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Planetdance for windows / Antiscias in the radix chart
« on: November 21, 2020, 04:15:42 PM »
Hello everybody  :)

Is there is a way that the antiscias of the planets appear in the radix chart ?
I use Anticia a lot, I have seen an anticia chart but not both on the same chart
Coud be very very usefull !!

thnks

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 22, 2020, 01:36:21 AM »
in fact
great to be able to leave a database open in a tab
bravo :)

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 21, 2020, 08:45:40 PM »
ok no problem
Thank you for your answer

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 21, 2020, 08:37:29 PM »
yes sorry its difficult to explain
I try a last time if not, it doesn't matter I stop to annoy you  :)

in options keyboard, I changed the shortcut to open database (ctr O) to (ctr w)
it works verry well

When you are in database now
the same shortcut (ctr w) open an occurence of the window where I am now
exemple : a database named "friends" is opened once again in a new tab

so woud it be possible that this shortcut (ctr w) open the database list ( I put an image below)

for this time (ctr O) when you are IN the database open this database list

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 21, 2020, 08:08:29 PM »
i change (ctr O) for (ctr w)
ok option keyboard work find with (ctr w) when your on a chart, it opens database (the last visited )
but when your in database this shortcut (ctr w) open  once again an occurrence of the same database where I am
exemple if I am in friends database (ctr w) re open a new occurence of friends database
but (ctr O) open effectively the whole database list as I want  :-\

just want to open the whole list with (ctr w)  ;D


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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 21, 2020, 07:29:40 PM »
I mean when your in the database  ;)
if so what is the name of

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 21, 2020, 05:23:52 PM »
ok
can we change the shortcut ctrl-o for another or not ?

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 21, 2020, 03:02:11 PM »
hello Jean
thanks for the amazing work and change these days. One thing i can't find however

you put a useful shortcut in the database to change the base. but I can't find the way to  edit it to change the key.
otherwise will it be possible to have this database window (ctr O) accessible from a shortcut from the root of the charts ?
many thks

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 04, 2020, 08:18:09 PM »
yes exactly  ;)

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 04, 2020, 07:45:12 PM »
for the second shorcut ( less important )
if I open a chart the shortcut "close window" will close de window of a chart only
but if I open a module for exemple horary, it wont close it

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Planetdance for windows / Re: shortcuts
« on: September 04, 2020, 07:39:23 PM »
yes it come across on one of my databases. But the problem being to switch from one to an other easily
I would like a shortcut to open this window in paticular if possible that shows all the databases

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Classic, Medieval, Vedic / Re: Medieval Traditional Chart
« on: September 03, 2020, 07:20:49 PM »
hello Ed
concerning the primary directions of the Ascendant through the terms

in case i make a mistake, you consider here the primary directions of the Solar Ascendant through the terms in the Revolution? or in life

is it not what we call "divisor"?
(directed asc through the bound in all life by ptolemaic or neibod key

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Planetdance for windows / shortcuts
« on: September 03, 2020, 06:45:15 PM »
Good evening all
small detail, would it be possible to have a shortcut
database selection
Files / open / files / open
to have the large windows of the different bases in a shortcut


can we also close windows with a shortcut that are not the charts but any window displayed above the other

Thanks

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Planetdance for windows / Re: Domitude
« on: August 19, 2020, 12:25:32 PM »
It is by abuse of language that we note the domitude in degrees, because this one really represents a measurable angle only for a star located on the equator, in this case the diurnal arc is worth 180 ° (12 hours ), and the domitude then corresponds to a sort of hour angle which would be measured in the direct direction from the East point. In all other cases the domitude cannot be assimilated to an angle, its values go from 0 to 180 for the nocturnal houses and from 180 to 360 for the daytime houses, the culmination being identified by the value 270, each house being worth 30.


proportion the domifications of planets were wrong
error %

Pluton
26.6 %
Lune
7.5 %
Vénus
4.2 %
Mercure
4.2 %
Saturne
3.6 %
Mars
3.0 %
Neptune
2.7 %
Jupiter
2.0 %
Uranus
1.3 %
Soleil
0 % (of course)

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Planetdance for windows / Re: Domitude
« on: August 19, 2020, 12:20:46 PM »
where D is the declination of the star and Phi the geographic latitude of the place.
This semi-arc is only worth 6 hours for a star located on the equator. In this case the diurnal arc is equal to the nocturnal arc and the "days" of the star are equal to its "nights". The notion of domitude is very close to that of planetary hour (11): let us cut this semi-arc into three equal parts, we obtain three iso-hourly diurnal houses (i.e. traversed by the star in equal times). Domitude expresses the proportion between the hour angle (12) (reduced to its dial, that is to say to a value less than 90 °) and the value of the semi-arc on which this star is located. Needless to say, domitude can only be calculated for rising stars. The following table gives the formula for domitude in the four possible scenarios (13):

It is counted in the direct direction from the east, and this to follow the traditional order of the houses (14), and it is there that it separates from the planetary hours which, for their part, are counted from the east in the daytime direction (clockwise!). Time in time is related to domitude by the formula:


Hour = 4 x (360 - Domitude) / 60

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