I used this flight plan. The aircraft flew to waypoint 3 at 20 m. I checked the commanded altitudes by selecting the way points while the plane was on the ground, they all come up wrong. When you remove the do change speed commands the plane flies perfect.
I have no log for the flight... tomorrow.
I am loading the code right now. weather looks nice here. I should have observations in a few hours. Ive got 10,000 mah on board to burn!
I have saved some time. I made a little video showing the problem. Basically after the last Do Change Speed, the alt from the bottom right corner of the mission planner is being subtracted from the altitudes. Is this correct?
Please see this video, I know its boring and a little shaky....
I ended up going flying even though the wind was horrible, at least for a little foam plane. The results are in:
Doug, your change either had no change or is working correctly now. The original problem of altitude changing is still present. I corrected this by adding the home altitude to each commanded altitude after the first do change. it seems like after the do change the AP is flying absolute alt.
So is this a real problem or intended?
OK LP, I am having no success duplicating your problem. I have been doing basically what you did in your video, but am not seeing the altitude changes like you show.
What version of APM firmware are you using? What revision and build number of Planner are you using. For the mission you show in the video could you please run the CLI waypoints test and post the results here.