Version 4.5.3 - 24th August 2022
The following information is intended for existing users who are already familiar with AstroGrav and want to quickly find out about the main changes.
Version 4.5.3 of AstroGrav is an upgrade containing several minor improvements and bug fixes. If you already have a copy of AstroGrav, all you need to do is to download Version 4.5.3 and use it in place of your old version. If you have any problems with this new version, please don't hesitate to contact us so that we can help you out.
Version 4.5.3 of AstroGrav has several minor improvements and bug fixes, including the following.
- A bug has been fixed that could occasionally cause bizarre and obviously incorrect behavior during evolution, with the Planets, All Moons sample simulation being a good example of this problem.
- A manually drawn angle on a view window can now have one or both of its endpoints attached to an object.
- A manually drawn angle on a view window now displays while the mouse is being dragged, instead of only after its button has been released.
- A manually drawn angle on a view window can now be cancelled while dragging the mouse, by putting the endpoint close to the start point.
- The angular diameter has been added to the information displayed in the view window popup of an object.
- In solar system simulations, additional information has been added to a view window popup when the Alt key is depressed. This information includes right ascension, declination, azimuth, altitude, rise time, transit time, and set time, when appropriate.
- The time that a view window popup remains visible has been increased from 4 seconds to 6 seconds.
- A bug has been fixed that prevented the Edit / Split Object... command from working correctly.