ObservabilityDialog.cpp   ObservabilityDialog.cpp 
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updateControls(); updateControls();
} }
void ObservabilityDialog::setAboutHtml(void) void ObservabilityDialog::setAboutHtml(void)
{ {
QString html = "<html><head></head><body>"; QString html = "<html><head></head><body>";
html += "<h2>" + q_("Observability Plug-in") + "</h2><table width=\" 90%\">"; html += "<h2>" + q_("Observability Plug-in") + "</h2><table width=\" 90%\">";
html += "<tr width=\"30%\"><td><strong>" + q_("Version") + ":</stron g></td><td>" + OBSERVABILITY_PLUGIN_VERSION + "</td></tr>"; html += "<tr width=\"30%\"><td><strong>" + q_("Version") + ":</stron g></td><td>" + OBSERVABILITY_PLUGIN_VERSION + "</td></tr>";
html += "<tr><td><strong>" + q_("License") + ":</strong></td><td>" + OBSERVABILITY_PLUGIN_LICENSE + "</td></tr>";
html += "<tr><td><strong>" + q_("Author") + ":</strong></td><td>Ivan Marti-Vidal &lt;i.martividal@gmail.com&gt;</td></tr></table>"; html += "<tr><td><strong>" + q_("Author") + ":</strong></td><td>Ivan Marti-Vidal &lt;i.martividal@gmail.com&gt;</td></tr></table>";
html += "<p>" + q_("Plugin that analyzes the observability of the se lected source (or the screen center, if no source is selected). The plugin can show rise, transit, and set times, as well as the best epoch of the yea r (i.e., largest angular separation from the Sun), the date range when the source is above the horizon at dark night, and the dates of Acronychal and Cosmical rise/set.<br>Ephemeris of the Solar-System objects and parallax ef fects are taken into account.<br><br> The author thanks Alexander Wolf and Georg Zotti for their advice.<br><br>Ivan Marti-Vidal (Onsala Space Observa tory)") + "</p>"; html += "<p>" + q_("Plugin that analyzes the observability of the se lected source (or the screen center, if no source is selected). The plugin can show rise, transit, and set times, as well as the best epoch of the yea r (i.e., largest angular separation from the Sun), the date range when the source is above the horizon at dark night, and the dates of Acronychal and Cosmical rise/set.<br>Ephemeris of the Solar-System objects and parallax ef fects are taken into account.<br><br> The author thanks Alexander Wolf and Georg Zotti for their advice.<br><br>Ivan Marti-Vidal (Onsala Space Observa tory)") + "</p>";
html += "<h3>" + q_("Explanation of some parameters") + "</h3><table width=\"90%\">"; html += "<h3>" + q_("Explanation of some parameters") + "</h3><table width=\"90%\">";
html += QString("<tr><td>%1</td><td>%2</td></tr>").arg(q_("Sun altit ude at twilight:")).arg(q_("Any celestial object will be considered visible when the Sun is below this altitude. The altitude at astronomical twilight ranges usually between -12 and -18 degrees. This parameter is only used fo r the estimate of the range of observable epochs (see below).")); html += QString("<tr><td>%1</td><td>%2</td></tr>").arg(q_("Sun altit ude at twilight:")).arg(q_("Any celestial object will be considered visible when the Sun is below this altitude. The altitude at astronomical twilight ranges usually between -12 and -18 degrees. This parameter is only used fo r the estimate of the range of observable epochs (see below)."));
html += QString("<tr><td>%1</td><td>%2</td></tr>").arg(q_("Horizon a ltitude:")).arg(q_("Minimum observable altitude (due to mountains, building s, or just a limited telescope mount).")); html += QString("<tr><td>%1</td><td>%2</td></tr>").arg(q_("Horizon a ltitude:")).arg(q_("Minimum observable altitude (due to mountains, building s, or just a limited telescope mount)."));
html += QString("<tr><td>%1</td><td>%2</td></tr>").arg(q_("Today eph emeris:")).arg(q_("Self-explanatory. The program will show the rise, set, a nd culmination (transit) times. The exact times for these ephemeris are giv en in two ways: as time spans (referred to the current time) and as clock h ours (in local time).")); html += QString("<tr><td>%1</td><td>%2</td></tr>").arg(q_("Today eph emeris:")).arg(q_("Self-explanatory. The program will show the rise, set, a nd culmination (transit) times. The exact times for these ephemeris are giv en in two ways: as time spans (referred to the current time) and as clock h ours (in local time)."));
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