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Offline azstarman

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Does anyone know where I can find the SHO-AIP script
« on: 2018 September 29 17:50:45 »
Hi,

Does anyone know where I can find the SHO-AIP script? I found a thread that says it was added to

http://pixinsight.com.ar/repository/

But it is not there.

Thanks,

Bernard

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Re: Does anyone know where I can find the SHO-AIP script
« Reply #1 on: 2018 September 29 17:56:50 »
it's inside the "AIP-Multichannel.zip" file (along with a couple other scripts.)

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Re: Does anyone know where I can find the SHO-AIP script
« Reply #2 on: 2018 October 06 08:15:38 »
I've downloaded the .zip file from the repository index. How would I install this on a Linux system? Thank you.

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Re: Does anyone know where I can find the SHO-AIP script
« Reply #3 on: 2018 October 06 09:03:17 »
you unzip the file to extract the .js files... choose one or all of them and copy them to src/scripts inside your pixinsight installation directory. if you want to keep them separate from the stuff that comes stock, you can create src/scripts/myAIP or whatever directory and put them in there. to be fair you can put the scripts in any directory you want, even outside of the pixinsight installation directory.

once you've put the scripts somewhere, then go to PI and select Scripts > Feature Scripts... , click "Add" and then navigate to the directory where the scripts are, and click OK. it should find the new scripts; you can check the list in the dialog box to make sure they are there (and checked.)

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Re: Does anyone know where I can find the SHO-AIP script
« Reply #4 on: 2018 October 06 15:11:12 »
Worked like a charm - big thanks Rob!