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    444444<div class="paragraph"><p><span class="big">USER MANUAL</span></p></div>
    445445<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Manual authors</strong>: Willem Ferguson, Jacco van Koll, Dirk Hohndel, Reinout Hoornweg,
    446 Linus Torvalds, Miika Turkia, Amit Chaudhuri, Jan Schubert, Salvador Cuñat, Pedro Neves</p></div>
    447 <div class="paragraph"><p><span class="blue"><em>Version 4.6, January 2017</em></span></p></div>
     446Linus Torvalds, Miika Turkia, Amit Chaudhuri, Jan Schubert, Salvador Cuñat, Pedro Neves,
     447Stefan Fuchs</p></div>
     448<div class="paragraph"><p><span class="blue"><em>Version 4.6, March 2017</em></span></p></div>
    448449<div class="paragraph"><p>Welcome as a user of <em>Subsurface</em>, an advanced dive logging program with
    449450extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, interpret and print scuba
     
    504505</li>
    505506</ul></div>
    506 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface</em> binaries are available for Windows PCs (Win XP or later), Intel
    507 based Macs (OS/X) and many Linux distributions. <em>Subsurface</em> can be built for
     507<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface</em> binaries are available for Windows PCs (Win 7 or later from
     508version 4.6 of <em>Subsurface</em> onwards), Intel based Macs (OS/X) and many
     509Linux distributions. <em>Subsurface</em> can be built for
    508510many more hardware platforms and software environments where Qt and
    509511libdivecomputer are available.</p></div>
    510512<div class="paragraph"><p>This manual explains how to use the <em>Subsurface</em> program. To install
    511513the software, consult the <em>Downloads</em> page on the
    512 <a href="http://subsurface-divelog.org/"><em>Subsurface</em> web site</a>.
     514<a href="https://subsurface-divelog.org/"><em>Subsurface</em> web site</a>.
    513515Please discuss issues with this program by sending an email to
    514516<a href="mailto:subsurface@subsurface-divelog.org">our mailing list</a> and report bugs at
     
    585587<div class="sectionbody">
    586588<div class="paragraph"><p>The <em>Subsurface</em> window is usually divided into four panels with a <strong>Main
    587 Menu</strong> (File Import Log View Help) at the top of the window (for Windows
     589Menu</strong> (File Edit Import Log View Share Help) at the top of the window (for Windows
    588590and Linux) or the top of the screen (for Mac and Ubuntu Unity). The four panels are:</p></div>
    589591<div class="olist arabic"><ol class="arabic">
     
    643645<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Globe</strong>: Show only the world map, centered on the last selected dive.</p></div>
    644646<div class="paragraph"><p>Like other functions that can be accessed via the Main Menu, these options
    645 can also be triggered using keyboard shortcuts. The shortcuts for a particular system
    646 are shown with an underline in the main menu entries. Since different Operating
    647 Systems and the user’s chosen language may cause <em>Subsurface</em> to use different
    648 shortcut keys, they are not listed in this user manual.</p></div>
     647can also be triggered using keyboard shortcuts. The shortcuts
     648are shown with an underline in the main menu entries, with the Alt-key pressed,
     649or are denoted after the menu item.</p></div>
    649650<div class="paragraph"><p>When the program is started for the first time, it shows no
    650651information at all, because it does not have any dive information available. In the
     
    712713of information within <em>Subsurface</em> is a dive. The most important information
    713714in a simple dive logbook usually includes dive type, date, time, duration,
    714 depth, the names of your dive buddy and the dive master or dive guide, and
     715depth, the names of your dive buddy and the divemaster or dive guide, and
    715716some remarks about the dive. <em>Subsurface</em> can store much more
    716717information for each dive.  To add a dive to a dive log, select <em>Log
     
    764765If the dive depth was 20 m then you need to drag the appropriate waypoints
    765766downward to 20 m. To add a waypoint, double-click on
    766 any line segment. To move an additional waypoint, drag it.
     767any line segment. To move an additional waypoint, drag it. Moving can also
     768be done by selecting the waypoint and using the arrow keys.
    767769To remove a waypoint, right-click on it and choose "Remove this point" from the
    768770context menu. Drag the waypoints to represent an
     
    781783be changed by right-clicking on the particular
    782784waypoint and selecting the appropriate gas from the context menu. Changing
    783 the gas for a waypoint affects the gas shown in the segment <em>to the left</em> of
     785the gas for a waypoint affects the gas shown in the segment <em>to the right</em> of
    784786that
    785787waypoint. Note that only the gases defined in the <strong>Equipment</strong> tab appear in the
     
    807809using dive details from a wide range of dive computers. The latest list of supported
    808810dive computers can be found at:
    809 <a href="http://subsurface-divelog.org/documentation/supported-dive-computers/">
     811<a href="https://subsurface-divelog.org/documentation/supported-dive-computers/">
    810812Supported dive computers</a>.</p></div>
    811813<div class="admonitionblock">
     
    869871though these dives have already been imported to <em>Subsurface</em>. For that reason, if
    870872the dive computer allows this,
    871 <em>Subsurface</em> only imports dives that have not been uploaded before. This makes
     873<em>Subsurface</em> only imports dives that have not been downloaded before. This makes
    872874the download process faster on most dive computers and also saves battery power
    873875of the dive computer (at least for those not charging while connected via USB).</p></div>
     
    12481250</div>
    12491251<div class="paragraph"><p>The right hand image, above, shows a <strong>Notes tab</strong> filled with dive information.
    1250 The <strong>Time</strong> field reflects the date and time of the dive. By clicking
     1252The <strong>Date</strong> and <strong>Time</strong> fields reflects the date and time of the dive. By clicking
    12511253the date, a calendar is displayed for selecting
    12521254the correct date. Press ESC to close the calendar.
     
    12831285can be edited by selecting (on the <strong>Dive List</strong> panel) a dive done at that site
    12841286and by opening the location information. Click the globe button on the
    1285 right of the location name (see image on the right, above). When entering a dive location name, auto location of
    1286 dive site names makes it easy to select an existing dive site name.
     1287right of the location name (see image image <strong>A</strong> below).
    12871288When typing the name of a dive site,
    12881289a dropdown list appears showing all sites with similar names. If the dive
     
    12991300</div>
    13001301</div>
    1301 <div class="paragraph"><p>Doubleclick on the new dive site name. A panel appears to enter the coordinates and
     1302<div class="paragraph"><p>Click the globe button and a panel appears to enter the coordinates and
    13021303other information about the site (image <strong>B</strong>, above). The most important
    13031304items are the coordinates of the site. There are three ways to specify coordinates:</p></div>
     
    13651366<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Divemaster</strong>: The name of the divemaster or dive guide should be
    13661367entered in this field
    1367 which offers auto selection based on the list of dive masters in
     1368which offers auto selection based on the list of divemasters in
    13681369the current logbook.</p></div>
    13691370<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Buddy</strong>: In this field, enter the name(s) of the buddy or buddies
     
    14891490<div class="sect3">
    14901491<h4 id="_editing_several_selected_dives_simultaneously">5.2.6. Editing several selected dives simultaneously</h4>
    1491 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>METHOD 1</em>: After uploading dives from
     1492<div class="paragraph"><p><em>METHOD 1</em>: After downloading dives from
    14921493a dive computer, the dive profiles of each is shown in the <strong>Dive profile</strong> tab, as well
    14931494as a few items of information
     
    15921593<em>Subsurface</em> currently cannot handle.</p></div>
    15931594<div class="paragraph"><p>If the format of other software is supported natively on Subsurface, select
    1594 either <em>Import &#8594;  Import log files</em> or <em>File &#8594;  Open log file</em>. <em>Subsurface</em> supports the data formats
     1595either <em>Import &#8594;  Import log files</em> or <em>File &#8594;  Open log file</em>. Notice that
     1596the import adds the imported data to the current <strong>Dive list</strong>, and the open style
     1597starts a new dive list. <em>Subsurface</em> supports the data formats
    15951598of many dive computers, including Suunto, Shearwater and some CCR equipment. When importing dives, <em>Subsurface</em>
    15961599tries to detect multiple records for
     
    16771680<p>
    16781681Underwater technologies AV1 dive logs
     1682</p>
     1683</li>
     1684<li>
     1685<p>
     1686Divesoft dive logs
     1687</p>
     1688</li>
     1689<li>
     1690<p>
     1691Poseidon MK VI eCCR dive logs
    16791692</p>
    16801693</li>
     
    19831996</tr></table>
    19841997</div>
    1985 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>CSV</em> files can be created or edited with a normal text editor. The most important attribute of a
     1998<div class="paragraph"><p>The most important attribute of a
    19861999<em>CSV</em> file is the <em>field separator</em>, the character used to separate fields within a single line. The
    19872000field separator is frequently a comma, a colon, a SPACE character or a TAB character. When exporting data from
     
    20172030<div class="literalblock">
    20182031<div class="content">
    2019 <pre><code>Dive Time (s)   Depth (m)       pO₂ - Setpoint (Bar)  pO₂ - C1 Cell 1 (Bar) Ambient temp. (Celsius)
     2032<pre><code>Dive Time (s)   Depth (m)       pO~2~ - Setpoint (Bar)  pO~2~ - C1 Cell 1 (Bar) Ambient temp. (Celsius)
    202020330       0.0     0.70    0.81    13.1
    202120340       1.2     0.70    0.71    13.1
     
    21582171when an Internet connection has been re-established.</p></div>
    21592172<div class="paragraph"><p>From the <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> main menu, select <em>GPS</em>  &#8594; <em>Upload GPS data</em>. The
    2160 locations are uploaded. Check the indicator at the top of the mobile screen for
    2161 internet activity, indicating the transfer of information.</p></div>
     2173locations are uploaded.</p></div>
    21622174</div>
    21632175<div class="sect4">
     
    22002212  <a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.subsurface">Google Play Store</a>
    22012213  or from
    2202   <a href="http://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdfilter=subsurface&amp;fdid=org.subsurface">F-Droid</a>.
     2214  <a href="https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdfilter=subsurface&amp;fdid=org.subsurface">F-Droid</a>.
    22032215</p>
    22042216</li>
     
    22392251<td class="content">In the <em>Subsurface</em> main program, the <strong>DIVERID</strong> should also be entered on the
    22402252Default Preferences
    2241 panel, by selecting <em>File &#8594;  Preferences &#8594;  Defaults</em> from the main menu
     2253panel, by selecting <em>File &#8594;  Preferences &#8594;  General</em> from the main menu
    22422254in <em>Subsurface</em> itself.
    22432255This helps synchronization between <em>Subsurface</em> and the Companion App.</td>
     
