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Re: [ASCOM] Meade Serial Command Question

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  • Todd Wessendorf
    Yea, that was pretty nasty and out of line. No excuse for it, and never appropriate for this setting. Apologies to Tim and the group.
    Message 1 of 17 , Apr 24 6:05 PM
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      Yea, that was pretty nasty and out of line.  No excuse for it, and never appropriate for this setting.  Apologies to Tim and the group.

      On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 12:44 PM, Chris <chris_group_mail@...> wrote:
      Todd, please be nice to people, especially those who are trying to help.

      As Chris P says the information you want is installed on your system as part of the ASCOM installation. I'm not sure if it's with the main installation or the developer installation but you need to install both if you're developing.

      Start -> All Programs ->ASCOM Platform 6 -> Help and Device Interface Standards.
      The ASCOM.DeviceInterface Namespace section has definitions of all the current ASCOM standards.

      It's also available in the ASCOM Developer Help manual that's in the Developer Documentation, that's also on your system.

      Chris

    • Bob Denny
      After installing the ASCOM Platform (not the developer bits), Windows Start menu, All Programs, ASCOM Platform 6, Help and Device Interface Standards. -- Bob
      Message 2 of 17 , Apr 24 6:19 PM
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        After installing the ASCOM Platform (not the developer bits), Windows Start menu, All Programs, ASCOM Platform 6, Help and Device Interface Standards.

          -- Bob


        On Apr 24, 2012, at 7:19, Todd Wessendorf <todd.wessendorf@...> wrote:

        What is this Standards Documentation everyone keeps referencing? Google search sends me to ASCOM page to download developer tools, and in that download, there a bunch of documents in the Developer Documentation folder, but nothing called "Standards".
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