
>> please post
>>> the answer back here.
>>> It is a Windows "feature" where the OS thinks the Tbolt is a serial
>>> mouse, and it is converting the data stream into mouse
>> movements. And
>>> no, it does not work like a navigation system :-)
>> Extract the PDF manual from the zip file - gives instructions
>> which should help.
>> Basically, if Windows 'sees' a constant input stream from a
>> serial device, it foolishly assumes that what is connected is
>> a mouse. Glad I don't use Windows ;-)
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