    22802292Import local GPX file: The Android device searches for .gpx files and located
    22812293  archives will be shown. The selected .gpx file is opened and its
    2282   locations shown. Now select the appropriate locations, then select the
    2283   tab in the upper right, afterAndroid device.
    2284 </p>
    2285 </li>
    2286 </ul></div>
    2287 <div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Dive lists of dive locations</strong></p></div>
     2294  locations shown. Now select the appropriate locations, and select the check
     2295  symbol in the upper right to add them.
     2296</p>
     2297</li>
     2298</ul></div>
     2299<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>List of dive locations</strong></p></div>
    22882300<div class="paragraph"><p>The main screen shows a list of dive locations, each with a name, date and
    22892301time (see <strong>A</strong> below). Some locations may have an arrow-up icon over the selection box to the left
     
    23102322<li>
    23112323<p>
    2312 Edit (pencil):  Change the text name or other characteristics of the dive location.
     2324Edit (pencil):  Change the name of the dive location.
    23132325</p>
    23142326</li>
     
    25382550<div class="sect3">
    25392551<h4 id="_loading_photos_and_synchronizing_between_dive_computer_and_camera">5.5.1. Loading photos and synchronizing between dive computer and camera</h4>
    2540 <div class="paragraph"><p>Left-lick on a dive or on a group of dives on the dive list, bringing up the <a href="#S_DiveListContextMenu">Dive list context Menu</a>. Right-click the appropriate
    2541 option to import images either from
     2552<div class="paragraph"><p>Right-click on a dive or on a group of dives on the dive list, bringing up the <a href="#S_DiveListContextMenu">Dive list context Menu</a>.
     2553Select the appropriate option to import images either from
    25422554file or from the Internet. The system file browser appears. Select the folder and
    25432555photographs that need to be loaded into <em>Subsurface</em> and click the <em>Open</em> button.</p></div>
     
    25522564assumes there is an Internet connection each time this photo is viewed within
    25532565<em>Subsurface</em>.</p></div>
    2554 <div class="paragraph"><p>Having selected the local folder ot Internet image to be imported, the time synchronization dialog appears (see image below). The time
     2566<div class="paragraph"><p>Having selected the local folder or Internet image to be imported, the time synchronization dialog appears (see image below). The time
    25552567synchronization is not perfect between the dive computer used during a dive
    25562568and the camera used during that same dive. These two devices
     
    28532865</div>
    28542866<div class="sect3">
    2855 <h4 id="S_sSCR_dives">5.6.3. Semi-closed circuit rebreather (SCR) dives</h4>
     2867<h4 id="S_sSCR_dives">5.6.3. Passive semi-closed circuit rebreather (pSCR) dives</h4>
    28562868<div class="admonitionblock">
    28572869<table><tr>
     
    28622874recirculates the breathing gas a diver uses, while removing carbon dioxide from
    28632875the exhaled gas. While a small amount (typically a tenth) of the exhaled breathing gas is released into the water,
    2864 a small amount of fresh gas is released from the back gas cylinder (typically containing nitrox).
     2876a small amount of fresh gas is released from the driving gas cylinder.
    28652877A diver using a single cylinder of breathing gas can therefore dive for much longer periods than
    28662878using a recreational open-circuit configuration. With pSCR equipment, a very small amount of breathing
    28672879gas is released every time the diver inhales. With active SCR (aSCR) equipment, in contrast, a small amount of
    2868 breathing gas is released continuously from the back cylinder.</td>
     2880breathing gas is released continuously from the driving cylinder.</td>
    28692881</tr></table>
    28702882</div>
     
    28862898<div class="paragraph"><p>If a pSCR <em>Dive Mode</em> has been selected, the dive ceiling for that is adjusted for the oxygen
    28872899drop across the mouthpiece, which often requires longer decompression periods. Below is a dive profile
    2888 of a pSCR dive using EAN36 on the back cylinder and oxygen for decompression. Note that this dive lasted
     2900of a pSCR dive using EAN36 as bottom gas and oxygen for decompression. Note that this dive lasted
    28892901over two hours.</p></div>
    28902902<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     
    29672979oxygen sensors can be shown. The display of additional CCR information is turned on by
    29682980checking the appropriate boxes in the <em>Preferences</em> panel (accessible by
    2969 selecting <a href="#S_CCR_options"><em>File &#8594;  Preferences &#8594;  Graph</em></a>). This part of
     2981selecting <a href="#S_CCR_options"><em>File &#8594;  Preferences &#8594;  Profile</em></a>). This part of
    29702982the <em>Preferences</em> panel is shown in the image below, representing two checkboxes that modify
    29712983the display of pO<sub>2</sub> when the appropriate toolbar button on the Dive Profile
     
    29832995<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    29842996<div class="content">
    2985 <img src="images/CCR_setpoint_f20.jpg" alt="FIGURE: CCR setpoint and po2 graph" />
     2997<img src="images/CCR_setpoint_f20.jpg" alt="FIGURE: CCR setpoint and pO~2~ graph" />
    29862998</div>
    29872999</div>
     
    30453057</div>
    30463058<div class="paragraph"><p>The default color of the computer-generated deco ceiling is white. This can be set to red
    3047 by checking the appropriate check box after selecting <em>File  &#8594;  Preferences  &#8594;  Graph</em>.
     3059by checking the appropriate check box after selecting <em>File  &#8594;  Preferences  &#8594;  Profile</em>.
    30483060Below is a dive profile indicating the dive computer-generated deco ceiling:</p></div>
    30493061<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     
    31843196<div class="paragraph"><p>The Information box displays a large range of information about the dive
    31853197profile. Normally the Information Box is located to the top left of the <strong>Dive
    3186 Profile</strong> panel. If the mouse points outside of the <strong>Dive Profile</strong> panel, then
    3187 only the top line of the Information Box is visible (see left-hand part of
    3188 figure (<strong>A</strong>) below). The Information Box can be moved around in the <strong>Dive Profile</strong>
     3198Profile</strong> panel. The Information Box can be moved around in the <strong>Dive Profile</strong>
    31893199panel by click-dragging it with the mouse so that it is not obstructing
    31903200important detail. The position of the Information Box is saved and used again
     
    32173227gas mixture used. MOD is dependent on the oxygen concentration in the breathing gas.
    32183228For air (21% oxygen) it is around 57 m if a maximum pO<sub>2</sub> of 1.4 is specified in the <strong>Preferences</strong> section
    3219 (select <em>File &#8594; Preferences &#8594; Graph</em> and edit the text box <em>pO<sub>2</sub> in calculating MOD</em>.
     3229(select <em>File &#8594; Preferences &#8594; Profile</em> and edit the text box <em>pO<sub>2</sub> in calculating MOD</em>.
    32203230When diving below the MOD there is a markedly increased risk of exposure to the dangers of oxygen toxicity.</td>
    32213231</tr></table>
     
    32323242is, there is an ascent ceiling above the diver) then TTS gives the number of minutes
    32333243required before the diver can surface. TTS includes ascent time as well as decompression
    3234 time. TTS is calculated assuming an ascent surface air consumption (SAC) for
    3235 the gas currently used. Even if the profile contains several gas
     3244time. Even if the profile contains several gas
    32363245switches, TTS at a specific moment during the dive is calculated using the current gas.
    32373246TTS longer than 2 hours is not accurately calculated and Subsurface only indicates <em>TTS &gt; 2h</em>.</td>
     
    33143323  factor that applies to the depth of
    33153324  the diver at the particular point on the <strong>Dive Profile</strong>. The gradient factor shown is an
    3316   interpolation between the GFLow and GFHigh values specified in the <em>Graph</em> tab of the <strong>Preferences
     3325  interpolation between the GFLow and GFHigh values specified in the <em>Profile</em> tab of the <strong>Preferences
    33173326  Panel</strong> of <em>Subsurface</em>.
    33183327</p>
     
    38193828</div>
    38203829<div class="sect3">
    3821 <h4 id="_collapsing_or_expanding_dive_information_for_different_trips">7.3.3. Collapsing or expanding dive information for different trips</h4>
    3822 <div class="paragraph"><p>After selecting a particular trip in the dive list, the
    3823 context menu allows several options to expand or collapse dives
    3824 within trips. This includes expanding all trips and collapsing all trips.</p></div>
    3825 </div>
    3826 <div class="sect3">
    3827 <h4 id="_merging_dives_from_more_than_one_trip_into_a_single_trip">7.3.4. Merging dives from more than one trip into a single trip</h4>
     3830<h4 id="_merging_dives_from_more_than_one_trip_into_a_single_trip">7.3.3. Merging dives from more than one trip into a single trip</h4>
    38283831<div class="paragraph"><p>After selecting a trip title, the context menu allows the merging
    38293832of trips by either merging the selected trip with the trip below or with the
     
    38313834</div>
    38323835<div class="sect3">
    3833 <h4 id="_splitting_a_single_trip_into_more_than_one_trip">7.3.5. Splitting a single trip into more than one trip</h4>
    3834 <div class="paragraph"><p>If a trip includes ten dives, you can split this trip into two trips (trip 1:
    3835 top 4 dives; trip 2: bottom 6 dives) by selecting and right-clicking the top
     3836<h4 id="_splitting_a_single_trip_into_more_than_one_trip">7.3.4. Splitting a single trip into more than one trip</h4>
     3837<div class="paragraph"><p>If a trip includes, for example, ten dives, you can split this trip into two trips (trip 1:
     3838top four dives; trip 2: bottom six dives) by selecting and right-clicking the top
    38363839four dives. The resulting context menu lets the user create a new trip by
    38373840choosing the option <strong>Create new trip above</strong>. The top four dives are then
     
    39273930<h3 id="S_Filter">7.5. Filtering the dive list</h3>
    39283931<div class="paragraph"><p>The dives in the <strong>Dive List</strong> panel can be filtered, selecting only some
    3929 of the dives based on their attributes, e.g. dive tags, dive site, dive master, buddy or protective
     3932of the dives based on their attributes, e.g. dive tags, dive site, divemaster, buddy or protective
    39303933clothing. For instance, filtering lets you list the deep dives at a particular
    39313934dive site, or otherwise the cave dives with a particular buddy.</p></div>
     
