We’ve just upgraded to the latest version of DD on iPad and have begun experiencing issues with our ability to continue flights when the area requires battery swaps. On landing after using a full battery, replacing with a new one and hitting “continue” in DD we’re finding that the expected dashed line which denotes the portion of the flight plan which has already been flown doesn’t show the area that we just flew. If we were to hit “continue” we’d end up flying the same portion again.
From memory this has only happened on the third flight of a larger area (i.e. switching between battery 2 and 3) and has happened when we’ve just removed and replaced the battery (keeping both DD and the controller powered up) and when we’ve landed and switched off the drone, controller and exited DD.
Currently we’re working around this by re-drawing the area to only cover the section of the flight plan which we’ve yet to fly. However, resizing the area of interest also appears to affect the start point at which DD “thinks” it should be continuing the rest of the flight. Tricky to explain but if DD “thinks” it should be resuming the flight halfway across an area (i.e. half has already been flown), if I resize the area of interest by 50% DD re-calibrates the “continue” point to be halfway across this newly resized area rather than the bottom corner of the newly sized area.
It tough to explain this behavior in writing but long story short we end up redrawing a completely new plan and try to guess where we should be setting our new start point (which should be the proper continue point).
Has anyone experienced similar?