Post by iconPost by pcayrol | 2010-03-28 | 10:14:38

Is it because of the french chainging time ?

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Post by iconPost by zezo | 2010-03-28 | 15:52:02
Yes. Should get in sync tonight, or tomorrow in the worst case.
Post by iconPost by pcayrol | 2010-03-28 | 18:33:35
Ok thanks !
Post by iconPost by mrfreez | 2010-03-29 | 02:03:15
Winds now seem correct. But the time of the switch is in an hour late.
Time displayed is still under CET. with switching at 9am CET and 21h CET, which corresponds to 8 am CEST and 20 hours CEST in theory. But now, we have 9am CET equal to 9 am CEST
Consequently, the switch is not in sync with the game
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2010-03-30 | 19:31:36
Thanks. The timezone had to be changed in one more place. Should be OK now, and the labels say CEST too.
Post by iconPost by mrfreez | 2010-03-30 | 22:15:45
I believe there's an other place to do it. Clipper is alright but not in Jules verne.

Thank you for your great work!!
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2010-03-31 | 17:40:15
Fixed. I've forgotten that the race still runs.
Post by iconPost by SeaMiGo | 2010-04-04 | 15:29:11
The winds on the Jules Verne chart are still different from those in the game today (Easter Sunday)! However, the wind data given in the little pop-up window when you mouse over the black dots appears to be correct.
Post by iconPost by Garry | 2010-04-25 | 19:09:53
For the clipper winds on chart are different than on game. At the 12h update the wind at 110N 23W on the game is 254 and 8.6kn. On the chart it is 330 and 5.4.
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2010-04-25 | 19:44:20
The forecasts are always different. First, because the game uses incorrect offsets (9 and 15 instead of 12 hours, as discussed here and in the game forum) and second - because there are intermediate updates to the GRIB data not available in the game itself.
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