    39933996</div>
    39943997<div class="paragraph"><p>Having established a login to <em>Facebook</em>, transferring a dive profile to a <em>Facebook</em> timeline is easy.
    3995 In the <em>Subsurface</em> <strong>Dive Profile</strong> panel, highlight the dive to be transferred.
     3998In the <em>Subsurface</em> <strong>Dive List</strong> panel, highlight the dive to be transferred.
    39963999Then, from the <strong>Main Menu</strong>, select <em>Share on &#8594; Facebook</em>. A dialogue box
    39974000is shown, determining the amount of additional information to be transferred
     
    42694272Internet.
    42704273For instance
    4271 <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/"><em>Dropbox</em></a>
     4274<a href="https://www.dropbox.com/"><em>Dropbox</em></a>
    42724275offers a free application that allows
    42734276files on the Dropbox servers to be seen as a local folder on a desktop computer.</p></div>
     
    42844287the remote copy in the <em>Dropbox</em> server in the Cloud will be automatically updated whenever
    42854288Internet access is available.</p></div>
    4286 <div class="paragraph"><p>In this way a dive log in
    4287 your <em>Dropbox</em> folder can be accessed seamlessly from the Internet and can
    4288 be accessed anywhere with Internet access. Currently there are no costs
    4289 involved for this service. Dropbox (Windows, Mac
    4290 and Linux) can be installed by accessing the
    4291 <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/install"><em>Install Page on the Dropbox website</em></a>
    4292 . Alternatively you can use <em>Dropbox</em> as a way back up your dive log. To
    4293 Store a dive log on <em>Dropbox</em>, select <em>File &#8594;  Save as</em> from the <em>Subsurface</em> main menu,
    4294 navigate to the <em>Dropbox</em> folder and select the <em>Save</em> button. To access the dive log
    4295 in <em>Dropbox</em>, select <em>File &#8594;  Open Logbook</em> from the <em>Subsurface</em>
    4296 main menu and navigate to the dive log file in the <em>Dropbox</em> folder and select the
    4297 <em>Open</em> button.</p></div>
    4298 <div class="paragraph"><p>Several paid services exist on the Internet (e.g. Google, Amazon) where the same
    4299 process could be used for the Cloud-based storage of dive logs.</p></div>
    43004289</div>
    43014290</div>
     
    44924481<h2 id="S_Configure">12. Configuring a dive computer</h2>
    44934482<div class="sectionbody">
    4494 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface</em> lets you configure a dive computer. Currently the Heinrichs-Weikamp (OSTC 2, OSTC 3) and
     4483<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface</em> lets you configure a dive computer. Currently, the Heinrichs-Weikamp (OSTC 2/2N/2C, OSTC 3, Sport) and
    44954484Suunto Vyper (Stinger, Mosquito, D3, Vyper, Vytec,
    44964485Cobra, Gekko and Zoop) family of dive computers are supported. A large number of settings of these dive computers
     
    45494538<em>File &#8594;  Preferences</em>, mostly affecting the way in which <em>Subsurface</em>
    45504539shows dive information to the user. The settings are in
    4551 six panels: <em>Defaults</em>, <em>Units</em>, <em>Graph</em>, <em>Language</em>, <em>Network</em>, and <em>Georeference</em>,
     4540six panels: <em>General</em>, <em>Units</em>, <em>Profile</em>, <em>Language</em>, <em>Network</em>, and <em>Georeference</em>,
    45524541all of which operate on the same principles: specified settings can be applied to the display of
    45534542the dive log by selecting <em>Apply</em>. At this stage, any new settings only apply to the present
     
    45564545apply the new preferences, select <em>Cancel</em>.</p></div>
    45574546<div class="sect2">
    4558 <h3 id="_defaults">13.1. Defaults</h3>
    4559 <div class="paragraph"><p>There are several headings in the <strong>Defaults</strong> panel:</p></div>
    4560 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    4561 <div class="content">
    4562 <img src="images/Pref1_f23.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Preferences defaults page" />
     4547<h3 id="_general">13.1. General</h3>
     4548<div class="paragraph"><p>There are several headings in the <strong>General</strong> panel:</p></div>
     4549<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     4550<div class="content">
     4551<img src="images/Pref1_f23.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Preferences general page" />
    45634552</div>
    45644553</div>
     
    46484637</div>
    46494638<div class="sect2">
    4650 <h3 id="_graph">13.3. Graph</h3>
     4639<h3 id="_profile">13.3. Profile</h3>
    46514640<div class="paragraph"><p>This panel has three sections:</p></div>
    46524641<div class="imageblock" id="S_CCR_options" style="text-align:center;">
     
    46934682<li>
    46944683<p>
    4695 <em>CCR: Show setpoints when viewing pO2:</em> With this checkbox activated, the pO<sub>2</sub>
     4684<em>CCR: Show setpoints when viewing pO<sub>2</sub>:</em> With this checkbox activated, the pO<sub>2</sub>
    46964685    graph on the dive profile has an overlay in red which indicates the CCR setpoint
    46974686    values. See the section on <a href="#S_CCR_dives">Closed Circuit Rebreather dives</a>.
     
    47394728<li>
    47404729<p>
    4741 Bühlmann: Set the <em>gradient factors</em> (GFlow and GFHigh) for calculcating the deco ceiling following
     4730Bühlmann: Set the <em>gradient factors</em> (GFLow and GFHigh) for calculcating the deco ceiling following
    47424731   the ZH-L16 algorithm. GF_Low is the gradient factor at depth and GF_High is used at the surface.
    47434732   At intermediate depths gradient factors between GF_Low and GF_High are used.
     
    47484737   factors of 20/60 are considered conservative and values of 70/90 are considered
    47494738   harsh.
    4750    In addition decide whether to check the <em>GFLow at max depth</em> box. If checked, GF_Low is used for the
     4739   In addition decide whether to check the <em>GFLow at max. depth</em> box. If checked, GF_Low is used for the
    47514740   deepest dive depth and linearly increased up to the GF_High value at the surface. If unchecked,
    47524741   GF_Low is used between the deepest dive depth and the first deco stop, after which the
     
    48274816or French. <strong>This particular preference requires a restart of <em>Subsurface</em> to take
    48284817effect</strong>.</p></div>
    4829 <div class="paragraph"><p>In this section also specify appropriate date an time formats for showing dive details.</p></div>
     4818<div class="paragraph"><p>In this section also specify appropriate date and time formats for showing dive details.</p></div>
    48304819</div>
    48314820<div class="sect2">
     
    48334822<div class="paragraph"><p>This panel facilitates communication between <em>Subsurface</em> and data sources on the Internet.
    48344823This is important, for instance, when <em>Subsurface</em> needs to communicate with web
    4835 services such as Cloud storage or the <a href="#S_Companion"><em>Subsurface Companion app</em></a>. These Internet requirements are determined by your type of
    4836 connection to the Internet and by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) used.
    4837 Your ISP should provide the appropriate information.</p></div>
     4824services such as Cloud storage, the <a href="#S_Companion"><em>Subsurface Companion app</em></a> or when you want to communicate through a proxy.</p></div>
    48384825<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    48394826<div class="content">
     
    48454832<li>
    48464833<p>
    4847 <em>Proxy type</em>:
     4834<em>Proxy</em>:
    48484835If a proxy server is used for Internet access, the type of proxy needs to be selected from the dropdown list,
    48494836after which the IP address of the host and the appropriate port number should
     
    49074894<em>Log &#8594;  Plan Dive</em> from the main menu. It allows calculation of
    49084895inert gas load during a dive by using the Bühlmann ZH-L16 algorithm with the addition
    4909 of gradient factors as implemented by Erik Baker.</p></div>
     4896of gradient factors as implemented by Erik Baker, or using the VPM-B model.</p></div>
    49104897<div class="sidebarblock">
    49114898<div class="content">
     
    49604947<h3 id="_the_em_subsurface_em_dive_planner_screen">14.1. The <em>Subsurface</em> dive planner screen</h3>
    49614948<div class="paragraph"><p>Like the <em>Subsurface</em> dive log, the planner screen is divided into several sections (see image below). The <strong>setup</strong>
    4962 parameters for a dive are entered into the sections on the left hand side of the screen.
     4949parameters for a dive are entered into the sections on the left hand and bottom side of the screen.
    49634950They are: Available Gases, Rates, Planning, Gas Options and Notes.</p></div>
    49644951<div class="paragraph"><p>At the top right hand is a green <strong>design panel</strong> on which the profile of the dive can be
     
    50175004  as well as the gas composition within that cylinder. This is done in a similar way as for
    50185005  <a href="#cylinder_definitions">providing cylinder data for dive logs</a>. Choose the cylinder type by
    5019   double clicking the cylinder type and using the dropdown list, then specify the work
    5020   pressure of this cylinder. By leaving the oxygen concentration (O2%) field empty,
     5006  double clicking the cylinder type and using the dropdown list, then specify the start
     5007  pressure of this cylinder. By leaving the oxygen concentration (O<sub>2</sub>%) field empty,
    50215008  the cylinder is assumed to contain air. Otherwise enter the oxygen and/or helium
    50225009  concentration in the boxes provided in this dialogue. Add additional cylinders by using the
     
    50325019<p>
    50335020Deco switch at: the switch depth for deco gases. Unless overridden by the user, this will be
    5034     automatically calculated based on the Deco pO preference (default 1.6 bar)
     5021    automatically calculated based on the Deco pO<sub>2</sub> preference (default 1.6 bar)
    50355022</p>
    50365023</li>
     
    50385025<p>
    50395026Bot. MOD: the gas Maximum Operating Depth (MOD) if it is used as a bottom mix. Automatically
    5040     calculated based on the Bottom pO preference (default 1.4 bar). Editing this field will modify the
    5041     O₂% according to the depth set. Set to <em>'*</em>' to calculate the best O₂% for the dive maximum depth.
     5027    calculated based on the Bottom pO<sub>2</sub> preference (default 1.4 bar). Editing this field will modify the
     5028    O<sub>2</sub>% according to the depth set. Set to <em>'*</em>' to calculate the best O<sub>2</sub>% for the dive maximum depth.
    50425029</p>
    50435030</li>
     
