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    Default Making and uploading custom objects?



    Hey folks, just got myself a Meade ETX-LS 8" and need to know if there are any resources out there on how upload custom objects like comets and Satellites to the Telescope for viewing/tracking and what format they are supposed to be in, where they go etc.

    I know it can be done but I can't find any information. I'm surprised Meade has no help info on how to do this. :/
    many thanks in advance!
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    Default Re: Making and uploading custom objects?

    According to the manual you need the autostar dvd to learn how to program custom tours and add objects to the HC
    Page 38 in the manual.
    If you do not have the manual here is a link to it: http://www.meade.com/downloads/dl/fi...ies_manual.pdf
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    Default Re: Making and uploading custom objects?

    Thank you kindly! I'm on Mac so I didn't install the software but I got it going on Parallels, getting the hang of it thank you.

 

 

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