I built my own dome and automate it with a controller and motor from NexDome. My shutters are fully manual and I don’t intend on automating them. When I try to start a sequence with SGP 4 it fails at startup because it cannot open the shutter.
How do you tell SGP to ignore a shutter? At this point SGP is useless if I cannot get past this failure.
I set up a quick test to demonstrate the problem. I am running a NexDome Arduino controller to control my homemade dome. It works fine, the dome rotates in sync with no problems when I manually select a target. But when I enter everything into SGP (which I’ve used for years but just recently upgraded to v4) it complains about the subject error of not being able to open the shutter. My shutter is fully manual. The NexDome control software that I am using is: NexDomeControlSystem v4.0.0. There is a check box that either enables or disables shutter control (which I have tried both ways with no success in SGP). It just seems as if SGP is not seeing a toggle of some sort to ignore the shutter and instead sees it as an error.
The time of the error in this test is around 21:27.
Link to Logs
Approx time of issue: 9:25 PM
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Ver: 22.214.171.1246 (64-bit) .NET: 4.8 ASCOM: 126.96.36.19995