    50705057    marked <em>Dive planner points</em>. The first line of the table represents the duration and the final
    50715058    depth of the descent from the surface. Subsequent segments describe the bottom phase of the dive.
    5072     The <em>CC set point</em> column is only relevant for closed circuit divers.
     5059    The <em>CC setpoint</em> column is only relevant for closed circuit divers.
    50735060    The ascent is usually not specified because this is what the planner is supposed to calculate.
    50745061    Add additional segments to the profile by selecting the "+" icon at the top right hand of the
     
    51135100<p>
    51145101Then define the cylinder size,
    5115   the gas mixture (air or % oxygen) and the starting cylinder pressure in the top left-hand
     5102  the gas mixture (air or % oxygen) and the working cylinder pressure in the top left-hand
    51165103  section of the planner under <em>Available gases</em>.
    51175104</p>
     
    51675154<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    51685155<div class="content">
    5169 <img src="images/rec_diveplan.jpg" alt="FIGURE: A recreational dive plan: setup" />
     5156<img src="images/Planner_OC_rec.jpg" alt="FIGURE: A recreational dive plan: setup" />
    51705157</div>
    51715158</div>
     
    51785165as well as the deco model (GFLow, GFHigh or Conservatism level) under the headings <em>Rates</em> and <em>Planning</em>
    51795166to the bottom left of the planning screen. Two deco models are supported the Bühlmann model and the VPM-B
    5180 model. Select one of the two models. When selecting the Bühlmann model, the gradient factors (GFhigh and GFlow
     5167model. Select one of the two models. When selecting the Bühlmann model, the gradient factors (GFHigh and GFLow
    51815168need to be specified. Initially, the GFHigh and GFLow values in the <em>Preferences</em>
    51825169panel of <em>Subsurface</em> is used. If these are changed within the planner (see <em>Gas Options</em> within
     
    52055192<li>
    52065193<p>
    5207 <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Deco-Divers-Decompression-Theory-Physiology/dp/1905492073/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1403932320&amp;sr=1-1&amp;keywords=deco+for+divers"><em>Deco for Divers</em>, by Mark Powell (2008). Aquapress</a> Southend-on-Sea, UK. ISBN 10: 1-905492-07-3.
     5194<a href="https://www.amazon.com/Deco-Divers-Decompression-Theory-Physiology/dp/1905492073/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1403932320&amp;sr=1-1&amp;keywords=deco+for+divers"><em>Deco for Divers</em>, by Mark Powell (2008). Aquapress</a> Southend-on-Sea, UK. ISBN 10: 1-905492-07-3.
    52085195An excellent non-technical review that discusses both the Bühlmann deco model and the VPM-B model.
    52095196</p>
     
    52215208bottom part of the dive (<em>bottom po2</em>) as well as for the decompression part of the dive (<em>deco po2</em>).
    52225209Commonly used values are 1.4 bar for the bottom part of the dive and 1.6 bar for any decompression
    5223 stages. Normally, a partial pressure of 1.6 bar is not exceeded. PO2 settings and the depth at which switching to a gas takes place can also be edited in the
    5224 <em>Available Gases</em> dialog. Normally the planner decides on switching to a new gas when, during
     5210stages. Normally, a partial pressure of 1.6 bar is not exceeded. The depth at which switching to a gas
     5211takes place can be edited in the
     5212<em>Available Gases</em> dialog. Normally, the planner decides on switching to a new gas when, during
    52255213ascent, the partial pressure of the new gas has decreased to 1.6 bar.</p></div>
    52265214<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>c) Gas management</strong>: With open-circuit dives this is a primary
     
    52395227the limit of the gas supply but that an appropriate reserve is kept
    52405228for unforeseen circumstances.
    5241 For technical diving, this reserve can be up to 66% of the total available gas.</p></div>
     5229For technical diving, this reserve can be up to 66% of the total available gas.
     5230In addition to calculating the total gas consumption for every cylinder the planner provides one way
     5231of calculating the recommended volume of bottom gas which is needed for safe asscent to the
     5232first deco gas change depth or the surface. This procedure is called the "minimum gas" or "rock bottom"
     5233consideration and it is used by various (but not all)
     5234technical diving organisations. The calculation assumes that in worst case an out of gas (OoG)
     5235situation could occur at the end of the planned bottom time at maximum depth. This OoG event forces
     5236the buddy team the share the gas of one diver and to stay at maximum depth for an additional
     5237time of n minutes (preferences option "problem solving time").
     5238At the same moment the combined SAC of both divers is increased by a estimated factor (preferences option
     5239"SAC factor") compared to the SAC factor of a single diver under normal conditions.
     5240The result of the minimum gas calculation for the bottom gas is printed to the planner output as an
     5241additional information. No automatic checks are performed based on this result.
     5242Please take care that the feature only gives valid results for simple, rectengular shaped single
     5243level dive profiles. For multi level dives one would need to check every leg of the profile independently.</p></div>
    52425244<div class="paragraph"><p>Now you can start the detailed time-depth planning of the dive. <em>Subsurface</em> offers an unique
    52435245graphical interface for doing planning. The mechanics are
     
    52555257of that table corresponds to one of the gas mixtures specified in the <em>Available Gases</em> table.
    52565258Add new waypoints until the main features of the dive have been completed, e.g. the
    5257 bottom time segment and deep stops (if these are implemented). Leave the remaining
    5258 waypoints on the ascent to <em>Subsurface</em>. In most cases <em>Subsurface</em>
     5259bottom time segment and deep stops (if these are implemented). In most cases <em>Subsurface</em>
    52595260computes additional way points in order to fulfill decompression requirements for that
    5260 dive. A waypoint can be moved by selecting it and by using the arrow keys.
     5261dive. A waypoint can also be moved by selecting it and by using the arrow keys.
    52615262The waypoints listed in the <em>Dive Planner Points</em> dialogue can be edited by hand in
    52625263order to get a precise presentation of the dive plan. In fact, it is sometimes more easy to create the
     
    52655266in the section <a href="#S_CreateProfile">hand-creating a dive profile</a>. These changes should
    52665267reflect the cylinders and gas compositions defined in the table with <em>Available Gases</em>.
    5267 If two or more gases are used, automatic gas switches will be suggested during the ascent to
    5268 the surface. These changes can be deleted by right-clicking the gas change and
    5269 manually creating a gas change by right-clicking on the appropriate
    5270 waypoint.</p></div>
    5271 <div class="paragraph"><p>A non-zero value in the "CC set point" column of the table of dive planner points
     5268If two or more gases are used, automatic gas switches will be planned during the ascent to
     5269the surface.</p></div>
     5270<div class="paragraph"><p>A non-zero value in the "CC setpoint" column of the table of dive planner points
    52725271indicates a valid setpoint for oxygen partial pressure and that the segment
    52735272is dived using a closed circuit rebreather (CCR). If the last manually entered
     
    52775276decompression is computed in OC mode and the planner only considers gas
    52785277changes in OC mode.</p></div>
    5279 <div class="paragraph"><p>Below is an example of a dive plan to 45m using EAN26, followed by an ascent using EAN50
    5280 and using the settings as described above.</p></div>
    5281 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    5282 <div class="content">
    5283 <img src="images/DivePlanner2_f20.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Planning a dive: setup" />
     5278<div class="paragraph"><p>Below is an example of a dive plan to 45m using Tx21/35, followed by an ascent using EAN50
     5279and oxygen and using the settings as described above.</p></div>
     5280<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     5281<div class="content">
     5282<img src="images/Planner_OC_deco_VPM.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Planning a dive: setup" />
    52845283</div>
    52855284</div>
     
    53055304<div class="paragraph"><p>To plan a dive using a passive semi-closed rebreather (pSCR), select <em>pSCR</em> rather than
    53065305<em>Open circuit</em> in the dropdown list.
    5307 The parameters of the pSCR dive can be set by selecting  <em>File &#8594;   Preferences &#8594;   Graph</em>
     5306The parameters of the pSCR dive can be set by selecting  <em>File &#8594;   Preferences &#8594;   Profile</em>
    53085307from the main menu, where the gas consumption calculation takes into account the pSCR dump
    53095308ratio (default 1:10) as well as the metabolic rate. The calculation also takes the oxygen drop
    53105309accross the mouthpiece of the rebreather into account. If the
    53115310pO<sub>2</sub> drops below what is considered safe, a warning appears in the <em>Dive plan
    5312 details</em>. A typical pSCR configuration is with a single cylinder and one or more bail-out
    5313 cylinders. Therefore the setup of the <em>Available gases</em> and the <em>Dive planner points</em> tables
    5314 are very similar to that of a CCR dive plan, described below. However, no oxygen setpoints
     5311details</em>. A typical pSCR cylinder setup is very similar to an open circuit dive;
     5312one or more drive cilinders, possibly with different bottom and decompression
     5313gasses, including gas switches during the dive like in open circuit diving.
     5314Therefore, the setup of the <em>Available gases</em> and the <em>Dive planner points</em> tables
     5315are very similar to that of a open circuit dive plan, described above. However, no oxygen setpoints
    53155316are specified for pSCR dives. Below is a dive plan for a pSCR dive. The dive is comparable
    53165317to that of the CCR dive below, but note the longer ascent duration due to the lower oxygen
     
    53295330diluent cylinder and for any bail-out cylinders. Do NOT enter the information for the oxygen
    53305331cylinder since it is implied when the <em>CCR</em> dropdown selection is made.</p></div>
    5331 <div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Entering setpoints</strong>: Specify a default setpoint in the Preferences tab, by selecting <em>File &#8594;  Preferences &#8594;  Graph</em> from
     5332<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Entering setpoints</strong>: Specify a default setpoint in the Preferences tab, by selecting <em>File &#8594;  Preferences &#8594;  Profile</em> from
    53325333the main menu. All user-entered segments in the <em>Dive planner points</em> table
    53335334use the default setpoint value. Then, different setpoints can be specified for dive segments
     
    53825383for wet notes. You can also cut and paste the <em>Dive Plan Details</em> to
    53835384include in a text file or word processing document.</p></div>
    5384 <div class="paragraph"><p>Dive plans have many characteristics in common with dive logs (dive profile, dive notes, etc).
    5385 After a dive plan has been saved, the dive details and gas calculations are saved in
    5386 the <strong>Notes</strong> tab. While a dive plan is being designed, it can be printed using
    5387 the <em>Print</em> button in the dive planner. This prints the dive details and gas calculations
    5388 in the <em>Dive Plan Details</em> panel of the dive planner. However, after the plan has been saved, it is
     5385<div class="paragraph"><p>However, after the plan has been saved, it is
    53895386represented in a way very similar to a dive log and the gas calculations cannot be
    53905387accessed in the same way as during the planning process. The only way to print the
     
