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Old 03-25-2020, 12:34 PM   #16
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 The screenshot triggers the program, and if you cancel the operation, the camera will malfunction (it can't be turned off, won't transmit images to Earth, etc.).
Thanks, I think a warning in the documentation is the best I can do.



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 Hey brianj just looked at your LOR in 2016 D3D9 and the addon works but there is a black hole where the Moon is suppose to be.
Hi Barry, I'm not very surprised, I never updated it for Orbiter2016 or D3D9. It's on the list - if I live long enough to get that far!! ;-D


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Brian
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Old 03-26-2020, 09:02 AM   #17
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Just tried it out to see if it would work. I needed the LRO's polar orbit to use for a new Lander being worked on for the Artemis Project. The Moon shows up as a grey ball with out detail in the normal orbiter mode.

I think with the up coming launch of the next Mars rover the MRO addon with be needed first.
Stay safe My friend
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