When running a script that I used to run in V 1.0.x , in new version I see the following in the consol panel, 16:25:26: # Pre-process Flat Frames
16:25:26: Running command: preprocess
16:25:26: This command is deprecated: calibrate should be used instead.
the scripts run successfully but wondering if there is something I need to change in the scripts
Yes, these are old scripts as I stated. Perhaps I shouldbe more exact. I modify supplied scripts and uses a few custom ones. The stated warning is the only thing I see that is of concern. I think it just reffers to the fact that you changed preprocessing to calibrate or calibration. The scripts run fine as I stated as far as I can tell. So do I need to go in and change any line that says preprocess or is it fine as is. Is there a difference.? Also as another question, upon installation of the new version, I lost settings such as my synthetic bias offset and others. It would be nice if future upgrades could save settings pior to deleting the old version. I did not see anyway to do that. Not a big deal, but would be a good feature. Fantastic upgrade to your great software either way, keep up the good work. Much appreciated.
Thanks for the clarification. I am going in and change preprocess to calibrate to eliminate the message.
Windows 1.2.0-beta1 upgraded from 1.0.6. Been using siril for years and this is the first time I recall losing any settings.
EDIT: to be clear Win 11