    54795476<tr>
    54805477<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">--version</p></td>
    5481 <td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">Prints the current version of <em>Subsurface</em>.</p></td>
     5478<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">Prints the current version of <em>Subsurface</em></p></td>
    54825479</tr>
    54835480<tr>
     
    54975494<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">Create a dedicated console if needed (Windows only). Add this option before everything else</p></td>
    54985495</tr>
     5496<tr>
     5497<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">--win32log</p></td>
     5498<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">Write the program output to subsurface.log (Windows only). Add option before everything else</p></td>
     5499</tr>
    54995500</tbody>
    55005501</table>
     
    57605761<p>
    57615762<em>Check for updates</em> - Find out whether a newer version of Subsurface is available
    5762   on the <a href="http://subsurface-divelog.org/"><em>Subsurface</em> web site</a>.
     5763  on the <a href="https://subsurface-divelog.org/"><em>Subsurface</em> web site</a>.
    57635764</p>
    57645765</li>
     
    58175818          based on the Silicon Labs CP2101 or similar chip can be found as
    58185819          <em>Mac_OSX_VCP_Driver.zip</em> at the
    5819 <a href="http://www.silabs.com/support/pages/document-library.aspx?p=Interface&amp;f=USB%20Bridges&amp;pn=CP2101">Silicon Labs document and software repository</a>.
     5820<a href="https://www.silabs.com/support/pages/document-library.aspx?p=Interface&amp;f=USB%20Bridges&amp;pn=CP2101">Silicon Labs document and software repository</a>.
    58205821</p>
    58215822</li>
     
    60296030Write down or copy the MAC address of your dive computer - this needed later and should be in the form  00:11:22:33:44:55.</p></div>
    60306031<div class="paragraph"><p>If the graphical method doesn&#8217;t work, pair the device from the command line. Open a terminal
    6031 and use <code>hciconfig</code> to check the Bluetooth controller status</p></div>
     6032and use <code>hciconfig</code> to check the Bluetooth controller status.</p></div>
    60326033<div class="literalblock">
    60336034<div class="content">
     
    60546055</div></div>
    60556056<div class="paragraph"><p>Check that the status now includes <code><em>UP</em>, <em>RUNNING</em> AND <em>AUTH</em></code>.</p></div>
    6056 <div class="paragraph"><p>If there are multiple controllers running, it&#8217;s easiest to off the unused controller(s). For example, for <code>hci1</code>:</p></div>
     6057<div class="paragraph"><p>If there are multiple controllers running, it&#8217;s easiest to turn off the unused controller(s). For example, for <code>hci1</code>:</p></div>
    60576058<div class="literalblock">
    60586059<div class="content">
     
    60956096        bluez-simple-agent hci0 00:11:22:33:44:55</code></pre>
    60966097</div></div>
    6097 <div class="paragraph"><p>Once ther dive computer is pired, set up the RFCOMM connection</p></div>
     6098<div class="paragraph"><p>Once the dive computer is paired, set up the RFCOMM connection.</p></div>
    60986099</div>
    60996100<div class="sect4">
     
    62766277Note: The DR5 does not seem to store gradient factors nor deco information, so
    62776278for <em>Subsurface</em> it is not possible to display them. Adjust the gradient
    6278 factors in the <em>Graph Settings</em> in <em>Subsurface</em> to generate a deco overlay in the
     6279factors in the <em>Profile Settings</em> in <em>Subsurface</em> to generate a deco overlay in the
    62796280<em>Subsurface</em> <strong>Dive Profile</strong> panel but please note that the deco calculated by
    62806281<em>Subsurface</em> will most likely differ from the one displayed on the DR5.</td>
     
    62936294Note: The xDEEP BLACK saves NDL time but does not seem to store gradient factors nor deco information, so
    62946295for <em>Subsurface</em> it is not possible to display them. Adjust the gradient
    6295 factors in the <em>Graph Settings</em> in <em>Subsurface</em> to generate a deco overlay in the
     6296factors in the <em>Profile Settings</em> in <em>Subsurface</em> to generate a deco overlay in the
    62966297<em>Subsurface</em> <strong>Dive Profile</strong> panel but please note that the deco calculated by
    62976298<em>Subsurface</em> will most likely differ from the one displayed on the xDEEP BLACK.</td>
     
    63906391<p>
    63916392Copy the contents of the clipboard into the text editor and save the text file
    6392   with a filename extension of <em>.apd</em>
     6393  with a filename extension of <em>.apd</em>.
    63936394</p>
    63946395</li>
     
    64746475<img src="images/icons/suuntologo.jpg" alt="Note" />
    64756476</td>
    6476 <td class="content">DiveManager is a MS Windows application for Suunto dive computers.
     6477<td class="content">DiveManager is a Windows application for Suunto dive computers.
    64776478Divemanager 3 (DM3) is an older version of the Suunto software. More recent
    64786479Suunto dive computers use Divemanager version 4 or 5 (DM4 or DM5). The
     
    66436644<img src="images/icons/atomiclogo.jpg" alt="Note" />
    66446645</td>
    6645 <td class="content">Atomic Logbook is a Windows software by Atomic Aquatics. It allows
     6646<td class="content">Atomic Logbook is Windows software by Atomic Aquatics. It allows
    66466647downloading of dive information from Cobalt and Cobalt 2 dive computers.
    66476648The divelog is kept in a SQLite database at
     
    67556756contains the names (or titles) of each column and the information for each dive is stored in a single row.
    67566757<em>Subsurface</em> supports many data items (Dive number, Date,
    6757 Time, Duration, Location, GPS, Max Depth, Mean Depth, Buddy, Notes, Weight and Tags).
     6758Time, Duration, Location, GPS, Max. Depth, Mean Depth, Buddy, Notes, Weight and Tags).
    67586759Organize dive data following a few simple rules:</p></div>
    67596760<div class="olist arabic"><ol class="arabic">
     
    68246825<li>
    68256826<p>
    6826 Do one of the following:
     6827Do the following:
    68276828</p>
    68286829<div class="ulist"><ul>
     
    68306831<p>
    68316832In Windows 7, click the <em>Formats</em> tab, and then click <em>Customize this format</em>.
    6832 </p>
    6833 </li>
    6834 <li>
    6835 <p>
    6836 In Windows XP, click the <em>Regional Options</em> tab, and then click <em>Customize</em>.
    68376833</p>
    68386834</li>
     
    69416937        &lt;h1&gt; 3 &lt;/h1&gt;</code></pre>
    69426938</div></div>
    6943 <div class="paragraph"><p>Additional information about <em>Grantlee</em> can be found at <a href="http://www.grantlee.org/apidox/for_themers.html">here</a></p></div>
     6939<div class="paragraph"><p>Additional information about <em>Grantlee</em> can be found <a href="http://www.grantlee.org/apidox/for_themers.html">here</a></p></div>
    69446940</div>
    69456941<div class="sect2">
     
    69886984<tr>
    69896985<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">divemaster</p></td>
    6990 <td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">(<strong>string</strong>) dive master for the dive</p></td>
     6986<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">(<strong>string</strong>) divemaster for the dive</p></td>
    69916987</tr>
    69926988<tr>
     
    71737169<div class="sect2">
    71747170<h3 id="_defined_css_selectors">21.3. Defined CSS selectors</h3>
    7175 <div class="paragraph"><p>As the dive profile is placed after rendering, <em>Subsurface</em> uses special <em>CSS</em> selectors to searche
     7171<div class="paragraph"><p>As the dive profile is placed after rendering, <em>Subsurface</em> uses special <em>CSS</em> selectors to search
    71767172in the HTML output. The <em>CSS</em> selectors in the following table should be added.</p></div>
    71777173<div class="tableblock">
     
    73257321<div id="footer">
    73267322<div id="footer-text">
    7327 Last updated 2017-01-15 11:35:43 PST
     7323Last updated 2017-04-13 11:03:51 PDT
    73287324</div>
    73297325</div>
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    r17ecb11 r86d33b9  
    445445<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Autores</strong>: Willem Ferguson, Jacco van Koll, Dirk Hohndel, Reinout Hoornweg,
    446446Linus Torvalds, Miika Turkia, Amit Chaudhuri, Jan Schubert, Salvador Cuñat,
    447 Pedro Neves</p></div>
    448 <div class="paragraph"><p><span class="BLUE"><em>Versión 4.6, Enero 2017</em></span></p></div>
     447Pedro Neves, Stefan Fuchs</p></div>
     448<div class="paragraph"><p><span class="BLUE"><em>Versión 4.6, Marzo 2017</em></span></p></div>
    449449<div class="paragraph"><p>Bienvenido como usuario de <em>Subsurface</em>, un avanzado programa de registro de
    450450inmersiones con extensa infraestructura para describir, organizar e
     
    506506</li>
    507507</ul></div>
    508 <div class="paragraph"><p>Hay binarios disponibles para PCs con Windows (XP o posterior), Macs basados en
    509 Intel (OS/X) y muchas distribuciones de Linux. <em>Subsurface</em> puede compilarse
    510 para muchas otras plataformas de hardware y entornos de software en los que
    511 estén disponibles Qt y libdivecomputer.</p></div>
     508<div class="paragraph"><p>Hay binarios disponibles para PCs con Windows (Win7 o posterior desde la
     509versión 4.6 de <em>Subsurface</em>), Macs basados en Intel (OS/X) y muchas
     510distribuciones de Linux. <em>Subsurface</em> puede compilarse para muchas otras
     511plataformas de hardware y entornos de software en los que estén disponibles Qt
     512y libdivecomputer.</p></div>
    512513<div class="paragraph"><p>Este manual explica como utilizar el programa <em>Subsurface</em>. Para instalar
    513 el software, consulta la página Descargas en <a href="http://subsurface-divelog.org/">la
     514el software, consulta la página Descargas en <a href="https://subsurface-divelog.org/">la
    514515web</a>. Por favor, comenta los problemas que tengas con este programa enviando un
    515516mail a <a href="mailto:subsurface@subsurface-divelog.org">nuestra lista de correo</a> e informa de
     
