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Hi, I really appreciated Schakel's article on his blog:

https://daysailer.wordpress.com/2016/01/03/how-to-connect-qtvlm-and-bluewater-racing-to-the-nmea-proxy/

Unfortunately I'm a mac user and I really didn't find a working solution to connect sol to qtvlm (the only mac running router).
Brainaid proxy seems to work correctly (I suppose...)

Qtvlm is usable without connection, but I have to manually input boat position every time I want to compare my strategy with the software generated route

Is there any mac user that has successfully succeeded in connecting sol to qtvlm?

Thank you in advance,
ciao
Enrico
really like to jump on the solution also.....I'm in the same virtual boat.
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--- Last Edited by sol at 2016-02-15 10:48:02 ---
It works on Mac OS (OS X 10.9.5) too.
Just downloaded the new version of qtVlm (5.2-3).
Used ip-address and port from brainaids NMEA.
This is new in boat options.
qtVlm crashed once, but seems stable for the moment.

Thank You to the qtVlm team

Franz (BodanRacer)

Is it possible, someone could do a simple instructions for dummies?
Thanks
/SKOVSER
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--- Last Edited by sol at 2016-02-15 10:47:25 ---
THANK YOU BodanRacer!!!

it works!!!!
Great!!

After getting GPS to work, thanks to all who posted, I now have qt not loading the latest grib? - any suggestions
Thanks
Sebensa
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--- Last Edited by Bimmer at 2016-03-03 13:06:12 ---
qtvlm 5.3-0 configuration tcp connection to brainaids NMEA-proxy is now found under <qtvlm><configuration><nmea connections> at the bottom. I use <TCP> server1.

--- Last Edited by sol at 2016-03-23 13:45:20 ---

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