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Question:Calibration of spectra fails

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Paul_P asked on November 29, 2016 08:57
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What I want to do or know

I am trying to calibrate my first CFL spectrum taken with the public labs smartphone spectrometer. The save fails with a permanent spinning wheel on the save button and a "Tag you've applied couldn't be saved" warning. See the attached screenshot and link to the spectra.

Background story

I am using a MacOS Sierra v10.12 and Google Chrome Version 54.0.2840.98 (64-bit). The same issue occurs if I use Safari.

I would be really grateful for some help on what I am doing wrong.

Thanks in advance




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4 Answers

Hi, this looks like a bug -- I've opened a new bug report here:

I saw an error while forking it, and -- I think it's related to the issue you're seeing.

It's odd - i think there's another bug causing this, but although I saw the same error message as you when I calibrated the fork I made, when I reloaded that page, it had in fact saved:

For the time being you can use that as a calibration source!

Same happend to me and when reloaded, both messages (the need of calibration and the "Tag you've applied couldn't be saved") dissapeared and looks like It's saved

I've the same problem as described above by Paul. Running in Firefox browser and unable to calibrate a spectrograph.

Regards, and thanks in advance, Javi.

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