Ok, thought I'd missed it somehow, was 99.9% sure I loaded quad :)) Thanks for your help and ideas anyway.
Thanks Marco I will try this...
Quiet around these parts!
Time for some appetite whetting.
Here's a quick video testing the next code with inertial nav working, there are a couple of little niggles for you to look at (all stuff that's being worked on pre-release), but also some very exciting performance.
If you get bored, or sick of the shoddy camera work, skip to 5:12 for a full throttle blast on a monster, but put it in HD as the gopro and weather are awful
Looks like this next release is a winner. You guys are awesome. Anxiously awaiting the next release!
Just updated to MP 1.2.47 and i suddenly I got problems wit calibrating my accelerometer. When i hit the button "Calibrate Accel" I don't get the prompt to put machine on left side, right side, nose etc. but in stead I get a line with this text:
A-off:-0.35, 0.00, 0.00A_scale: 1.00, 1.99, 0.91
and the button says "Click when done". When I hit the button nothing happens.
I tried with another board and same thing.
Consider going back to earlier MP version.
Running 2.9.1b hexa firmware. Tried erase and reset as well.
I'm still having my issue of the quad dropping in altitude when pitching forward and climbing when pitching back when in ALT_HOLD. (post) I've noticed that banking right also causes a climb and banking left a drop. But with the new version imminent it may not be worth pursuing this?
Is that with your folding quad? It sounds like the center of gravity might be forward of the center of lift.
It is my folder, I've double-checked the CG - it's at 50% relative to the motors longitudinally and laterally. The log shows a noticeable throttle reduction when pitching forward, I thought I'd left a mixer on my Tx at first. Is it possible I did the accel calibration in the wrong order?
That might be worth checking. See my note above about re-doing the cal.
I did it twice just in case, I do recall reading that Chris said it didn't matter in which order the calibration was done as all that was needed was 6 reference points? I can do it again if that's the problem but wanted to check with someone who has a better idea than I do.