    590591<div class="sectionbody">
    591592<div class="paragraph"><p>La ventana <em>Subsurface</em> está, habitualmente, dividida en cuatro paneles con un
    592 <strong>Menú principal</strong> (Archivo Importar Registro Vista Ayuda) en la parte superior
    593 (en Windows y Linux) o en la parte superior de la pantalla (en Mac y Ubuntu
    594 Unity). Los cuatro paneles son:</p></div>
     593<strong>Menú principal</strong> (Archivo Importar Registro Vista Compartir Ayuda) en la parte
     594superior (en Windows y Linux) o en la parte superior de la pantalla (en Mac y
     595Ubuntu Unity). Los cuatro paneles son:</p></div>
    595596<div class="olist arabic"><ol class="arabic">
    596597<li>
     
    728729importante en un diario de inmersiones incluye, habitualmente, el tipo de
    729730inmersión, fecha, hora, duración, profundidad, los nombres de los compañeros de
    730 buceo o el dive master o el guía, y algunas anotaciones acerca de la inmersión.
     731buceo o el divemaster o el guía, y algunas anotaciones acerca de la inmersión.
    731732<em>Subsurface</em> puede conservar mucha más información por cada inmersión. Para
    732733añadir una inmersión a un registro de buceo, selecciona <em>Registro → Añadir
     
    798799perfil pueden editarse, Esto se hace clicando en la descripción del gas para un
    799800punto de referencia concreto y eligiendo la mezcla apropiada del menú
    800 contextual. Cambiar el gas de un punto de referencia afecta al gas mostrado a la
    801 izquierda <em>a la izquierda</em> del punto. Nótese que únicamente los gases definidos
    802 en la pestaña <strong>Equipo</strong> aparecen en el menú contextual (ver imagen a continuación).</p></div>
     801contextual. Cambiar el gas de un punto de referencia afecta al gas mostrado <em>a la
     802derecha</em> del punto. Nótese que únicamente los gases definidos en la pestaña
     803<strong>Equipo</strong> aparecen en el menú contextual (ver imagen a continuación).</p></div>
    803804<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    804805<div class="content">
     
    12961297(en el panel <strong>Lista de Inmersiones</strong>) un buceo efectuado en el lugar deseado y
    12971298abriendo la información de la ubicación haciendo clic en el botón con el globo
    1298 a la derecha del nombre del lugar (ver la imagen de arriba a la derecha).
    1299 Cuando se introduce el nombre de una ubicación, el auto completado de nombres
    1300 hace que sea fácil seleccionar un punto de buceo que ya exista en el divelog
    1301 (p.e. al teclear el nombre de un punto de buceo, aparece una lista desplegable
    1302  mostrando todos los lugares con nombres similares). Si el lugar se ha utilizado
     1299a la derecha del nombre del lugar (ver imagen <strong>A</strong> a continuación).
     1300Cuando se introduce el nombre de una ubicación, aparece una lista desplegable
     1301mostrando todos los lugares con nombres similares. Si el lugar se ha utilizado
    13031302antes, pulsa en el nombre preexistente.</p></div>
    13041303<div class="paragraph"><p>Los nombres de la lista desplegable contienen, bien un símbolo de un globo (que
     
    13121311</div>
    13131312</div>
    1314 <div class="paragraph"><p>Haz doble clic en el icono + en el lado derecho. Aparecerá un panel para
     1313<div class="paragraph"><p>Haz doble clic en el icono de la Tierra y aparecerá un panel para
    13151314introducir las coordenadas y otra información sobre el lugar que pueda ser
    13161315importante (imagen <strong>B</strong>, anterior). Lo más importante son las coordenadas del
     
    16011600<div class="paragraph"><p>Si el formato del otro software está soportado nativamente en <em>Subsurface,
    16021601debería ser suficiente con seleccionar bien _Importar&#8594;Importar archivos de
    1603 registro</em>, bien <em>Archivo&#8594;Abrir registro</em> . <em>Subsurface</em> soporta directamente
     1602registro</em>, bien <em>Archivo&#8594;Abrir registro</em>; la diferencia es que "importar" añade
     1603las nuevas inmersiones a la lista del divelog actual, mientras que "abrir"
     1604crea un nuevo divelog . <em>Subsurface</em> soporta directamente
    16041605los formatos de datos de muchos ordenadores de buceo, incluyendo Suunto,
    16051606Shearwater y algunos equipos de rebreathers.</p></div>
     
    16931694<p>
    16941695Divelog de Underwater technologies AV1
     1696</p>
     1697</li>
     1698<li>
     1699<p>
     1700Diarios de Divesoft
     1701</p>
     1702</li>
     1703<li>
     1704<p>
     1705Divelogs de Poseidon MK VI eCCR
    16951706</p>
    16961707</li>
     
    20452056<div class="literalblock">
    20462057<div class="content">
    2047 <pre><code>Dive Time (s)   Depth (m)       pO₂ - Setpoint (Bar)  pO₂ - C1 Cell 1 (Bar) Ambient temp. (Celsius)
     2058<pre><code>Dive Time (s)   Depth (m)       pO~2~ - Setpoint (Bar)  pO~2~ - C1 Cell 1 (Bar) Ambient temp. (Celsius)
    204820590       0.0     0.70    0.81    13.1
    204920600       1.2     0.70    0.71    13.1
     
    21842195tener lugar cuando se haya restablecido la conexión.</p></div>
    21852196<div class="paragraph"><p>Desde el menú principal de <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>, selecciona <em>GPS</em>&#8594;_Subir datos
    2186 GPS_. Comprueba el indicador en la parte de arriba de la pantalla que indica
    2187 la transferencia de información.</p></div>
     2197GPS_.</p></div>
    21882198</div>
    21892199<div class="sect4">
     
    22232233   <a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.subsurface">Google Play Store</a>
    22242234   o desde
    2225    <a href="http://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdfilter=subsurface&amp;fdid=org.subsurface">F-Droid</a>.
     2235   <a href="https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdfilter=subsurface&amp;fdid=org.subsurface">F-Droid</a>.
    22262236</p>
    22272237</li>
     
    22612271</td>
    22622272<td class="content">En <em>Subsurface</em> el DIVERID también debe marcarse en el panel Preferencias, al
    2263 que se llega seleccionando Archivo→Preferencias→Predeterminadas desde el menú
     2273que se llega seleccionando <em>Archivo→Preferencias→General</em> desde el menú
    22642274principal en el propio <em>Subsurface</em>.
    22652275Esto facilitará la sincronización entre <em>Subsurface</em> y la app Companion.</td>
     
    29342944</div>
    29352945<div class="sect3">
    2936 <h4 id="S_sSCR_dives">5.6.3. Inmersiones con rebreather de circuito semi cerrado (SCR)</h4>
     2946<h4 id="S_sSCR_dives">5.6.3. Inmersiones con rebreather pasivo de circuito semi cerrado (pSCR)</h4>
    29372947<div class="admonitionblock">
    29382948<table><tr>
     
    29442954de carbono del gas exhalado. Al tiempo que una pequeña cantidad del gas exhalado
    29452955(habitualmente una décima parte) se libera en el agua, una  pequeña cantidad de
    2946 gas de la botella se introduce en el circuito (habitualmente nitrox). Un buzo
     2956gas de la botella se introduce en el circuito. Un buzo
    29472957usando una sola botella de gas puede, pues, bucear durante periodos de tiempo
    29482958mucho mayores que utilizando una configuración recreativa de circuito abierto.
     
    30503060individuales puede mostrarse. La presentación en pantalla de información CCR
    30513061adicional se activa seleccionando las opciones adecuadas en el panel <em>Preferencias</em>
    3052 (accesible seleccionando <a href="#S_CCR_options"><em>Archivo &#8594;  Preferencias &#8594;  Gráfico</em></a>).
     3062(accesible seleccionando <a href="#S_CCR_options"><em>Archivo &#8594;  Preferencias &#8594; Perfil</em></a>).
    30533063Esta parte del panel <em>Preferencias</em>, mostrada en la siguiente imagen,  se
    30543064presenta como dos casillas seleccionables que modifican la presentación de la
     
    30693079<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    30703080<div class="content">
    3071 <img src="images/CCR_setpoint_f20.jpg" alt="FIGURA: Gráfico de pO2 y setpoint del CCR" />
     3081<img src="images/CCR_setpoint_f20.jpg" alt="FIGURA: Gráfico de pO~2~ y setpoint del CCR" />
    30723082</div>
    30733083</div>
     
    31343144<div class="paragraph"><p>El color por defecto del techo de deco generado por el ordenador es blanco. Sin
    31353145embargo, puede ajustarse a rojo seleccionando la correspondiente casilla en
    3136 <em>Archivo &#8594; Preferencias &#8594; Gráfico</em>. A continuación se muestra un perfil
     3146<em>Archivo &#8594; Preferencias &#8594; Perfil</em>. A continuación se muestra un perfil
    31373147mostrando el techo deco generado por el ordenador de buceo:</p></div>
    31383148<div class="imageblock">
     
    32773287<div class="paragraph"><p>La caja de información proporciona una gran cantidad de datos sobre el perfil
    32783288de la inmersión. Normalmante, la caja de información se localiza en la esquina
    3279 superior izquierda del panel del perfil. Si el ratón apunta fuera del panel
    3280 del perfil, solo se mostrará la linea superior de la caja (ver la parte
    3281 izquierda de la figura <strong>A</strong> a continuación). La caja de información puede
     3289superior izquierda del panel del perfil. La caja de información puede
    32823290desplazarse por el panel del Perfil de la inmersión, seleccionandolo y
    32833291arrastrandolo con el ratón, de forma que no cubra alguna información
     
    33193327Para el aire (21% de oxigeno) está alrededor de 57 metros si especificamos una
    33203328pO<sub>2</sub> máxima de 1.4 en la sección <strong>Preferencias</strong> (seleccionar <em>Archivo</em> &#8594;
    3321 <em>Preferencias</em> &#8594; <em>Grafico</em> y editar la casilla de texto <em>pO<sub>2</sub> al calcular la
    3322 POM</em>). Por debajo de la POM se incrementa mucho el riesgo por
     3329<em>Preferencias</em> &#8594; <em>Perfil</em> y editar la casilla de texto <em>pO<sub>2</sub> al calcular la
     3330PMO</em>). Por debajo de la POM se incrementa mucho el riesgo por
    33233331exposición a los peligros de la toxicidad del oxígeno.</td>
    33243332</tr></table>
     
