I just compiled your modification in the CVs. That's how it should look
Pat Suwalski wrote:
> Fridger Schrempp wrote:
>> I made sure, the LT travel delay subtraction is NOT broken. Neither in
>> Celestia-KDE nor in your two flavors. But as I wrote, in your case the
>> crucial LT mark is cut off!
> Okay, problem solved.
> I don't use CelestiaCore::setTimeZoneName() anywhere in my code because
> the core seems to display it properly without that.
> However, if that function is not called, the core does not display the
> LT label. It probably has something to do with celestiacore.cpp:2947,
> where it tries to access timeZoneName.length() and gets a NULL back.
> As a workaround, I just set the time zone name to UTC at startup. I
> tested it, and it works.