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Best Diving log app/ program.

Discussion in 'Apps, Book and Media Reviews' started by CUMBIAMAN, Jun 1, 2018.

  1. Brian Huff

    Brian Huff Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: North Carolina
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    Divinglog, I purchased Diving Log 6 this evening, such a great product, many thanks for developing it.

    My setup is:
    Oceanic Pro Plus 2
    iOS Diving Log from More Mobile Software
    Diving Log 6

    My PDC is in the shop with my regs getting serviced, so forgive me if I'm asking a question that becomes apparent on first use, but how does the data between iOS and my Dive Computer get combined when both are sync'd in DL6? Will it create two records (1 from Dive Log and 1 from the Dive Computer) or do they get combined?

    Thanks again

    ****UPDATE****
    Found your forums and got my answer, looks like using the Merge Profile function you can combine two dives into one. two dives to one - Diving Log - Supportforum
     
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  2. divinglog

    divinglog Dive Equipment Manufacturer

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    Hi Brian

    Thank you very much! The "Merge Profile" function is not used for this purpose, it is to combine two dives when you've surfaced too long. To combine the data from iOS with the data from the dive computer, first sync from iOS to the PC, then download the dive computer and select "Update existing dives".

    Kind regards,
    Sven

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  3. Brian Huff

    Brian Huff Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: North Carolina
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    Ah, that's even better, thank you.
     
  4. RVBldr

    RVBldr PADI Pro

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Redmond, WA
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    This was a great feature for instructors that tend to hit the surface with students on training dives.
     
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  5. Subcooled

    Subcooled Assistant Instructor

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Finland
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    I am using both Divinglog 6 and subsurface.

    Divinglog has tags/keywords for classification of dives and is flexible. It does it all.

    Subsurface has a lovely decompression stress heat map and runs on Linux.

    I would recommend them both.
     
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  6. Keith Waugh

    Keith Waugh Angel Fish

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    Location: Glasgow
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    DivingLog6, though not free, does everything.
     
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