    34263434buceador en el punto concreto del <strong>Perfil de Inmersión</strong>. El factor de gradiente
    34273435mostrado es una interpolación entre los valores de GFbajo y GFalto especificados
    3428 en la pestaña <em>Gráfico</em> del panel <strong>Preferencias</strong> de <em>Subsurface</em>.
     3436en la pestaña <em>Perfil</em> del panel <strong>Preferencias</strong> de <em>Subsurface</em>.
    34293437</p>
    34303438</li>
     
    39964004</div>
    39974005<div class="sect3">
    3998 <h4 id="_colapsar_o_expandir_informacion_de_diferentes_viajes">7.3.3. Colapsar o expandir información de diferentes viajes</h4>
    3999 <div class="paragraph"><p>Tras seleccionar un viaje concreto de la lista, el menú contextual resultante
    4000 ofrece varias posibilidades de expandir o contraer buceos incluidos en viajes.
    4001 Entre ellas expandir todos los viajes y contraer todos los viajes.</p></div>
    4002 </div>
    4003 <div class="sect3">
    4004 <h4 id="_mezclar_inmersiones_de_mas_de_un_viaje_en_uno_solo">7.3.4. Mezclar inmersiones de más de un viaje en uno solo</h4>
     4006<h4 id="_mezclar_inmersiones_de_mas_de_un_viaje_en_uno_solo">7.3.3. Mezclar inmersiones de más de un viaje en uno solo</h4>
    40054007<div class="paragraph"><p>Tras seleccionar el título de un viaje del panel <strong>Lista de Inmersiones</strong>, el
    40064008menú permite mezclar viajes con el viaje de abajo o con el de arriba.</p></div>
    40074009</div>
    40084010<div class="sect3">
    4009 <h4 id="_separar_un_viaje_en_mas_de_uno">7.3.5. Separar un viaje en más de uno</h4>
     4011<h4 id="_separar_un_viaje_en_mas_de_uno">7.3.4. Separar un viaje en más de uno</h4>
    40104012<div class="paragraph"><p>Si un viaje incluye diez inmersiones, el usuario puede separar el viaje en dos
    40114013(viaje 1: cuatro inmersiones de arriba; viaje 2: seis inmersiones de abajo)
     
    42424244<em>Divelogs.de</em>, un registro de inmersiones basado en internet. Para enviar
    42434245  buceos a <em>Divelogs.de</em>, se necesita un usuario y una password de <em>Divelogs.de</em>.
    4244   Hay que registrarse en <em>htttp://es.divelogs.de</em> y suscribir el servicio para
     4246  Hay que registrarse en <em>http://es.divelogs.de</em> y suscribir el servicio para
    42454247  poder enviar datos de inmersiones desde <em>Subsurface</em>.
    42464248</p>
     
    44904492copia en el servidor <em>Dropbox</em> en la <em>nube</em> se actualizará automáticamente al
    44914493volvernos a conectar a internet.</p></div>
    4492 <div class="paragraph"><p>Actualmente el servicio no tiene ningún coste. Dropbox (Windows, Mac y Linux)
    4493 se puede instalar accediendo a la <a href="http://www.dropbox.com/install"><em>página de instalación</em></a>
    4494 <em>de Dropbox</em>.</p></div>
    4495 <div class="paragraph"><p>Como alternativa, se puede utilizar <em>Dropbox</em> como mecanismo para mantener una
    4496 copia de seguridad del diario.</p></div>
    4497 <div class="paragraph"><p>Para guardar un diario en <em>Dropbox</em>, selecciona <em>Archivo&#8594; Guardar como</em> desde
    4498 menú principal de <em>Subsurface</em>, navega a la carpeta Dropbox y selecciona el
    4499 botón <em>Guardar</em>.  Para usar el diario en <em>Dropbox</em>, selecciona <em>Archivo&#8594;Abrir
    4500 registro</em> desde el menú principal de <em>Subsurface</em>, navega al archivo en la
    4501 carpeta Dropbox y selecciona el botón <em>Abrir</em>.</p></div>
    4502 <div class="paragraph"><p>Existen varios servicios de pago en Internet (Google, Amazon &#8230;) con los que
    4503 se puede seguir el mismo proceso para tener los diarios de buceo almacenados en
    4504 la nube.</p></div>
    45054494</div>
    45064495</div>
     
    47154704<div class="sectionbody">
    47164705<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface</em> permite configurar algunos ordenadores de buceo. En estos momentos,
    4717 los Heinrichs-Weikamp OSTC2 y OSTC3 y los Suunto de la familia Vyper (Stinger,
    4718 Mosquito, D3, Vyper, Vytec, Cobra, Gekko y Zoop).  Se pueden leer y modificar un
    4719 gran número de ajustes. En primer lugar hay que asegurarse de tener instalado el
    4720 driver adecuado para el ordenador de buceo y de conocer el nombre de dispositivo
    4721 asignado al ordenador por el sistema operativo.
     4706los Heinrichs-Weikamp (OSTC 2/2N/2C, Sport y OSTC3) y los Suunto de la familia
     4707Vyper (Stinger, Mosquito, D3, Vyper, Vytec, Cobra, Gekko y Zoop).  Se pueden
     4708leer y modificar un gran número de ajustes. En primer lugar hay que asegurarse
     4709de tener instalado el driver adecuado para el ordenador de buceo y de conocer
     4710el nombre de dispositivo asignado al ordenador por el sistema operativo.
    47224711Ver el <a href="#_apendice_a_informacion_especifica_del_sistema_operativo_para_importar_inmersiones_desde_un_ordenador_de_buceo">APÉNDICE A</a>
    47234712para información sobre como hacerlo.</p></div>
     
    47744763<div class="paragraph"><p>Hay varios ajustes en <em>Subsurface</em> que el usuario puede especificar. Se
    47754764encuentran a través de <em>Archivo → Preferencias</em>. Los ajustes se efectúan en
    4776 seis grupos: <strong>Predeterminados</strong>, <strong>Unidades</strong>, <strong>Gráfico</strong> , <strong>Lenguaje</strong>, <strong>Red</strong>,
     4765seis grupos: <strong>Predeterminados</strong>, <strong>Unidades</strong>, <strong>Perfil</strong> , <strong>Lenguaje</strong>, <strong>Red</strong>,
    47774766y <strong>Georeferencia</strong>. Las
    47784767siete secciones funcionan con los mismos principios: el usuario debe especificar
     
    47824771<em>Cancelar</em>.</p></div>
    47834772<div class="sect2">
    4784 <h3 id="_predeterminados">13.1. Predeterminados</h3>
    4785 <div class="paragraph"><p>Hay varios ajustes en el panel <strong>Predeterminados</strong>:</p></div>
    4786 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    4787 <div class="content">
    4788 <img src="images/Pref1_f23.jpg" alt="FIGURA: Pantalla de Predeterminados en Preferencias" />
     4773<h3 id="_general">13.1. General</h3>
     4774<div class="paragraph"><p>Hay varios ajustes en el panel <strong>General</strong>:</p></div>
     4775<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     4776<div class="content">
     4777<img src="images/Pref1_f23.jpg" alt="FIGURA: Pantalla de General en Preferencias" />
    47894778</div>
    47904779</div>
     
    48924881</div>
    48934882<div class="sect2">
    4894 <h3 id="_grafico">13.3. Gráfico</h3>
     4883<h3 id="_perfil">13.3. Perfil</h3>
    48954884<div class="imageblock" id="S_CCR_options" style="text-align:center;">
    48964885<div class="content">
     
    49344923<li>
    49354924<p>
    4936 <em>Set point por defecto en el Planificador</em>: Especifica el setpoint de O<sub>2</sub>
     4925<em>Setpoint por defecto en el Planificador</em>: Especifica el setpoint de O<sub>2</sub>
    49374926    de una planificación con CCR. Este dertermina la pO<sub>2</sub> a mantener durante el
    49384927    buceo. Se pueden añadir cambios a lo largo de la inmersión desde el menú
     
    50855074internet.</p></div>
    50865075<div class="paragraph"><p>Esto es importante cuando <em>Subsurface</em> tiene que comunicarse con servicios como
    5087 el <a href="#S_Companion">servicio web de <em>Subsurface</em></a> o importar/exportar datos de
    5088 <em>Divelogs.de</em>. El acceso a internet viene determinado por el tipo de conexión y
    5089 por el proveedor de acceso (ISP) utilizado. El ISP debería proporcionar la
    5090 información necesaria.</p></div>
     5076el <a href="#S_Companion">servicio web de <em>Subsurface</em></a>, importar/exportar datos de
     5077<em>Divelogs.de</em> o cuando quieres comunicarte a través de un proxy.</p></div>
    50915078<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    50925079<div class="content">
     
    50985085<li>
    50995086<p>
    5100 <em>Tipo de proxy</em>:
     5087<em>Proxy</em>:
    51015088   Si se utiliza un servidor proxy para acceder a internet, el tipo de proxy se
    51025089   selecciona del desplegable, tras
     
    51655152accesible desde <em>Registro &#8594; Planificar Inmersión</em> en el menú principal. Permite
    51665153calcular la carga de gases inertes durante una inmersión utilizando el algoritmo
    5167 Bühlmann ZHL16 con factores de gradiente tal y como lo implementó Erik Baker.</p></div>
     5154Bühlmann ZHL16 con factores de gradiente tal y como lo implementó Erik Baker,
     5155o utilizando el modelo VPM-B.</p></div>
    51685156<div class="sidebarblock">
    51695157<div class="content">
     
    52805268  Esto se hace de forma similar a <a href="#cylinder_definitions">como se rellena la información   de botellas en un diario</a>. Se elige el tipo de botella de la lista desplegable
    52815269  y se especifica la presión de trabajo de la botella. Si dejamos en blanco la
    5282   concentración de oxígeno (O2%) se asume que el gas que contiene es aire. En otro
     5270  concentración de oxígeno (O<sub>2</sub>%) se asume que el gas que contiene es aire. En otro
    52835271  caso, se introducen las concentraciones de oxígeno y/o helio en las casillas del
    52845272  diálogo. Si es necesario , se añaden botellas utilizando el icono "+" de arriba
     
    52965284Cambio deco a: La profundidad de cambio para gases deco. A menos que las
    52975285    cambie el usuario, se calcularan automáticamente en base a la preferencia de
    5298     pO para la deco (por defecto 1.6 bar).
     5286    pO<sub>2</sub> para la deco (por defecto 1.6 bar).
    52995287</p>
    53005288</li>
     
