Randy, Can you send me one of the mis-behaving files, to ted@........... And please let me know what version of EMON (and QUAKEVU) you are using. Regards, Ted Blank "Randall Pratt"
@.............. on 11/16/2000 07:07:32 PM Please respond to psn-l@.............. Sent by: psn-l-request@.............. To: "PSN List" cc: Subject: EMON time Greetings to All, I have developed a problem within EMON relating to the time stamps. If the file spans a date change the time will not register after midnight. In the case of display using QuakeVue the file will display but the zoom will be blank if the beginning selection marker is placed after midnight. When the file is displayed in WinQuake the phases will not display when the P and S markers are set. Also, the minutes and seconds will display for the cursor position but the hour remains at zero. Finally and very confusing, the file start time displayed on the EMON screen is about 50 minutes later than the actual file start time and the time displayed in QuakeVue or the DOS directory. The current time at the top of the screen is correct. If I use PSN2Text program to read the file, the end time is recorded correctly. I'm running on an old 286 system. Could this be related to the Y2K and BIOS? Randy Pratt 1200 E 2nd Ave Mitchell, SD 57301 (605) 996-0907 __________________________________________________________ Public Seismic Network Mailing List (PSN-L) __________________________________________________________ Public Seismic Network Mailing List (PSN-L)
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