    53025290<p>
    53035291PMO Fondo: La profundidad máxima opertiv del gas, si se utiliza como gas
    5304     de fondo. Calculada automáticamente en base la preferencia de pO (por
    5305     defecto 1.4 bar). Editar este campo modificará el O% de acuerdo con la
    5306     profundidad marcada. Ajustalo a <em>'*</em>' para calcular el mejor O% para la
     5292    de fondo. Calculada automáticamente en base la preferencia de pO<sub>2</sub> (por
     5293    defecto 1.4 bar). Editar este campo modificará el O<sub>2</sub>% de acuerdo con la
     5294    profundidad marcada. Ajustalo a <em>'*</em>' para calcular el mejor O<sub>2</sub>% para la
    53075295    profundidad máxima del buceo.
    53085296</p>
     
    53385326   La primera línea de la tabla representa la duración y profundidad final
    53395327   de un descenso desde superficie. Los segmentos siguientes describirán la
    5340    fase de fondo de la inmersión. La columna <em>CC set point</em> solo es relevante
     5328   fase de fondo de la inmersión. La columna <em>CC setpoint</em> solo es relevante
    53415329   para para buceadores en circuito cerrado.
    53425330   El ascenso, normalmente, no se especifica, ya que esto es lo que se supone
     
    54605448<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    54615449<div class="content">
    5462 <img src="images/rec_diveplan.jpg" alt="FIGURE: A recreational dive plan: setup" />
     5450<img src="images/Planner_OC_rec.jpg" alt="FIGURE: A recreational dive plan: setup" />
    54635451</div>
    54645452</div>
     
    55235511Los valores más comunes son 1.4 bar para el fondo de la inmersión y 1.6 bar
    55245512para las paradas de descompresión. Habitualmente no se excede una presión
    5525 parcial de 1.6 bar de O2. Los ajustes de pO2 y la profundidad a la que cambiar
     5513parcial de 1.6 bar de O<sub>2</sub>. La profundidad a la que cambiar
    55265514de gases también pueden editarse en el diálogo <em>Gases disponibles</em>. Normalmente
    55275515el planificador decide el cambio a otro gas cuando, durante el ascenso, la
     
    55445532apropiada para atender circunstancias imprevistas. En el caso del buceo técnico,
    55455533esta reserva puede ser, fácilmente, del 66% del gas disponible.</p></div>
     5534<div class="paragraph"><p>Además de calcular el consumo total de gas de cada botella, el planificador
     5535proporciona una forma de calcular la cantidad recomendada de gas de fondo que
     5536se necesitaría para un ascenso seguro hasta el primer cambio a un gas de deco
     5537o hasta la superficie. A este procedimiento se le llama "gas mínimo" o "rock
     5538bottom" y se utiliza por algunas (no todas) las organizaciones de buceo
     5539técnico. El cálculo asume que, en el peor caso, se puede producir una
     5540situación de perdida de gas (OoG del inglés "out of gas") al final del tiempo
     5541de fondo planeado y a la máxima profundidad. Este evento OoG obliga al equipo
     5542de compañeros a compartir el gas de uno de ellos y a permanecer a máxima
     5543profundidad un tiempo adicional de n minutos (opción en preferencias "Tiempo
     5544de resolución de problema").
     5545En el mismo momento, el CAS combinado de ambos buceadores se incrementa por un
     5546factor estimado (opción en preferencias "Factor CAS") en comparación con el
     5547CAS de un sólo buceador en condiciones normales.
     5548El resultado del cálculo de gas mínimo de fondo se imprime en la salida del
     5549planificador como una información adicional. No se efectúan chequeos
     5550automáticos basados en este resultado
     5551Por favor, date cuenta de que esta funcionalidad sólo proporciona resultados
     5552válidos para inmersiones simples de perfil rectangular. Para inmersiones multi
     5553nivel, se deberían comprobar cada tramo del perfil independientemente.</p></div>
    55465554<div class="paragraph"><p>Ahora, por fin, se puede empezar la planificación detallada de tiempos y
    55475555profundidades. <em>Subsurface</em> ofrece una interfaz gráfica única para llevar a cabo
     
    55725580reflejar las botellas y composiciones de gas definidas en la table <em>Gases
    55735581disponibles</em>. Si se usan dos o más gases, se sugerirán automáticamente cambios
    5574 de gas durante la fase de ascenso a superficie. Sin embargo, estos cambios
    5575 pueden borrarse haciendo clic-derecho en el cambio de gas, o pueden crearse
    5576 manualmente de la misma forma, haciendo clic-derecho en el punto de paso
    5577 adecuado.</p></div>
    5578 <div class="paragraph"><p>A continuación hay un ejemplo de planificación de inmersión a 45m usando EAN26,
    5579 seguido de un ascenso usando EAN50:</p></div>
    5580 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    5581 <div class="content">
    5582 <img src="images/DivePlanner2_f20.jpg" alt="FIGURA: Planificar una inmersión: construcción" />
     5582de gas durante la fase de ascenso a superficie
     5583.
     5584A continuación hay un ejemplo de planificación de inmersión a 45m usando
     5585Tx21/35, seguido de un ascenso usando EAN50 y oxígeno y utilizando los ajustes
     5586descritos anteriormente:</p></div>
     5587<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     5588<div class="content">
     5589<img src="images/Planner_OC_deco_VPM.jpg" alt="FIGURA: Planificar una inmersión: construcción" />
    55835590</div>
    55845591</div>
     
    56075614desplegable.
    56085615Los parámetros para la inmersción con pSCR se pueden ajustar seleccionando
    5609 <em>Archivo &#8594; Preferencias &#8594; Gráfico</em> desde el menú principal, donde el cálculo
     5616<em>Archivo &#8594; Preferencias &#8594; Perfil</em> desde el menú principal, donde el cálculo
    56105617de consumo de gas tiene en cuenta el ratio de vertido (por defecto 1:10) así
    56115618como el ratio de metabolismo. El cálculo también tiene en cuenta la pérdida
    56125619de oxígeno por la boquilla del rebreather. Si la pO<sub>2</sub> cae por debajo de lo que
    56135620se considera un valor seguro, aparecerá un aviso en los <em>Detalles del plan de
    5614 buceo</em>.  Una configuración típica con pSCR es con una sola botella y una o más
    5615 botellas de emergencia. Así pues, el ajuste de las tablas de <em>Gases disponibles</em>
     5621buceo</em>.  Una configuración típica con pSCR es muy similar a la de un buceo en
     5622circuito abierto; una o más botellas, posiblemente con diferentes gases de
     5623fondo y deco, incluyendo cambios de gas durante la inmersión, como en circuito
     5624abierto. Así pues, el ajuste de las tablas de <em>Gases disponibles</em>
    56165625y <em>Puntos del planificador</em> son muy similares a las de un plan con CCR, como se
    56175626ha descrito anteriormente. Sin embargo, no se especifican setpoints de oxígeno
     
    56355644botella de oxígeno, ya que está implícita al haber seleccionado <em>CCR</em>.</p></div>
    56365645<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Introducir setpoints</strong>: Especifica un setpoint por defecto en la pestaña de
    5637 Preferencias seleccionando <em>Archivo &#8594; Preferencias &#8594; Gráfico</em> desde el menú
     5646Preferencias seleccionando <em>Archivo &#8594; Preferencias &#8594; Perfil</em> desde el menú
    56385647principal. Todos los segmentos introducidos por el usuario en los <em>Puntos del
    56395648planificador</em> utilizan el valor del setpoint por defecto. Luego se pueden
     
    56885697plan de buceo</em> para incluirlos en un archivo de texto o un procesador de
    56895698textos.</p></div>
    5690 <div class="paragraph"><p>Los planes de inmersión tienen muchas características en común con los registros
    5691 de buceo (perfil, notas, etc). Después de haber guardado un plan, los detalles y
    5692 los cálculos de gas quedan almacenados en la pestaña <strong>Notas</strong>.
    5693 Mientras se está diseñando un plan, se puede imprimir utilizando el botón
    5694 <em>Imprimir</em> del planificador. Esto imprimirá los detalles y cálculos de gases del
    5695 panel <em>Detalles del plan de inmersión</em> del planificador. Sin embargo, tras haber
    5696 sido guardado, aparece de una forma muy similar a una anotación en el diario y
    5697 no se puede acceder a los cálculos de gas de la misma forma que durante el proceso
    5698 de planificación. En esta situación, la única manera de imprimir el plan es usar
    5699 <em>Archivo &#8594; Imprimir</em> en el menú principal, igual que haríamos para imprimir un
    5700 registro de inmersión.</p></div>
     5699<div class="paragraph"><p>Sin embargo, tras haber sido guardado, aparece de una forma muy similar a una
     5700anotación en el diario y no se puede acceder a los cálculos de gas de la misma
     5701forma que durante el proceso de planificación. En esta situación, la única
     5702manera de imprimir el plan es usar <em>Archivo &#8594; Imprimir</em> en el menú principal,
     5703igual que haríamos para imprimir un registro de inmersión.</p></div>
    57015704</div>
    57025705<div class="sect2">
     
    58085811<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">Crea una consola dedicada en caso necesario (solo Windows). Indica esta opción antes que ninguna otra</p></td>
    58095812</tr>
     5813<tr>
     5814<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">--win32log</p></td>
     5815<td align="left" valign="top"><p class="table">Escribe la salida del programa a subsurface.log (solo Windows). Indica esta opción antes que ninguna otra</p></td>
     5816</tr>
    58105817</tbody>
    58115818</table>
     
    66186625Nota: El xDEEP BLACK guarda el LND pero no parece guardar factores de gradiente
    66196626ni información sobre deco, por lo que <em>Subsurface</em> no puede mostralos. Ajusta
    6620 los factores de gradiente en <em>Gráfico</em> en las <em>Preferencias</em> para generar una
     6627los factores de gradiente en <em>Perfil</em> en las <em>Preferencias</em> para generar una
    66216628capa de deco en el <strong>Perfil deinmersión</strong> de <em>Subsurface</em> pero fíjate que la
    66226629deco calculada por <em>Subsurface</em> diferirá con toda probabilidad de la que
     
    71847191En Windows 7, clicar la pestaña <em>Formatos</em> y luego <em>Personalizar este
    71857192     formato</em>
    7186 </p>
    7187 </li>
    7188 <li>
    7189 <p>
    7190 En Windows XP, clicar la pestaña <em>Opciones de región</em> y luego <em>Personalizar</em>.
    71917193</p>
    71927194</li>
     
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